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I was unsure at first since I love Chile Rellenos, but this recipe was delicious. I added HOT green chilies and salsa. And O doubled the cheese and corn torillas for more texture. This was a great treat. I also made Simple Tex-Mex Rice to go along with it. They were wonderful together! They are even better the next day for leftover lunch. Thanks for posting!

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Berdie January 16, 2008

Mexican comfort food! This was so yummy! Meatless main dishes aren't popular in my house, and wouldn't you know it, DH heated up the last of our left over ham to go with it for himself and our 2 sons. But all 4 of us enjoyed it. I only had 5 ounces of evaporated milk, so I used 3 ounces of regular skim milk. We chose not to top it with the sour cream. This should have been 6 servings...the 4 of use devoured it in one meal. Thanks for posting a lower fat version that we all enjoyed!

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ColCadsMom October 26, 2007

I'm a semivegetarian and I love mexican food...There's not much besides beans and rice for me. But this is SOOOO Good! I add some tabasco or red pepper sauce after it's ready because I like mine spicy. So GOOD! Thanks Sarafish!

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horsewoman2003 October 19, 2007

Since this was 6 servings - I cooked it in my large Muffin Tin - made 6 easy to serve Chili Rellenos. and Instead of Sour Cream topped them with Yogurt Cheese.

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lesliecoy September 27, 2007

Followed this recipe exactly, and it came out GREAT!!! Definitely making again. Thank you so much for sharing!

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megs_ March 15, 2007

This came out OK, wouldn't make again without significantly altering the recipe--essentially to 'not lower in fat....casserole'! The cheese flavor wasn't strong enough and it came out a bit dry, oh well. Still very edible though. Glad I tried it!

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Codychop March 14, 2007

This is delicious!! Never thought of putting tortillas into a chilli rellano casserole type dish. Turned out wonderful!! Changed a couple of things to accomodate what I had on hand flour tortillas, regular milk and a combo of jack and cheddar cheese. I also saved the salsa and put it on top the last 10 minutes. I will be making this again and I'm thinking that it would go over really well as a pot luck dish. Thank you for posting this easy and delicious meal. :)Shirley(:

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:)Shirl(: October 21, 2006

This will be made again and often. I used regular cheese, as I don't care for low fat cheese, but did use fat free evaporated milk, 1/2 cup egg sub and 1 real egg, and omitted the tortillas as I did not have them. Used homemade salsa and really enjoyed the dish. Was also very good as leftovers. Thanks for sharing.

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DogAndCatDoc October 19, 2006

Very nice, indeed. The only thing changed i made was substitute fat-free greek yogurt for the sour cream. Have to watch the calories, you know.

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Shakthi August 11, 2005

SaraFish, this makes a very nice substitute casserole for the John Wayne version. I have made this twice now, and we have enjoyed it both times. The only substitution I made was to add frozen New Mexican chilies instead of the canned ones. I only wish that the nutritional facts were current. Thanks for sharing this lovely recipe.

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Miss Annie May 19, 2005
Lower Fat Chiles (Chiles) Rellenos Casserole