Enchilada Casserole

Enchilada Casserole

133 reviews, 4.2 star(s). 86% would make again

Ready in 1 hour 30 minutes

Quick and Easy Mexican fare.

"This was a HIT for my family!!! I tweaked the recipe a little. As the ground beef and onions cooked, I added salt, fresh ground pepper, and garlic powder. I was fresh out of cream of chicken soup, so I improvised, I added 8 oz sour crean. I also added fresh chopped cilantro to the mix. I only had sharp cheddar and pepperjack cheese, so I used that. I did not tear my corn tortillas, I layered them like lasagna. I used about18(3 layers). Toped w cheese and a little more chopped cilantro for color This w wwill be on my regular menu now. Thank you for sharing!"


1 1/2 pound Hamburger
2 12-oz cans Enchilada Sauce
2 4-oz can Green Chilies; chopped
12 ea Corn tortillas
1 12-oz can Cream of Chicken Soup
1 can (12 oz) Cream of mushroom soup
1 ea White Onion; chopped
2 cup Cheddar & jack cheese; shredded

Original recipe makes 6



Brown hamburger and onion. Pour off fat. Cut tortillas into 1" squares and mix with all the other ingredients except cheese in a large bowl. Add drained hamburger. Mix and pour into a 9x13 glass casserole. Spread cheese evenly over mixture. Bake covered at 375 for 1 Hour. Serve with Sour cream and Salsa.

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enchilada casserole

I added pepperjack cheese to part of the casserole for the adults.

Enchilada Casserole w/ sharp cheddar and pepperjack cheese. Yummm


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This was great. My whole family lived it.
Ramboettrach 1y ago

Delicious and a good way to use up corn tortillas.
skroseberg 1y ago

Loved this dish! So tasty! Will definitely make it again!
herheatherness 1y ago

Granted I haven't tried this recipe, but one thing that might have helped is frying the tortilla slices. Make them into chips. It's an extra step, but most definitely wouldn't come out 'soupy.' Of course moderation also, guys. What the recipe calls for is too much. Not unless you guys are making like two trays?
Skeeme03 1y ago

I used corn tortillas. I did not like the taste. Close to a soupy consistency. Maybe take out tortillas and use as a dip. Needed something, not sure what. Won't b making again.
pikyeatrs 1y ago

toevon 2y ago

GREAT Meal easy and very good. I will make this again and again!!!!!
sparrish18 2y ago

Pretty good. I invited family and friends and they all loved it. A little soupy.
Cannonsmomma 2y ago

Really good
carolinagirl06 2y ago

Great dinner and my boyfriend was very impresses. We really like this dish!
ch191988 2y ago

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