Tortillas replace lasagna noodles in this beefy casserole with a south-of-the-border twist. With salsa, enchilada sauce, chilies, cheese and refried beans, it’s a fiesta of flavors. —Tina Newhauser, Peterborough, New Hampshire
We gathered up Over 40 of the BEST Comfort Food Recipes to share with you today! All of these are classic dinners that your family will absolutely love. Everything from Macaroni and Cheese, Chicken Pot Pie, Sandwiches, and Casseroles…we have you covered. I am always craving comfort food this time of year and can’t wait to try all of these yummy recipes!
I’ve found that my kids really appreciate the small little things that make the holidays fun and it doesn’t have to be elaborate.
I cannot leave the grocery store without forgetting at least one thing on my list. I’ll even remember after I’ve loaded all of the kids in the car and can’t bring myself to go back in. Simple recipes are the only way to go for me.
I’m still in the experimental stage with my spiralizer, and still lovin’ it. It’s easy to use and to clean, and I adore the texture it gives to veggies and fruits. I couldn’t resist spiralizing the sweet potato for this dish. But if you don’t have a spiralizer, just dice the sweet potato fairly small.
soft 6 inch tortillas,
ground beef or turkey or even ground chicken,
season of your choice (taco seasoning or season salt n pepper),
mild cheddar Colby jack and Monterey Jack cheese,
Cajun season (for cheese sauce) and sour cream to top
brown meat and drain grease, season meat to taste.to make cheese sauce bring heavy cream and butter to a boil and slowly add cheese until thickens. Add Cajun season to spice. With red onion green pepper tomatoes and cilantro dice up to make pico and season to taste. In aluminum pan layer tortilla, meat, cheese, pico, and continue for 3 4 layers on the top finish with the last of the meat pico cheese and bake in oven for 20 mins on 400 once finish let cool down and top with sour cream and diced scallions