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A few weeks ago, I had done my meal planning, and had bought all the ingredients for my Enchilada Casserole recipe. The night that I was supposed to make it, I was completely exhausted, but didn’t really want to order a pizza.
So, as I like to do sometimes, I made up something new. Thankfully, it worked and it was just as good as it is the other way. My favorite part about cooking it this way is that I only get one pan dirty, and I am not doing dishes all night. (Have I mentioned how much I hate doing dishes?)
Here is the new version of the recipe:
One Pan Enchilada Casserole
- 1 bag of yellow or white corn tortillas
- 1 can black beans
- 1 16 oz. can enchilada sauce
- 1 lb browned ground beef or shredded chicken
- 1 8 oz bag shredded cheese such as Jack Colby Jack, Mexican Blend, or Cheddar
- Sour Cream Avocado Slices, Guacamole, etc.
- On medium high heat, brown the ground beef. (or just add your cooked shredded chicken)
- Turn your burner down to low.
- Add the black beans
- Pour in the enchilada sauce
- Cut all of the tortillas into 1/2 inch thick strips.
- Stir all of the tortilla strips into the mixture.
- Add about 1/2 cup of cheese and stir until melted.
- It is that easy!!
Tell me what you think of my lazy creation! I would love to have your feedback!
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