Keeper! Since ground beef is running around $4# around here I've been subbing beans where I can. I did that here with excellent results. Sautee'd the onion, added the Refried Beans and seasoning. In a bowl I combined the sauce, soup and lots of extra chiles (we love them). Rather than layering I rolled like Burrito's and topped with sauce mixture and cheese. Baked for 25 minutes. Delicious! Thanks for sharing. ETA: I did not use the Taco Sauce. They were wet and creamy enough.
This was a fabulous dish. We really enjoyed it and the leftovers just kept tasting better and better! We didn't have any enchilada sauce so we substituted with salsa. We completely enjoyed it and I have been sharing the recipe with others! Definately a keeper.
Made this for company. Hubby and brother-in-law raved about it. Definitely a winner that I will come back to. A few notes: 1) The picture does not look like I put much cheese on it & I really didn't; I put some cheese but put a block of cheese with a cheese grater on the table for folks to put the amount of cheese they wanted; 2) same with cilantro, I shredded cilantro and put it in a bowl as a topper; 3) I also put sour cream out for folks to add the amount of sour cream they wanted. Sides were mexicorn & jalapeno refried beans. I put tortilla chips out but folks did not want them. Hubby requested next time I do one-side tortilla chips instead of flour tortillas so I'll try that next time.
My hubby gives it 5 stars - right up there with the orange chicken he likes so much! That right there is saying quite a lot. I myself am not wowed by mexican dishes, but this dish does pass the test for easiness. The only thing that I didn't like about this recipe was that the baking time wasn't listed. I baked mine at 375 degrees for 25 minutes and it turned out well. We made everything exactly as the recipe states and in addition to, I heated up the tortillas separately, stacked on a pizza sheet in the oven for a crispier taste. My husband complemented me on the perfectly spicy flavor (not too hot, not too mild). Will definitely be making again.
I made this for supper tonight. My husband said it was so good he could eat it for breakfast. Per other reviewers, I used 1 lb. of hamburger and 1 can of refried beans in the layers. I also added sliced jalapenos. It was spicy hot. Thanks for a super receipe Robin.
YUM! If you're craving Mexican, this will really hit the spot. Might be good with some beans, too. I didn't have enchilada sauce so I used Enchilada Sauce... it worked great. I also didn't have taco sauce so I used Taco Bell Taco Sauce - very good. I was also out of hamburger so I had to do away with our wonderful old cow, Besse ... Okay, now I'm lying. But I did do the sauces from scratch! Thanks for a great recipe we'll use again in the future.
I love it, easy, fast, cheap. I found that a whole package of tortillas was too much so I only use half. It's a once a week dish at my house
It was great. Husband and kids loved it.
Loved this! Only had about 1lb of hamburger defrosted so I added a can of black beans to the meat layers and it turned out fabulous. Great flavor and very easy to do.
This was a great recipe. So excited to make it again!