Saturday, March 21, 2009

FROZEN BURRITO CASSEROLE

I got this recipe from Mommy's Kitchen. I made it for some of my family tonight. They ALL liked it very much. So, I wanted to pass it along to you. It is very simple and quick.

FROZEN BURRITO CASSEROLE

8-Frozen Burritos, I used beef and bean(completely thawed)

1- 14.5 oz. Can Re fried Beans

1- 15 oz Can Wolf Brand Chili, no beans

1- 10.5 oz Can red enchilada sauce

2 - cups shredded Cheddar Cheese or Monterrey Jack Cheese blend

Sour Cream (garnish)
Black Olives (garnish)
Salsa, optional (garnish)
Chopped Onions (garnish)
Chopped tomatoes (garnish)

Spray a 9X13 casserole dish with oil. Spread the re fried beans on the bottom of the
casserole dish. Lay completely thawed burritos on top of re fried beans. In a separate bowl mix enchilada red sauce and the Wolf Brand Chili together, blending well. Pour the enchilada sauce mixture on top of the burritos. Top with shredded cheese. Bake at 375% for 30 minutes or until casserole is bubbly and burritos are cooked through.

I served mine with Mexican rice and chips. It went very good! We will do this again. For my family of the eight who were here, I doubled the recipe. We had 1/3 of it left and every one got plenty. This made 2 9x13 Pans full. I hope you all like it as much as we did. Grandma

10 comments:

Margaret Cloud said...

I am always looking for new ideas and this sounds so good, I will give it a try this weekend.

CONNIE'S THOUGHTS FROM THE HEART said...

Dear Margaret, so good to see you. Hope you are doing well. Yes, my family liked this and it was very easy and pretty cost effective. Grandma

Femin Susan said...

Hello……
This is amazing!! I am so glad to found your blog! Keep up the great posts…..

The Young Artist said...

This sounds really good. My Mommy (Kitty) makes something like that too. But there are differeces. If I get permission from her to put it on my blog, I will put it and you can look at it sometime. Or I could email it to you. Whichever you prefer. Keep on cooking! Have a nice weekend.

CONNIE'S THOUGHTS FROM THE HEART said...

Dear Femin Susan, I am so glad to have you visiting this blog. Please come again. I hope you will always find something easy and good to make from a recipe that I will share. Thank you. connie

CONNIE'S THOUGHTS FROM THE HEART said...

Dear Young Artist, I would love to try your mom's version. I know that it is good already. I am sure she is a great cook. Thanks for stopping by. Mrs. Connie

CONNIE'S THOUGHTS FROM THE HEART said...

DEAR YOUNG ARTIST, I FORGOT, HERE IS MY E-MAIL ADDRESS, if you would like to send it to me. jimandconniemc@yahoo.com
That way I want miss it. I come to your blog as often as I can but sometimes, I am not able to visit as much as I would like. Thank you, dear. connie

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Middle Man said...

Oh! Thats good! I love that kind of food! I will ask my mom for this and beg her so much she won't see the end of it! Just kidding! I will ask her though. See you soon!

Bye-Bye!

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