This tastes good, but at 1,157 calories and 81 grams of fat per serving, I decided to cut back a bit. I only added two cups of cheese, and I am all in favor of having loads of cheese! But, 4 cups was way too much. I also decided to add a can of corn to round out the meal. Even with the changes, my husband said it was defintely a keeper.
This is definitely a gourmet taco casserole recipe! It was so delicious with sour cream and some guacamoles. Absolutely a keeper!
This was just wonderful, but I'm not surprised! I can always count on a recipe that you've posted! Thank-you so much!
This is delicious! I have done it twice now and leftovers get snatched up so quickly that each time I end up making more and more! The Fritos chips were a really nice crunch. My hubby added hot sauce to kick it up a notch. Everyone loves this recipe!
I recommend this to all of my family member and friends. It tastes great with sour cream and lettuce. I am a big fan of this recipe and it was soo cheap. We have this at least once a week. I am in love with it and know how to cook it and the ingredients by heart.
Who would not like this?! Great flavor, easy meal! I made as directed and the chips were not crunchy, but we still loved it! Served with more tortilla chips on the side, so I guess we made up for it. Oh, I did layer thawed home-frozen corn in the dish, which increases the nutrition and is delicious! (Also, you can easily decrease the cheese to save on fat.)
What I liked about this recipe is that it was very friendly to substitutions, and I was determined to make something that did not require me to go out and buy anything so I could use up the food I already have. I didn't have green chilis, but I did have green salsa (I have no idea if green salsa has green chilis in it, but I used some, and it gave the recipe a great taste. I left off the olives because my DH doesn't like them. I didn't have bell pepper, so left that out. I used a combo of taco sauce and salsa because I didn't have enough taco sauce. I substituted pepper jack for some of the cheddar because it is what I had on hand. The dish was still great. The chips on the bottom were still crunchy and I also liked it better than an actual taco. I served it with sour cream and it tasted great. Great recipe.
I replaced olives w/ black beans, threw diced avocado on for toppings, and served on a bed of lettuce. But truth be told, i was kind of disappointed by the recipe. Everybody else said it was just like tacos, but when my casserole came out of the oven... the shells/chips were all soggy. Is it suppose to be like that? I guess I was expecting for a contrast in texture, but all of it kind was just kind of just goopey. Did i do something wrong?
This was great! My 22 year old son had thirds and my 8 year old had seconds!! Easy to make. We topped it with shredded lettuce and sour cream and more taco sauce. Will definitely make again and again!
I will diffently fix this again. It was easy to fix and taste just like tacos. Thank you.