Recipe by Campbell's Kitchen
"In just a minute or so, dinner is ready to pop in the oven! Pace® Picante Sauce joins tomato soup, chicken and cheese and is layered in a shallow casserole with corn tortilla pieces. The flavors marry perfectly in this quick and easy dish."
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1 (10.75 ounce) can
Campbell's® Condensed Tomato Soup (Regular or 25% Less Sodium)
Pace® Chunky Salsa or Pace® Picante Sauce
cubed cooked chicken or turkey
8 (6 inch)
corn tortillas, cut into 1-inch pieces
shredded Cheddar cheese
i had everything on hand, taste was pretty good, and my husband liked it. next time i will add some more veggies. i also topped with sour cream
Actually a pretty decent recipe, and so easy I don't care if it's not gourmet. I've also made this successfully with leftover cooked rice instead of the tortillas, which makes this a great follow-up to a roasted chicken, rice and veggie dinner. Also lends itself to throwing in diced fresh veggies to add some nutrition. My husband called it "grubbin'".
This was very good and simple. I did use corn tortillas it tasted just like and authentic restaurant enchilades. I may add some mexi-rice next time. It did need something abit more. And I dressed mine with chopped green onions. and served with a side of sour cream.
a very tastey, quick dinner! I use flour tortillas and I usually add a can of chili beans as well!
This was really good! I mixed all of the ingredients, and just barely tossed them with the corn tortillas. I also baked it uncovered. It wasn't soggy at all, and the family loved it. Very easy!!
The first time I made this, I used flour tortillas, big mistake, makes it soggy, but with the corn tortillas it was amazing!
This was really easy to make and very tasty! You simply MUST add a can of black beans to the mix. It really adds a lot to the dish. It's even better if served with tortilla strips or Fritos, and a small dollop of sour cream. I know it's not as healthy with the extra chips, but it gives it that crunch factor. Yum!! :)
Very easy recipe that is tasty. I did use flour tortillas instead. My picky kids even like it.
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