Mexican Ground Beef Casseroles
Ground beef casseroles are a hearty, inexpensive way to feed the gang. Make ground beef special with this Mexican twist, and let this casserole star in its own Mexican fiesta.See Popular Mexican Ground Beef Casseroles Recipes
Every home cook knows it's wise to have a pound of ground beef at the ready. As a dinner ingredient, it's endlessly versatile--great for quick burgers, as the base for chili, or (drum roll, please) in a casserole. Yes, we love our ground-beef casseroles, and for good reason.
Hungry family? Satisfy appetites with a pot pie made with spicy ground beef and corn.
Green peppers are stuffed with a sweet and savory filling of ground beef seasoned with garlic, cumin, cinnamon, raisins, almonds, tomatoes and Pace® Picante Sauce, baked until tender and topped with shredded Cheddar cheese to make a flavorful Latin-American dish.
Pumpkin puts a seasonal spin on an American classic, tamale pie. Here, it's combined with layers of rich ground beef, hearty veggies, and a down-home cornbread topper.
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.
This south-of-the-border casserole combines refrigerated pizza dough, beef mixture, and taco-cheese blend into a sensational one-dish meal.
For a doubly delicious taste, this robust pizza packs a zesty ground beef and salsa filling between two crusts.
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.
Ground beef, corn, and black beans in a savory sauce, topped with polenta slices and cheddar cheese.
Corn tortillas are typically used in tostadas, which are simply open-faced tacos. You can find tostada shells in the grocery store, or you can create your own by crisping up corn tortillas in hot oil in a skillet.
Chili topped baked potatoes on a bed of salad greens.
This Mexican casserole tastes just like tacos, but without all the single-serving fuss. Just layer your favorite ingredients between flour tortillas and bake.
Combine taco fixings in a slow-cooker casserole that's a no-fuss favorite of families.