Total TimePrep: 40 min. Bake: 30 min. + standing
The whole family loved this! Super easy and filling recipe!
This wasn't my favorite TOH recipe, but it was good. My guys all liked it.
This was my kinda recipe. Easy and super de duper delicious! My husband wasn't crazy about the cottage cheese, but I thought it was wonderful in it. The leftovers were just as yummy!
EX!!!!! This is very tasty recipe also very easy to make...Will make this often with no changes... Thank you for a great recipe....
I thought this was very good and easy to make. I did make two changes but they weren't big changes, so I will still give this recipe 5 stars. I didn't have Monterey Jack cheese so I used up the shredded cheeses I had, which were 1 cup medium cheddar, 2 cups Mozzarella, and 1 cup spicy Habanero cheese. Since I like Monterey Jack that cheese would have been just as yummy. Also I added a layer of 1 can of refried beans. I liked this addition but again, the recipe would have been very good without it. I do think the recipe could have used more tortilla layers so next time I would add another 1 or 2 layers of tortillas. Also, layering it according to the directions would have the cottage cheese on top of the tortilla layer. I thought that would dry out the cottage cheese so I put the tortillas over the cottage cheese and then ended with a layer of shredded cheese.
The whole family loved this one! I am having to learn to cook for two since the kids are off to college. These same preppies asked me to submit this one for their school cookbook; wow! I love that I can use my 9 inch cake pans for it and freeze them for small dinners for my hubby and I, or give them to friends for get well or congrats gifts. I have used a variety of cheeses to change the flavors to suit my needs as well. And since I like mine cheesy, I sometimes will add extra with no problems. I have shared this with my Texas friends who love that they can add their own level of spice.
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I was skeptical about this recipe and a bit confused about how much to tear the tortillas, but I was very surprised by how great it blended together when it baked. I substituted chopped green peppers for the chilis and added extra red pepper, cilantro, and chili powder. It was even better warmed up the second day!
This has become one of my favorite recipes to make ever- for company and just for the family! I use flour tortillas instead of corn, and I use ricotta cheese instead of cottage. But other than that I make this recipe exactly as it is written. LOVE IT. :)
So easy and tasty. My husband and I really liked it, but my son-in-law didn't. I think he would have liked it better if I hadn't told him that it was Texas "lasagna." He probably expected lasagna noodles.