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  1. Jimmy james

    Pretty tasty. I did not add oil to ground beef. I added some fresh corn off cob to the salsa. Pictures show tostadas which dont need frying. Raw corn tortillas do need frying. The liquid in the ingredients is enenough to soften the tostadas. My prep time was 45mins. At 25 min cook time cheese and tostadas on top were starti g to brown. Dish was heated thru and thru but foil over top from start would probably allow to cook full 35mins. My oven cycles bottom and top burners to bake so that could also explain my results. We enjoyed the recipe.


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  2. Wendy Four

    I made this great casserole for a potluck lunch. I had to make it the day before it was to be served, so I put it in the fridge overnight and baked it the next day! It was very tasty but not as spicy as I liked. ( I had followed the recipe explicitly and while I was making it the spiciest was just right)! Next time I make it (and I definitely will!) If I have to refrigerate it overnight, I will double the spices. Just thought you would like to hear my experience.

  3. Serena

    To soften my tortillas for recipes, I simply place the corn tortilla on the grate of my gas burner until it is soft and gets beautiful charred spots on it. Only takes seconds! Easy and and they taste excellent! I can not wait to try this recipe! I love anything Mexican food related and this sounds awesome!

  4. Raymond Gray

    I made this today and it is fantastic. I can’t wait to dig into the leftovers. One of the best dishes I have had in a long time, thank you for sharing this recipe.

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  5. Krista

    Big hit in our house but it was *not* 10 minutes of prep. I was cooking, chopping, or prepping constantly for an hour and a half.

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