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Mexican Tex-Mex Burrito Enchilada Casserole

My DH really, really enjoys this, while I just find it OK. ;) I adopted this recipe from the RecipeZaar account in August 2006, and after I prepared it Sept. 4, 2006, I made some minor changes (adding the size of canned ingredients, adding onions in with the meat mixture, etc). Original poster's comments: "This is more of a Tex Mex recipe than Mexican. Truly delicious!"

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directions

  • Brown ground beef with chopped onion.
  • Drain beef; add seasoning and tomato sauce. Add pinto beans.
  • Pour enchilada sauce into a bowl.
  • Dip the flour tortillas into the enchilada sauce and set aside.
  • Cover the bottom of a 9x13 pan with enchilada sauce, then pour the remaining enchilada sauce into the ground beef mixture.
  • Fill the dipped tortillas with the ground beef mixture.
  • Sprinkle with cheese and black olives.
  • Roll the flour tortilla and place in baking dish.
  • Repeat procedure for remainder of tortillas until all are filled and laying in the pan.
  • Pour can of heated Wolf brand chili over the top of the burritos and any remaining meat mixture.
  • Sprinkle with cheese.
  • Bake at 350 degrees until cheese is melted on inside and out.
  • Usually about 15-20 minutes.
  • ENJOY!
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"My DH really, really enjoys this, while I just find it OK. ;) I adopted this recipe from the RecipeZaar account in August 2006, and after I prepared it Sept. 4, 2006, I made some minor changes (adding the size of canned ingredients, adding onions in with the meat mixture, etc). Original poster's comments: "This is more of a Tex Mex recipe than Mexican. Truly delicious!""
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  1. TeacherKim
    Made this last night to satisfy a Mexican craving. I did one tray with the chili and one without. It was good, satisfying food. I didn't find it spicy at all. I did use chili beans instead of the pinto beans and didn't add the tomato sauce, using the sauce from the chili beans instead. My family ate it up!
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  2. TeacherKim
    Made this last night to satisfy a Mexican craving. I did one tray with the chili and one without. It was good, satisfying food. I didn't find it spicy at all. I did use chili beans instead of the pinto beans and didn't add the tomato sauce, using the sauce from the chili beans instead. My family ate it up!
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  3. the6-sranch
    Great recipe! I made this using the taco seasoning and found it to be a little on the salty side. Also, next time I will cook the onions with the meat so that they are not so crunchy. This would be a great way to use up leftover homemade chili!
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  4. bullwinkle
    My husband loved this recipe. It tasted very good and not as spicy as I thought it would. I used the taco seasoning in the ground beef. We topped it with lettuce, tomato and sour cream. I will make this recipe again.
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  5. newspapergal
    My DH really, really enjoys this, while I just find it OK. ;) I adopted this recipe from the RecipeZaar account in August 2006, and after I prepared it Sept. 4, 2006, I made some minor changes (adding the size of canned ingredients, adding onions in with the meat mixture, etc). Original poster's comments: "This is more of a Tex Mex recipe than Mexican. Truly delicious!"
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