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Delish! My family loved it! We used flour shells and diced tomatoes with chilis in them so it wouldn't be too much heat for the kiddos and it went over like mad! I would suggest letting this dish set in the oven turned over so you aren't scooping out mush...though it was yummy mush! :)

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FromKatesKitchen April 24, 2009

This is one of our all time favourite recipes. If I don't have cream of chicken soup on hand I've thrown in cream of mushroom and it tastes just as good. Thanks for this one. Excellent.

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saskie189 August 26, 2008

Made this last night for my husband , who is originally from the Southwest and always begging me to work more authentic tasting Mexican into our menu. He loved it! A little messy to serve but definitely yummy. I'm sure I'll be making it again soon.

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DocMiller April 03, 2008

This recipie is fabulous! I've already made it three times in the past 3 weeks! The only change I make is substituting chicken (boiled for 10 minutes and chopped into bites sized pieces) for the beef. Once the chicken is prepared, then I mix the can of tomatoes (undrained), chilies, and chicken taco seasoning. I omit the tomato sauce. I've made this with both corn and flour tortillas, both are so yummy- enjoy!

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Erin Yves E. August 17, 2005

This was easy and a good way to use up some leftover corn tortillas. I used cream of mushroom soup instead of cream of chicken. My family liked Chiliquilles (Chiliquilles) a little better than this recipe. Thanks anyway!

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AmyMCGS May 29, 2005

The first time I made this meal I wasnt sure how my husband would like it, but since he ended up eating almost the whole casserole by himself I think its safe to say that he loved it. This recipe is to die for and is super easy and delicious!!!! It is surely being added to my recipe book!

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NicoleTeresse May 05, 2005

Very good. Really easy. Kids liked it. I went a little crazy on the cheese. And I didn't like the taste of the cream of chicken soup with the hamburger meat (but that's just me)...I will try nacho cheese soup next time. There will definately be a next time! Also, I used the "HOT" Rotel and omitted the can of green chilies.

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NoCook January 05, 2004

Very tasty Enchie's, K...We added "hot" at the table...Just real good...I like how easy it is to fix, with ingredients I usually have around the house...Served with warm flour torts, sour cream, and a little "hot" sauce!! YUM! Thanks for posting...We'll be doing this one again!

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Laudee December 17, 2003

Not only is this a tasty dish but it is so easy to make. I used about 1 1/2 lbs of hamburger and used diced tomatoes and mild chilies as I don't like things too hot. It was perfect for us and I have made a copy of it to put in my "keeper" notebook. Thank you, Peppermintkitty, for ANOTHER great recipe.

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Merlot June 14, 2003

This was an easy and delicious weeknite meal. Since I only had about 1/2 pound of hamburger, I added a can of chili beans to "round out" the filling. Otherwise, I didn't change a thing. Also, I was able to assemble the whole thing ahead of time, then refrigerated for a couple hourse, ready to pop in the oven when needed. Just the two of us eating, so leftovers make a great lunch next day. Thanks, P.K. (I added your Siesta Roast to my cookbook, too!)!

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KeyWee June 04, 2003
Easy Beef Enchilada