I didn't use the tortillas because I didn't want soggy tortillas in it. Also did not care for using the pureed tomatoes in it. This isn't bad really, just not what I was expecting. This is more like a taco chili. I added black beans, and crumbled fritos on top and sour cream garnish. Pretty good regardless of my expectations.
This was a easy hit for dinner with great leftovers. I added a can of rinsed black beans and a can of drained corn. HEB stores in Texas have a MIXLA Tortillas ( that being a flour and corn mix delicious) I cut in into 1 inch pieces and baked @ 350 for 10 min. I added sour cream and fresh dab of guacamole to finish it off.
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!
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.
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.
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!
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.
Added onions and black beans. Yum.
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.
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.
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.
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.
It was super easy and I had everything on hand! Yum.
Nothing special. The flour tortillas are too soft and somewhat soggy.
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.