Mexican add-ins spice up classic mac and cheese in this irresistible five-ingredient casserole. You'll love the combination of green tomatillo salsa, pork sausage, and melty Monterey Jack cheese. Top with tomato slices, jalapeno peppers, and cilantro before serving for extra color and pops of fresh flavor.
For this south of the border twist on lasagna, layer corn tortillas, black and pinto beans, and a spiced-up tomato sauce alongside plenty of peppers and cheese. Bake until golden, top with more cheese, and garnish with your favorite taco toppings.
Tender, seasoned pork is the key to these praiseworthy enchiladas. Let the meat slow cook while you're at work, then assemble and bake the enchiladas when you get home. They're layered with green chile peppers and cheese, then topped with fresh cilantro and tomato.
With a crumbly layer of sweet corn bread on top, this easy hamburger casserole will earn an honored place at your weeknight table. For a fresh touch, garnish with a delicious mix of cherry tomatoes, green olives, corn, and cilantro.
Quick to prepare and brimming with Southwestern flavor, this casserole has a lot to offer. With chicken, seasoned rice, green chiles, and a generous helping of cheddar cheese, you won't believe each serving has fewer than 350 calories.
Good-for-you tilapia gets a leg up from healthy ingredients like cherry tomatoes, golden raisins, and capers. The result? A deliciously different meal you'll want to make again and again.
We've transformed classic tacos into a warm and hearty casserole that can be ready in an hour. Tender sauteed chicken melds deliciously with Monterey Jack cheese, garlic, and veggies for a dish that's overflowing with flavor. A layer of tortilla chips adds a delicious crunch.
Take the fuss out of tamales with a simple casserole that's inspired by the classic Mexican dish. Savory ingredients like raisins, green olives, and a dash of cinnamon lend unique flavor, while a layer of corn bread makes a delicious topper.
"Sopa seca" means "dry soup" in Spanish. It refers to the flash-fried pasta that lends delicious crunch to this traditional and colorful Mexican dish. Our version features chipotle chile peppers, oregano, and creamy queso Oaxaca.
Traditional Mexican ingredients like mole sauce, serrano pepper, and asadero cheese give these vegetarian enchiladas their authentic flair. For a make-ahead meal, you can prepare and freeze for up to one month.
Enchiladas get the homestyle treatment in a bubbly pasta casserole that's brimming with Southwestern-inspired ingredients like jalapeno pepper, refried beans, enchilada sauce, and plenty of cheese.
The unique flavor of medium-heat Hatch chiles makes them perfect for baking and roasting. We've stuffed them with a colorful veggie medley and sauteed shrimp, then added a layer of melted cheese and our cilantro cream sauce.
Corn muffin mix is the key timesaver in this 30-minute, olive-and-beef-loaded, Mexican-inspired dish. Serve in individual casserole dishes, or bake in your trusty 13x9 instead.
Mexican meets Italian in a delicious pasta casserole with chorizo, poblano pepper, black beans, and asadero cheese. Best of all, you can dish it up within an hour.
Enchilada sauce and chipotle peppers give our satisfying black bean enchilada bake its spicy kick of flavor. With only a few ingredients and minimal prep, this is one Mexican casserole recipe you'll want to keep on hand.
For a fun twist on casserole, try a three-layer stack-up with tender beef and chorizo, sauteed onions and peppers, and melty cheese. Add sour cream, tomatoes, and cilantro, then slice quesadilla-style.
Healthy enchiladas? Yes, it's true! Light sour cream and steamed spinach help this creamy, cheesy chicken enchilada bake come in under 300 calories per serving.
This easy make-ahead enchilada casserole is perfect for busy weeknights. Its crispy tortilla crust, creamy garlic sauce, and melty cheese topper make it a delicious choice for a hearty dinner.
Perfectly sweet corn bread wraps up slightly spiced ground beef for an extra-tender meat loaf your family will love. Just spread the corn bread batter over the meat in a pie plate and bake. Then top with sharp cheddar cheese slices and serve with salsa.