Salsa Chicken Casserole

We seem to always have the items this casserole calls for on hand. I use homemade salsa but use what ever your favorite is to make it tasty! You also don't have to tear the tortillas into pieces, I do this for my kids - to make it easier for them to eat. If you don't drain the salsa it will be too soggy.

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  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray a 2 quart baking dish. Mix together the salsa and sour cream. Place torn tortilla pieces in the bottom and on the sides of the dish - just one layer. Place half the chicken on top then salt and pepper to taste. Spread a little less then half the salsa and sour cream mixture on top. Sprinkle little less then half the cheese. Then layer torn tortilla pieces, chicken, salsa/sour cream , torn tortilla pieces and finally the remainder of the cheese - making sure to top is covered.
  • Cover with tinfoil and bake for 25 minutes. Remove tinfoil and bake another 10-15 minute Let sit for 10 minutes before serving.
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"We seem to always have the items this casserole calls for on hand. I use homemade salsa but use what ever your favorite is to make it tasty! You also don't have to tear the tortillas into pieces, I do this for my kids - to make it easier for them to eat. If you don't drain the salsa it will be too soggy."
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  1. Ceezie
    We seem to always have the items this casserole calls for on hand. I use homemade salsa but use what ever your favorite is to make it tasty! You also don't have to tear the tortillas into pieces, I do this for my kids - to make it easier for them to eat. If you don't drain the salsa it will be too soggy.
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