This was as icky-looking & good tasting as you said! The recipe didn't specify pan type, except 2 qt. casserole, so I used a deep one, but next time would use a flat pan. The tortillas got too thick. Excellent! By the way, I'm from ND & we HAVE ranch beans AND Rotel up here!
I know I've already added a comment, but this had to be added. I sent what was left over to work with my husband and the people he worked with all wanted the recipe for this dish, that's how good it smelled. Thank you!
My wife makes a dish just like this, but with chicken. It is very tasty, but one thing I recommended next time was to be sure to put a top layer of sauce, we had the tortilla on top and they came out very crunchy.
This was a great casserole and plenty of flavor I will be using this as a normal menu item. Thanks Next time I might add corn for a little crunch.
Quick and simple and a nice change from the usual. I heated everything before mixing and baked at 400 for 30 mins. This is very easy to customize to your own tastes and I thought it was very good.
This was a hugh success. Even "finicky wife" liked it! I used 'healthy' soup to cut down on the MSG and put some onions in while browning the meat. And we have Ro-tel AND Ranch beans in Nor Cal.
I can see how young ones would love this but it wasn't a hit at our house where their aren't any young ones. When I asked Dan what he thought, his response was "its a casserole." My problem with the recipe starts with "one package of flour tortillas" What size tortillas? What size package? Apparently mine was too big because I had entirely TOO much tortilla. The flavor was okay. I used chipotle cheddar cheese so it had a little kick but the leftovers are still sitting in the icebox. No one wants them. Sorry.