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Mexican Lasagna

Posted in response to a request from the Velveeta web site

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  • Brown meat in large skillet on medium heat; drain.
  • Add onion and green pepper; cook until tender-crisp, stirring occasionally.
  • Stir in salsa, corn and seasonings.
  • Layer 1/3 of the meat sauce, 1/2 of the tortillas and 1/2 of the cottage cheese in 13x9-inch baking dish.
  • Repeat layers, ending with meat sauce.
  • Sprinkle with cheddar cheese and olives.
  • Bake at 375F for 30 minutes or until thoroughly heated.
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  1. ShaGun
    This was fine for being a comfort food casserole. I brought it to a church pot luck. Only about half was eaten. I did add an additional cup of salsa and I combined the called for cottage cheese with a cup of sour cream just because I had a hard time spreading out everything. I also left out the olives. I might make this again when I have leftover taco meat and salsa.
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  2. lynngate1
    This is S-O-O good!!! I made the following changes without compromising the tastiness: --turkey for ground beef --1/3 sour cream in place of 1/3 of the cott. cheese --no olives (for my kids) My daughter even asked me to pack leftovers for her school lunch!
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  3. Laurrk
    Absolutely delicious, and it was so easy to make. I was a bit skeptical about the cottage cheese, but you don't taste it at all in the final product. The only change I made was, I omitted the olives.
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  4. SilentCricket
    I made this recipe for a Mexican potluck we were having with our small group at church. Even before I had the casserole in the oven, my dad licked the spoon from the sauce and said, "MMMMMM, that's good!!!" I had to agree!!! At the potluck, there wasn't much left and what was will make a delicious option for lunch! I did use a red pepper since I favor them over green because they're sweeter and I used a Kraft Mexican cheese blend too. Thank you so much for a delicious Mexican recipe!!!
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  5. Tara1183
    This is an excellent recipe! It can be made ahead and cooked later. I used ricotta cheese since I prefer it over cottage cheese. The tortillas make a nice change over pasta.
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