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I am a firm believer that it is casseroles like this that keep a family around the dinner table laughing, joking, and enjoying one another’s company.
The other day, I was poking around my favorite food bloggers lovely website and came across this truly amazing casserole recipe. Barbra over at Bless Us O Lord never lets us down when it comes to amazing eats. This lady should seriously be the next Paula Deen. Anyway, her recipe for Mexican tamale casserole had me drooling when I saw the picture. From the melty cheese to the chunks of tender chicken, I was sold. Come to find out, this recipe is seriously easy to follow, too. How could a mother ask for more?
My husband and kids really enjoyed this yummy recipe and my hubby even asked me to set some aside so he’d have a portion to pack in his lunch for work the next day. Talk about a winner of a meal!
Recipe and photo courtesy of O Bless Us O Lord.
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Quick Tip: Do you have leftover chicken on hand? Feel free to use it in this recipe to make this casserole even more economical!