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    Everyone has those times when it's the end of the week and the fridge is nearly empty. This recipe was born during one of those times. My husband needed to be out the door in half an hour and I was running late on preparing diner and I had very little to pick from. Luckily, I had brought in a cabbage from the garden earlier that afternoon and I had some leftover spaghetti sauce in the fridge. *Poof* Dinner! I invite you to give this a try. It's very simple, and is ready to eat in about 20minutes. My children enjoyed it, too (even the 17mo old ate it!). I have written recipe exactly as I made it the other night but as it's a "leftover creation" it's forgiving and I'm sure anyone that tries it will find it's very adaptable. I'm betting it would be even better with a home-made sauce.

    Recipe #328845

    This is a fun spin on both Lasagna and Tacos. I was inspired by something my mother used to make when I was a little girl (she called it Mexican Casserole) though hers was made with flour tortillas and modeled a bit more after enchiladas than tacos. I needed gluten free, though, so though I'd try it with fried corn tortillas. Ours turned out nothing like my mom's (probably has something to do with the fact I never actually asked her for the recipe) but it was a big hit here! It takes about an hour from start to finish and I love it because I have just enough time to do all the dishes before pulling it out of the oven and setting the table. It's simple, easy cleanup, and all the food is in one dish. Garnish with sour cream and hot sauce.

    Recipe #326010


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