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Mexican Dinners

Make it Mexican tonight with a great recipe for burritos, flavorful roasts, wraps, enchiladas and more.

Enchiladas Florentine

Enchiladas Florentine

Enchiladas Florentine

"After tasting wonderful enchiladas at a Mexican restaurant, I created this lighter version at home," Debbie Purdue explains from her home in Freeland, Michigan. Topped with a zesty lime and cilantro sauce, the main course is perfect alongside reduced-fat refried beans.

Beef and Cheese Casserole

Beef and Cheese Casserole

Beef and Cheese Casserole

When it comes to family-pleasing casseroles, this dish can't miss! The taco flavor, ground beef and Mexican cheese ensure satisfied smiles.—Sharon Crider, Junction City, Kansas
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Venison Taco Pie

Venison Taco Pie

Venison Taco Pie

The whole family is sure to enjoy this savory southwestern casserole. A refrigerated biscuit crust and packaged taco seasoning make preparation easy. Karen Witman of North Irwin, Pennsylvania submitted the recipe.

Venison Chili con Carne

Venison Chili con Carne

Venison Chili con Carne

Kim Vaughn of Hampton, Virginia shares this thick, spicy chili that’s served over rice. “The venison is tender, and the blend of spices, tomatoes and Italian hot sausage gives it plenty of zip,” Kim notes.

Tuna Broccoli Roll-ups

Tuna Broccoli Roll-ups

Tuna Broccoli Roll-ups

For a family-pleasing main dish that's on the lighter side, consider these cheesy tortilla wraps. They're a fun and tasty alternative to the usual tuna casserole.—Mary Wilhelm, Sparta, Wisconsin

Mexicali Casserole

Mexicali Casserole

Mexicali Casserole

If you like Mexican food but are watching your diet, try this tasty bake. It takes advantage of ground turkey and reduced-fat cheese without sacrificing flavor.—Mrs. Gertrudis C. Miller, Evansville, Indiana

Southwest Turkey Stew

Southwest Turkey Stew

Southwest Turkey Stew

I prefer main dishes that enable me to stay on my diet but still eat what the rest of the family eats. This stew is a hit with my husband and our young children. —Stephanie Wilson of Helix, Oregon

Slow-Cooked Beef Enchiladas

Slow-Cooked Beef Enchiladas

Slow-Cooked Beef Enchiladas

Enchiladas get a beefy boost of goodness from slow-cooked roast. When the meat is done, assemble with tortillas and bake. Top with lettuce and tomatoes if desired.

Cheese-Topped Beef Bake

Cheese-Topped Beef Bake

Cheese-Topped Beef Bake

“Looking for something quick but 'different' for dinner one night, I was browsing through a Taste of Home cookbook,“ shares Debbie Pirlot from Green Bay, Wisconsin. “I found two easy recipes with similar ingredients and decided to combine them. The result is this rich and delicious recipe that my family really enjoys.“

Beef 'n' Chili Beans

Beef 'n' Chili Beans

Beef 'n' Chili Beans

I took this dish to the last church meal we had, and it was a hit! Several of the ladies requested the recipe. I have to admit it is so easy to make—just put the ingredients in the slow cooker, and dinner’s ready before you know it. The tomatoes with green chilies really add some zip.
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