Mexican Tortilla Skillet

  • RVChrissy Posted: 09/30/10
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    Good. Easy. We used corn tortillas. My husband wants me to make this again. Next time I will add a few more tortillas. The corn tortillas add a nice flavor. U served this with fresh cooked pinto beans.

  • emichelle Posted: 05/27/10
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    good, easy, and fast...a few changes: added 1/2 chopped onion to meat, used ground turkey, added green pepper with tomatoes, used canned diced tomatoes, used 8 corn tortillas. served over romaine lettuce. topped with sour cream, hot sauce, and sliced scallions. will make this again.

  • barb51 Posted: 05/13/10
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    Nothing special. The flour tortillas are too soft and somewhat soggy.

  • ehighland Posted: 06/23/10
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    I thought this dish was way too tomatoey and the tortillas got soggy immediately. I used pureed canned tomatoes, so maybe fresh ones would work better. However, I probably won't make it again.

  • wendikwilson Posted: 05/13/10
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    It was super easy and I had everything on hand! Yum.

  • MollyU Posted: 01/31/10
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    This recipe was our 'go-to' meal for watching our favorite football team play all fall. We have a large family, so I add an extra can of tomatoes and a can of black beans to make it stretch a little farther. We serve it in a bowl, topped with a dallop of sour cream. Then I put the bowl on a plate with tortilla chips, and we eat it like a dip. Very yummy and fun! I highly recommend this recipe.

  • Chelle1917 Posted: 08/04/10
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    As others have said, the tortillas are soggy. However, the taco meat, tomatoes, and salsa taste wonderful together. I'm not a big cheese eater, so I didn't have any cheese tonight. Will definitely try a little cheese on it next time, and honestly I'm wondering how it would taste with fritos instead of the tortillas. Will definitely make this again.

  • angelcraz76 Posted: 01/25/11
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    Added onions and black beans. Yum.

  • Shari0012 Posted: 06/07/11
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    I used just 4 tortillas and that was plenty. Added a dollop of sour cream. Other reviewers said the tortillas got soggy, but mine were just right. I drained canned tomatoes before pureeing them in the food processor so maybe that was the difference. My son asked for seconds, something he never does. Good, easy weeknight dinner.

  • simpsj4 Posted: 12/04/11
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    Very easy! I made this according to recipe and thought it was a great week night meal. I think next time I make it I might add black beans as someone suggested. This time I topped it with shredded lettuce because I had some on hand. Would make a great taco salad!

  • CookinPC Posted: 01/15/12
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    Tasty and quick! I followed several reviewers suggestions: added a can of black beans and used corn tortillas. Instead of pureed canned tomatoes, I used seasoned tomato sauce (1/2 cup.) I added a bit more salsa. I plan to work this into my meal rotation as my husband loved it.

  • annakbrownlee Posted: 05/06/13
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    Made this for the first time tonight and it was pretty good. I thought all the tortilla pieces was going to be way too much but it was perfect. I turned the stove off when I covered the dish and it was nice and hot when it was time to eat. Easy recipe that I will make again.

  • Lissame Posted: 08/26/13
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    My husband absolutely loves this, and requests it often. To avoid the tortillas getting soggy, I cut mine into pieces and bake them on a cookie sheet for 7-8 minutes.... they're perfect in the dish. Also, we add a little white pepper and cumin for an added kick, and top it with plain greek yogurt or sour cream. Delicious!

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