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Super good, super easy and super fast! I used frozen corn and used the empty bean can to measure the corn with. I also doubled everything and put it in the 9x13-inch pan and it came out piping hot. I told the family we'd eat the rest the first of the week. I almost had to bet them off so they'd not devour the whole casserole! HONEST!! Thanks Mark this is really a great recipe!
I made this for Sunday night small group and they loved it! I think this would be good as an enchilda casserole as well. I would use some of the mixture to put over the top and finish it off with the Mexican shredded cheese. Also, I used the Lime flavored tortilla's as my topping which I think added another layer of flavor to this dish. Thanks!
Made this for dinner tonight, exactly as the recipe said (except that I cooked the chicken in the crock pot while I was at work). It was excellent, great flavor, and oh so easy to make. Will definitely add this to my regular menu items.
Very good. I think some bell peppers would have been good in the mix. I didn't have mexican blend cheese, so I used what I had on hand, which was part-skim old cheese. Overall, this is a healthy dish that is low in calories. The possibilities for additions are endless. Thanks!
I followed the recipe exactly as written and it went together quickly and easily. My family enjoyed this very much. Thanks for sharing.
We just finished dinner and our whole family loved it. I have a 2yr. old and 8 yr. old. I served it with rice-yum, yum, yummy. We also have lots of left overs. I am going to roll some of this up in a flour tortilla for lunch tomorrow. Thanks!!
I'm scoring this high for the Simplicity and Ease.....and the Great Mexican flavor. I used groud beef as I needed a quick last minute meal. A prior comment was about the toughness of the topping, it could be the combo of the cheese and chips baking too long, so I reversed by placing 3/4 C cheese on top first and then sprinkling the remaining chips/cheese the last 10 minutes. This was a great recipe...DH went back for seconds.
I had a meeting after work so I left instructions for my son and husband to make this casserole for dinner. Simple enough for the most novice cook. Mild flavors and well seasoned. We all thought is was delish and I love coming home to dinner on the table. Thanks for posting.
My teenage son made this for dinner tonight. This dish was really tasty and very simple to make. The taco seasoning and green chiles provided the right amount of zip. The topping became slightly chewy after cooling for several minutes and had a nice texture. We all came back for second helpings. My son says that he wants to make this recipe again. Thanks Yooper for posting this family pleasing recipe!