Cobre Valley Casserole
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 30 min.
It seemed like de-constructed tacos. More work than its worth.
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Tried this recipe during the Covid-19 crisis! I did not have fresh tomatoes or fresh green onions. I actually added some of tortilla chips to the bottom of the dish. Layered some bean dip directly to chips and then the hamburger mixture. We have home canned salsa which I added to top. My husband raved about this. Figure no matter how you add or rearrange this is really good!
My kids loved it so that says it all. Alterations: changed one refried bean to a black bean, and added a can of corn; omitted green chilies and added a lot more cheese and chips. I would put chips on last in the future as they were not as crispy as I would have liked after I put the cheese and olives on top.
I would suggest doubling this recipe, except the refried beans (add 2 15 oz cans of whole kernel corn along with the 2 cans of refried beans and make it in a deep dish 9x13 baking dish. I use my own blend of "Mexican" seasoning mix (less salt). Also I use 1 cup of chopped fresh cilantro. 1 can of whole black olives and add heat to our liking. The 3 stars is due to the extreme skimpiness in portion size. Doubling the recipe gives the 2 of us enough for 3 nights and we don't leave the table hungry or miserably full.
Hi , I' m your neighbor to the west! Made this a million time my family loves it! Only difference I use black beans and green chili's
Very good! Quick and easy dinner with minimal clean up. I used only one can of beans since I'm not a huge fan of them. I still liked the recipe a lot.
Recipe saved! THANKYOU. J.
Loved this recipe. It makes a wonderful hot nacho dip too! The only thing I would try when making this dish again would be to us half the amount of re-fried beans.