Made this for a potluck and served it with sour cream and cilantro on the side. Gone in a flash! I would have preferred more black beans and for my taste will probably use medium salsa instead of mild next time. I also increased the amounts of ingredients by 50% and baked in a 9x13 dish. Needed to bake 45-50 minutes that way.
Breakfast Tortilla Strata
shankoene Posted: 01/27/10
akjones Posted: 01/24/10
This was fabulous! Would make again and for company. Did not make any modifications and turned out perfect. I served w/ blueberry muffins and mimosas. Very easy to make and great because it is done the night before.
csaunders80 Posted: 01/13/09
This strata was very tasty but it took a lot longer to cook than the recipe specified. Like at least 15 minutes longer.
jspicest Posted: 01/08/09
As other reviews said, this is an excellent dish to bring for work potlucks. It was a big hit this morning! I used the whole can of black beans, and actually thought that it was less than I would prefer. I put the strata in a smaller baking dish, which made it thicker, but also took about 20 minutes extra time to bake. Highly recommended.
itsgigi Posted: 07/08/10
I made this for a breakfast meeting and everyone loved it! I did exactly what the recipe called for except that I added a little extra cheese. Mmm-mmm-good. Will definitely be making this one again.
cookinginpdx Posted: 10/10/11
I wasn't as impressed as others with this recipe. It was fine, but not special. I found myself thinking of ways to improve it: Replace the salsa with green and use green chilies instead of beans - add chorizo, it needed SOMETHING to make it more special. Probably won't make again without significant changes. Just me.
rstarrlemaitre Posted: 03/20/13
Tasty but needs more beans and more salsa. I like the way the tortillas soak up the sour cream mixture though.
drm0426 Posted: 10/07/12
Yummier than I thought it would be! I used grated pepperjack cheese. Would be delicious with either green salsa or red. Next time I will add some grated cooked veggies to get my picky kiddo a painfree way to get his veggies. I think a cup of cauliflower or celery root would be a nice addition.