Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Enchilada Casserole

I am always looking for something quick and delish to fix for my family. So I was all into this Enchilada Casserole that my good friend Raunya of Occasions by Raunya whipped up!

1 lb. of ground beef, ground turkey, or cooked chopped chicken breasts

3 cups of Enchilada sauce ( you can use canned or the mix)

4 cups of shredded Mexican blend cheese

18 corn tortillas


1. Cook the meat completely, season with salt and pepper to taste

2. coat the bottom of a 13x9 pan with vegetable oil

3. pour 1 cup of enchilada sauce in the bottom of the pan

4. layer 6 tortillas, 1/2 of the meat, 1 cup of cheese, 1 cup of sauce, top with 6 tortillas

5. repeat step 4

6. top with remaining sauce and the remaining 2 cups of cheese

7. bake in oven covered for 20 minutes, remove foil and bake an additional 10 minutes


  1. Visiting from Blog Frog! This recipe looks and sounds so yummy...we can't wait to try it!

    PS - How did you get your picture to look like a polaroid? Do you have a special program that does that?

  2. Hi SSE! Enchilada Casserole is YUMMY! and the pics I create on a website called

  3. That looks yummy and EASY!!! Gonna have to try it.

  4. Visiting from 31dbbb

    YUMMMMM! I think this is going on my menu this month and I'm linking on my recipe roll

    I posted a yummy chicken parm recipe today that you may like:

  5. Hi from a fellow blogfrogger. Thanks for an easy recipe that I can actually try. My Read-A-Thon Updates

  6. that looks yummy, i'm trying this one!

  7. Hello from BlogFrog! This looks TOO EASY to be TRUE! Cannot wait to try it!

  8. This looks yummy! I found your blog via BlogFrog! =)

  9. This looks so good--unfortunately I can't find corn tortillas here. I've looked and looked at several grocery stores. Could I use flour ones?

  10. Hi,
    blog- frogging in to visit- this looks perfect- easy, tasty & different & it has that necessary calcium in the cheese-yum!!!!!

  11. yum yum!! looks delicious! can u cook for me pls,lol

  12. Looks yummy! Here from Blog Frog...I make something like this with my left overs. If we have taco night I sometimes have random left overs that I cannot make a full meal out of...So once when unexpected company came over I made this taco bake:
    Taco Meat or any left over meat (chicken pieces, steak pieces, or ground meat.
    left over veggies (mix or match): onions, peppers, tomatoes, (diced from a can works well) mushrooms...
    taco sauce or a bit of salsa, zip it up with a taco seasoning mix
    left over rice, and or refried beans
    left over taco shells, tortilla chips and or tortillas

    Spray a casserole pan with nonstick spray. Mix everything up in a bowl except tortillas/shells/chips
    layer it all with tortillas/shells/chips like you would lasagna top with cheese bake until hot or 350 for about 30-40 min.

    serve with lettuce tomato and sour cream if you have that left over too.

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  13. That looks so good! Thank you for sharing. I will be trying that soon.

  14. YUMM!!!! So nice to 'meet' you! Stopping over from BF.

    Have a great weekend!
    ~ ~

  15. Mmmm, yum. My family LOVES enchiladas but I rarely make them because I think it's a pain to roll all of the enchiladas. This looks so much easier, but all of the yummy taste. I recently got a recipe for a chicken enchilada casserole (with a white sauce) but it's not quite the same as traditional enchiladas. Thanks for this, I can't wait to try it out!

  16. Ummmm I'm so going to try this!! Easy and yummy just we we need! Thanks and I'm really enjoying your blog!