Top-ranked recipe named "Bryan's Mexican Casserole"
This is one of my son's favorites and it has everything in it to make a meal by itself, but it's also good served with a salad.
"It was great! We made a couple of changes...some intentional some not:
We used regular long grain rice and not minute rice. We used chunky salsa and not picante. My wife is gluten intollerant so we couldn't use the ranch beans; we used black beans and used the spices listed on the can of ranch beans. Nest time I want to use a little cilantro and some chopped up peppers (jalapeño, serrano, etc)."
Brown the meat and onion and drain. Add the other ingredients except the cheese and simmer until slightly thickened. Put half of the meat mixture in the bottom of a 9 x 13 inch baking dish. Add half the cheese. Repeat layers ending with cheese. Bake at 300 degrees until the cheese is melted and the casserole is bubbly.
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amycarmella 7 months agoOne of my favorites! Soooo good
BettiH 1 year agoAwesome! I use Rotel with cilantro and jalapeño and this gives it a little kick. Also, sometimes I add corn salsa.
Bebop2 1 year agoI will try again, adding more veggies. I used quinoa instead of the rice.
racerpooh 2 years agoYummy! Will make again! Substituted the meat with ground turkey & chorizo. Added a small can of mushrooms.
lotz2bluvd 2 years agoAmazing!! I did add my own spices to the meat, but oh did my family love it.. Def making again!!
mlesher1 2 years ago
tabathabakerainsworth 2 years agofamily loved it
spaige 2 years agoJust made it, had to take a test bite......yummy! Will let u know what the family thinks. :) Update....loved it! Very moist & seasoned just right. Thank you.
janettesloancharboneau 2 years ago
tolivieri 2 years agoWe used ground turkey and it was good. It is a keeper at our house