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This is an easy recipe for a quick dinner! I did not use the corn salsa, since I did not have any in my cupboard. I subbed the salsa for Diced tomatoes with green chilies. For my sides: Corn bread and Jalapenos Poppers! Yum!
Very easy, quick, make-ahead meal. I, like someone else said, used taco seasoning in place of chili powder, and I use 1 cup salsa, 1 cup tomato sauce instead of 2 cups salsa....and I just use frozen corn as we don't care for canned.
Added chopped celery and onion to the ground beef. Used my home made salsa. Used frozen corn. Didn't add chilli powder nor cumin since my salsa is quite spicy. Added the cheese and stirred it in before baking. Very good.
This was good, but i had to change it. I couldn't bring myself to put two cups of salsa in it. So i did one cup salsa and one cup pizza sauce (had some leftover). It was very good, and the whole house ate it. From now on i'll use the salsa and some tomato sauce.
This was really easy to make. I used Jasmin rice instead of long grain. I added southwestern corn because that is what I had on hand. I also add taco seasoning instead of chili powder. Still tasted great. Served it with tortillas.
Good. I added a halapeno, and used brown rice that I make huge batches of and keep in the freezer. I also replaced the chili powder with taco seasoning. Good with a nice kick.
This recipe was okay. I made it according to the recipe, but added a can of black beans and ground cumin. My family thought the recipe was bland. This was lacking something, but I haven't figured out what. Possibly some cilantro would have added more flavor.
this was very good - i used ground chicken breast (because i didn't have the ground beef), but, i think i'd prefer the ground beef because it would spread more evenly in the casserole - i used a black bean/corn salsa...thinking of adding a can of black beans next time as well...this is definitely a keeper
This turned out great! I used brown rice, La Victoria brand salsa (half mild, half medium), and low fat cheese. I served it with corn tortillas and a dollop of low fat sour cream. YUM! Next time I make it I think I'll experiement by replacing the beef with some chorizo and smashed pinto or black beans, just for something different, and I'll add some chives and olives for zip. This is a very versatile recipe - it would probably taste great with chicken as well. Thanks - this will be put straight into my regular recipe rotation :) A note to make the leftovers yummier - use brown rice instead of white (I used the kind that steams in the bag in your microwave in about 5 minutes). It just seems to hold up better. I also threw a couple of heaping spoonfuls into a skillet, then mixed in two eggs and scrambled the whole thing for an aweseome breakfast this morning!
This was great - thanks, Pam-I-Am. I didn't have any Mexicorn so I microwaved some frozen corn with some chopped green, red, and banana pepper and onion. Otherwise, I followed the recipe and am very happy with the results. Very tasty dish. I think this is one my picky grandkids would even like.