Traditional Mexican ingredients like tortillas, salsa, cheese, and lean meats are perfect layers for casseroles. Take advantage of make-ahead ease with the great variety of Mexican casseroles for every occasion.See Popular Mexican Casseroles Recipes
Looking for the perfect dinner for those busy weeknights? We've got you covered! Rich ground beef, bright tomatoes and briny olives are perfectly balanced by a sweet corn-muffin topping in this dish that is sure to satisfy even the most insatiable appetites. Substitute ground turkey for beef to cut calories without sacrificing flavor, or go vegetarian with a combination of red and black beans.
Refrigerated cornbread twists make a quick crust for this top-notch Tex-Mex main dish.
Here's a lower calorie version of a taco casserole.
Your family will love this Mexican- inspired chicken casserole recipe.
This chicken casserole recipe, layered with tortilla strips, tomato sauce, chicken, and cheddar cheese, has the flavors of Mexico, enjoyed all over the world.
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.
Boxed cornbread acts as the base for this simple chicken casserole. Cook the bread solo for 20 minutes before pouring on the enchilada sauce and scattering on the chicken and cheese.
This south-of-the-border casserole combines refrigerated pizza dough, beef mixture, and taco-cheese blend into a sensational one-dish meal.
The poblano chiles and cotija cheese in this rich and creamy Mexican-style casserole earn a gold star for authenticity. If you cannot locate them in your neighborhood supermarket, look for poblanos (a dark green chile that resembles green peppers) and cotija (a salty white cheese) in any Hispanic grocery store.
Mix up all the fixings for nachos--ground beef, cheese, salsa, and olives--and bake them in a casserole for a family-pleasing dinner. Slices of pizza dough stand in for the chips.