Posted: 3/2/2011 1:24:50 PM
I would use diced tomatoes instead of the stewed tomatoes, they are better sized for the other items in the dish.
Posted: 2/24/2011 3:50:04 PM
This recipe is very filling & tasty!I substituted for a couple of items because of what I found in pantry.I used kidney beans instaed of pintos,Del Monte Mexican stewed tomatoes,McCormick Cheesy taco seasoning,4 whole wheat torts.I used double the amount of cheese & also topped with sour cream.Hearty portions for 4 adults.BIG HIT!!!!
Posted: 2/2/2011 11:53:46 AM
Easy than stated. I did not cook mine the full 30 minutes as it was already all cooked. I also added an extra tortilla and extra cheese and I put sour cream on the table for those who wanted it. Super easy and everyone in my family loved it!
Posted: 1/23/2011 6:52:01 PM
Wonderful recipe, esp. for a large group or a cold winter day. Very satisfying and filling. I used corn tortillas. I sauteed onions with the beef, and I used more cheese than the recipe calls for. I did not bake 30 mins. Because the mixture was already steaming hot, I only baked 10 mins. until I added the cheese, then 5 mins. more. That was plenty as long as you get your beef good and done when sauteeing. You could also use instead of tomatoes (or add) Rotel for a spicier taste. DO use all the tortilla strips, that is important to the finished product. GREAT recipe.
Posted: 1/19/2011 6:55:44 PM
I used corn tortillas. Diced canned tomatoes. Next time I wold add 1/2cup cheese to top at last 5 min.
Posted: 5/21/2010 11:00:42 PM
I only had refried pinto beans on hand and it still turned out pretty good. I also topped w/ sour cream. I think next time I'll try corn tortillas instead.