Chili Tortilla Bake
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 25 min.
This is delicious, but it definitely needs sour cream and maybe cilantro as toppings after it is cooked. I was craving some sour cream!
Big hit with my boys. Very easy to set aside a portion for my dairy sensitive kid (I made a portion without cheese) without losing out on flavor. I would suggest cutting the tortillas up into smaller pieces so that they are bite sized. Will try with the rotel suggestion next time and can see where topping it with lettuce would be yummy as well.
5 stars for being well-received by the family! I used 8 oz. tomato sauce and 1 can mild Ro-tel for a kick. I don't tend to measure spices, just adding to taste, but I did use a lot. I cut 6 corn tortillas (had to use up) to fit my 7x10 pan. After baking, each person chose toppings from a selection of black olives, green onions, cilantro, sour cream and guacamole. All quick and easy!
This was really good. I read one review that said it tasted too much like tomato sauce so I used 1 can tomato sauce and 1 can hot Rotel (we like hot). I mixed those together in a bowl and then added the spices to my taste. I added the onions to that and then stirred it in to the ground beef, added the beans and corn. I used a 10x10 baking dish so I cut my tortillas to fit so I didn’t use as many tortillas. I followed the recipe from there. We loved it. Next time I might try corn tortillas just to see if we like that better. Thanks for the recipe!
This is a wonderful recipe and has fantastic flavor! I doubled the recipe so we can have it again this week! I used burrito size tortillas in a large round oven proof stock pot/dutch oven. It worked perfect.
Made the recipe as directed with the exception of using corn tortillas instead of flour tortillas. It was ok, but tasted more like tomato sauce with too much chili powder. If you use a good brand of chili powder (I used Penzey’s), then 2 tablespoons is way to much. My spouse did not like it, so looks like I will not be making it again.
Didn't have 2 cans of tomato sauce, or chilies, so I took a can of mild Rotel and mixed it with a can of tomato paste. The bottom tortillas were hard. My husband suggested spreading some enchilada or taco sauce first, next time. Also could have been the fact that the tortillas were organic. Not finding too many organic foods we like! The rest of it was great!
This was an easy and inexpensive weeknight meal.I used corn tortillas because they don't seem to get as soggy. Will most likely make again.
Very easy to make. My wife loved it. I thought it was just ok.
Simple & fairly quick to make! I didn't have tomato sauce, substituted tomato soup, turned out great! If you have eaters that don't like beans, you substitute refried beans.