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Mexican Casseroles

Looking for recipes for Mexican casseorles? Taste of Home has the best Mexican casserole recipes from real cooks like you, featuring reviews, ratings, how-to videos and tips.

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Sour Cream Beef 'N' Beans

Sour Cream Beef 'N' Beans

Sour Cream Beef 'N' Beans

"I adjusted this favorite casserole for microwave use in the interest of speed and to save heating up the oven—we live in the Southwest," explains Joyce Marten of Cottonwood, Arizona. "I've taken it to friends who have been in the midst of remodeling and always get a request for the recipe."

Texas Tamale Pie

Texas Tamale Pie

Texas Tamale Pie

"My aunt shared this great South Texas dish with me," relates Billy Boyd of Houston, Texas. With just four ingredients, the spicy southwestern casserole can be served swiftly...and will undoubtedly disappear quickly. "When I take it to church dinners, there are not leftovers," he says.

Sombrero Bake

Sombrero Bake

Sombrero Bake

Green chilies and hot pepper sauce bring a little zip to this Southwestern-style supper that makes great use of leftover cooked chicken. Mary Tallman sent the recipe from her Arbor Vitae, Wisconsin kitchen.
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Sombrero Casserole

Sombrero Casserole

Sombrero Casserole

Corn bread and cream-style corn add a touch of sweetness to this hearty casserole. I sometimes sprinkle crushed tortilla chips on top before baking.— Kelley Enyeart, Marceline, Missouri

Chicken Mole Casserole

Chicken Mole Casserole

Chicken Mole Casserole

The key to a good mole is its rich, brown sauce with a hint of chocolate. The cocoa in this recipe lends richness without sweetness. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Baked Mexican Casserole

Baked Mexican Casserole

Baked Mexican Casserole

My husband and I both work full-time, so we have little time to cook. This dish is quick and delicious. We freeze leftovers as individual servings for lunch.—Jean Isken, Sussex, Wisconsin

Beefy Beans 'N' Rice

Beefy Beans 'N' Rice

Beefy Beans 'N' Rice

This easy skillet dish has a nice barbecue flavor that goes over well in winter.—Rebecca Roberts, Odessa, Texas

Jumble Lala

Jumble Lala

Jumble Lala

Wondering about the silly name? It came about because this dish has all the spicy goodness of jambalaya—but requires a lot less time and work to prepare!—Dora Brahmer, Spring Valley, Wisconsin

Zippy Beef Supper

Zippy Beef Supper

Zippy Beef Supper

In Crooksville, Ohio, Ruth Foster relies on two cans of soup and zippy canned tomatoes with chilies to make this spicy and satisfying casserole. Shredded cheddar cheese and crunchy tortilla chips create a tasty topping.

Chili Cheese Grits

Chili Cheese Grits

Chili Cheese Grits

This zesty dish is a real crowd-pleaser. It's great as a side dish and can also be served as a cold appetizer.

Barbecued Pork with Beans

Barbecued Pork with Beans

Barbecued Pork with Beans

Everyone raves about how tender these pork chops are.— Donna Jordan, Hendersonville, North Carolina
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