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very good. next time i'm doubling the beans (spinach was just a little too overwhelming), but, it is definitely a keeper. thanks for posting
Great! Only change I made was to use fresh baby spinach rather than frozen, and regular tomato sauce rather than reduced sodium. Very yummy! Thanks for sharing the recipe!
I love this - you have to be careful to make enough tomato sauce to cover the dish but it turns out splendidly and even my anti-veggie male family members love it.
this recipe was surprisingly pretty good. i did add a pound of x-lean ground beef with a 6 oz. package of mushrooms and a 16 oz. pack of spinach. insteda of making the sauce i used a large can of roarita enchilada sauce and then just layered the tortillas instead of rolling them. i always try to find the easiest way to make my meals. :) also i used reg extra sharp cheddar. i feel that with it being so good for you the whole fat cheese doesnt hurt too much. also, you can taste the spinach but it wasnt too over powering for us. thank you, we will be making this again.
This recipe looked soooooo good! I was dying to try it and cooked it exactly as written. However neither DH or I cared for it at all. We threw away a ton of leftovers. I'm sorry! There was wayyyyy too much spinach. I would cut it in half at least, next time and instead of 1 can beans, I'd add 2. We used pinto and really liked that part. There also wasn't enough sauce, and I used a 10oz can. It came out kind of dry.
Wonderful! I used my own enchilada sauce, zucchini for the mushrooms & fresh spinach. So easy & healthy; thanks for sharing!
We really enjoyed these on a cold, snowy winter night when both husband and I are just beating a cold...great spice to really warm you up...had to play with the portions a bit...used one package of spinach, then tons more onion (I think almost a cup) added red pepper (about a cup as well) and did a bean mix of mashed pintos and whole black beans...liberally added chipotle chili, cumin and hot sauce and used a spicy tomato sauce as well rolled into multi-grain tortillas...it was HOT - HOT - HOT and super yummy, filling & satisfying with lots of leftovers that taste just as great reheated...just what we needed!!! I think we are both better now...Thanks Toni :)
This is a great start to a wonderful recipe! It tastes delicious and decadent but is really good for you. I tend to like my food spicy and with a lot of flavor. For this reason, if I make this again, I will add lots more flavor. Definantly more spice (even though when making it 3t of chili powder seemed like it would do the trick)will be added next time and I might even like to add some garlic or other flavor. Try this, it's really good.....
Yowza!!! These are amazing! I thought we'd have left overs, but nope, we at them all in one sitting! I only had one pack of spinach, so I sauteed a zuchinni with the mushrooms and onion etc. I also added two cloves of garlic. I highly recommend softening the tortillas by microwaving them before you dip them. That way they won't break.... I also added a bit of onion and garlic powder to the tomato sauce. Otherwise, PERFECT! A great vegetarian dinner.
These are great, it worked out so well, had all the ingredients right in the pantry, and loved the fact that this was a good "vegetarian" change, that was healthy. Recipe was easy to follow, and followed it exactly, except; I just added 1/4 cup of the "sauce" in with the spinach, mushroom, and onion mixture. Rolled all this up in the tortilla, put in dish, and ladled rest of sauce on top, and finally jalapeno jack cheese. Yummy! Thanks so much, Toni!