Chili Mac Casserole
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 30 min.
Delicious! Good blend of flavors! Added 1 tsp of sugar & 1 more can of beans. Will be making again!
This is gross. No one in my family would eat more than a couple of bites. The entire casserole went in the garbage. Total waste of expensive food.
Easy to make and delicious! Based on recommendations of other reviewers, I added more seasoning. I doubled the amount of chili powder, added 1/4 teaspoon of cayenne pepper, and 1/2 teaspoon of Cajun seasoning. I also added Enchilada sauce instead of tomato paste. I will be making this again!
Simple and delicious dish. As I was tasting it during cooking, I felt it needed ‘just a little something’, so I added a half a chili packet, and a little cayenne for heat (we prefer a little kick); completely did the trick.
This was easy and delicious. I used ground chicken and left out the green chili's because none of like them. I will be making this again.
Hamburger Helper, a can of Rotel and a can of chili beans. Same thing no baking.
My family really like this and requested that I make it again.
This is nothing more than goulash with the spices modified. Ingredients and cooking instructions nearly exact match. This sucks as our family hates goulash. When I chili mac I think steak and shake. I was really hoping this was going to be some what like that but it isn't. It was still very lacking in flavor beyond tomatoes and cheese. Easy to make but not impressed with it.
I believe the recipe calls for too much tomato paste. An entire 6 oz. can is alot when 1 or 2 tablespoons would suffice. I added more spices, two salsa peppers and 1 cup diced green peppers. Overall it was still very bland. If I make this again I would greatly reduce the tomato paste and use enchilada sauce instead.
My mother in law gave me this recipe minus the chilies in the 1960's. It was called Saturday Nite Beans. My family has eaten this ever since. It's great for potlucks too.