Chicken Tortilla Casserole
Simple and flavorful, Mexican tortilla casserole will make you love one-dish meals. From chicken to ground beef to vegetarian, these easy recipes for Mexican tortilla casserole simply layer ingredients and bake until bubbly -- for a quick, convenient take on Mexican tastes.See Popular Chicken Tortilla Casserole Recipes
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Packed with veggies, protein, and bold Mexican flavors, this good-for-you casserole is the definition of comfort food.
Make two of these gluten free casseroles at once, one for dinner and one for the freezer, and be ready for the end-of-the-day rush any night of the week.
Any casserole sounds like an easy way to get dinner on the table without busting the budget, but this "Healthified" Chicken Tortilla Casserole recipe touches a few more bases: First, it serves 8, so you can cook for a crowd and have plenty to go around; secondly, if it's just you and the kids, there might be leftovers to freeze for another meal. This dish is easy to put together, with shredded meat from chicken breasts, shredded cheddar cheese, and Mexican tortillas. It's healthy, too, with only 270 calories per each eight-piece serving (which, by the way, costs only about $1.31 per serving -- a great savings in a dish this good).
Assemble this easy meatless casserole recipe in only 15 minutes. While it bakes, makes a fresh green salad. Serve the meal with salsa or picante sauce.
Your family will love this Mexican- inspired chicken casserole recipe.
In Mexico, this dish is served for breakfast; stateside, families enjoy it as a quick and tasty dinner, too. Follow the make-ahead directions and heat the frozen casserole in a microwave for a meal that's ready in minutes.
A signature Ro*Tel recipe -- a creamy, cheesy, and easy casserole with that special kick coming from Ro*Tel tomatoes and green chilies.
Smart ingredient changes keep the flavor but cut the fat by 11 grams per serving. It has 58% less sat fat, 50% less fat, and 27% fewer calories than the original recipe.
Layers of tortillas, melty cheese and chicken combine with Santa Fe-inspired cooking creme, sending your taste buds on a quick trip down Route 66.