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The Easiest Mexican Dinner You’ll Ever Make
This Easy Chicken Enchilada Casserole brings all of the flavor without all of the hassle. With just four ingredients and a few basic steps, you can have a Mexican-style meal for six on your table in just over an hour.
I do enjoy my Mexican and Tex-Mex cuisine, but preparing each individual serving yourself (or even, in the case of basic tacos, setting things up for people to serve themselves) can be more than a bit of a hassle. The easiest solution for this is to combine everything into a casserole, as this chicken enchilada casserole recipe does. It’s simply good Mexican flavor without much hassle or effort at all!
This is also the perfect dish to serve for a large crowd. You can easily double the ingredients and make this in two casserole dishes – that’s plenty for everyone at your next get-together! Or maybe you’d just like to have enough leftovers to heat up for lunch the next day..?
Recipe and photo courtesy of Jo Cooks.
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Quick Tip: Serve this meal with Spanish rice and refried beans.