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Wow, this sounds wonderful. Mad props for including sides as well! Will try it this week and report back to you.


I made the enchilada casserole this week and it was terrific. We all enjoyed it, including the 10 month old! I assembled it the night before, popped it in the fridge and baked it after work. This is entering the regular rotation!


The Chicken Enchilada Casserole was deeeelicious! Quick and easy to assemble. I bet it'll taste even better today. I agree, it's in the rotation!


I'm making the casserole (again!) tonight. Soooo good, and freezes really well, too. Thanks!

molly cyr

I KNEW this recipe would be here. Awesome!


I can't wait to try the Chicken Enchilada recipe,it looks yummy! You should check out my Beef Taco Bake recipe on my blog,which can also be made with ground turkey.


QSMama / Lea

This casserole rocks! I finally got around to making it for the first time the other night. Oh, YUM. Now, as I write this, I'm eating a big bowl for lunch, and it's just as good as when it came out of the oven.

I used a variety of cheeses that were in the drawer--cheddar and monterery jack, mostly. Next time, I might think about a pepper jack, too, and might experiement with some finely diced red bell pepper and corn. Or that might be too much work. :)

Trader Joe's inexpensive jar of salsa verde ($1.69, I think) worked great. Since we get ingredients shipped from New Mexico, I might also try adding some green chile powder in the future for a little punch. Mmmm, green Tabasco on top would've been good, too.

But, it's great just as-is. This will be a regular feature around here!

- L


This sounds perfect! I'm making dinner for my neighbor Friday night...she just had a baby! Thank you for sharing this.

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