Fold-Over Tortilla Bake
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 20 min.
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EXCELLENT recipe !
Kind of bland even with kicked up taco seasoning as an addition. The sauce was really thin so when I make this again I won'r cover it for the 5 minute simmer but leave uncovered and have the simmer be a bit more vigorous. Couldn't taste the cream cheese at all, guess I'll double the amount next time. I think I'll use diced tomatoes with green chili's already incorporated and leave them out of the tortillas. This is indeed a great way to use up those corn tortillas that seem to multiply in their package. Deb
I used 90/10 ground beef ( didn't need draining.) Added taco meat seasoning (minced garlic, chili powder, cumin, ancho powder), one can green enchilada sauce, and tomatoes. I mixed the chilis with 8oz. low fat cream cheese. Warm corn tortillas, covered, about 30 sec. in microwave or until softened. Spread heaping tablespoon cream cheese mixture on half of each tortilla and fold. I topped the final beef mixture with about two cups of cheese, and baked uncovered for about 20 minutes or until bubbly. A few less steps and no wasted foil.
What chiles?? None called fir in recipe!
I made this last night, and my family of 3 loved it so much it is almost gone already. I was hoping to have the leftovers for dinner tonight, but there's only enough left for one person. So that will be me! :) I only had one can of stewed tomatoes, so I used it plus a can of diced tomatoes - that turned out just fine. Big hit for us, so I'll definitely be making this again.
We love tacos and anything Mexican at our house! With 3 little ones, I love dishes that are quick and easy and this was it! I will be making this again! It was great! I only had green enchilada sauce so that's what I used and it was fantastic!
Totally awesome! I am sure regular stewed tomatoes would be fine but I was out of them so I used Ro-tel tomatoes & chilies. Big hit at our house.
I've made this for decades and it's always a hit. I think that if you wanted to kick it up a notch you could substitute chorizo for ground beef; just drain the cooked chorizo well so as to reduce the amount of grease. And JABlair, I agree with your response to Cruella747. A person can dislike a dish, explain why and move on; no need to insult others who may also be "from scratch" cooks. :)