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Quick, easy and inexpensive! Just add a salad and some mexican style corn and you have a fab meal in less than an hour!
My family liked this better than I did. I followed the directions but I used cheese ravioli, hot enchilada sauce and medium salsa. The reaction was mixed on the olives. I used a combination of monterey jack and colby cheese. This was easy to make and served about six.
My family really liked this. We halved the recipe and used spaghetti noodles instead of the ravioli. I've made it a few times and it has always been quick, easy, and tasty.
I was expecting to love this, but something was just off for me. It was alright, but not as great as I expected. Sorry! Thanks for posting though!
Doubled the ravioli to feed my clan. It's still came out fine. A little spicy because the hubby purchased Medium salsa instead of mild but Yummy! Thank you for sharing.
Too easy and too quick to taste as good as it does! Have you ever thought to yourself, "Why didn't I think of that?" Well, I had one of those moments. This was really delicious and simple to make!
Was in the mood for bit of OLE! This caught my eye and MADE MY DAY! Skipped olives, added jalepenos, TRUE! LOVE anything hot, spicy, SO quick and EASY to do!
We made these with cheese ravioli and left out the olives for the kids. We really enjoyed, but will try the recipe as written next time for added texture and flavor. Thanks.
Woo hoo, this was good! I served it for dinner last night and everyone ate every bit on their plates. I made it with cheese ravioli and I just mixed in the enchilada sauce and salsa in the pot with the drained pasta instead of heating it up (thereby saving myself a pan to clean). We had it with sour cream on top and mexicorn on the side. I ate the leftovers for lunch today (with the mexicorn mixed in) and I think it was even better for the flavors having time to sit and mix.
It was great! It was spicy but not so spicy that it over powered any flavor. Especially tasty with Texas toast.