Dish up Mexican tonight with an easy enchilada casserole. From green chile chicken to chipotle beef, these simple recipes for enchilada casserole take just minutes to assemble.See Popular Enchilada Casseroles Recipes
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This comforting casserole combines chicken, tortilla strips, red peppers, tomato paste, black beans and diced green chilies, all bathed in a scrumptious sauce made with Campbell's® Condensed Cream of Chicken Soup.
Grace Parisi makes a slightly spicy red sauce for these enchiladas with smoky guajillo chiles and fruity ancho chiles.
For an easy and delicious weeknight main dish recipe, try these irresistible Mexican enchiladas made with blended cheese and turkey breast.
Instead of filling and rolling corn tortillas, they're torn into bite-size pieces and layered with back beans and a ground beef and potato filling. A generous topping of cheddar cheese finishes this family-style Mexican casserole.
Corn tortillas and spicy sauce star in these tasty beef enchiladas. Serve them for dinner with chopped tomatoes and lettuce.
In Spanish, enchilada means "spiced with chile," a requisite step in preparing this cheesy chicken casserole.
Old El Paso® Favorite Recipe! Welcome family with a fiesta of flavors in a baked chicken, cheese and tortilla favorite.
The imitation crabmeat used in this Tex-Mex casserole is also known as surimi and is made commercially by processing and re-forming minced fish to look like crab. It's less expensive than crab and, as a bonus, is lower in cholesterol.
This sensational enchilada casserole combines tortillas, beans, cheese, and taco-seasoned chicken. Take this main-dish recipe to your next potluck or Mexican-themed dinner party.
This hearty dish has all the great taste of traditional enchiladas--cumin, chiles, and sour cream--without all of the fuss. It's a fast and easy favorite.
Reduced-fat ingredients helped cut the fat, while green chiles boost the Tex-Mex flavor. It has 61% less sat fat, 50% less fat, and 25% more calcium than the original recipe.