Delicious! Absolutely restaurant quality. Best of all, the recipe is quite forgiving and accommodating, allowing for personal taste preferences and availability of ingredients. For instance, I didn't have enchilada sauce, so used taco sauce. I didn't have refried beans or green chiles, so left them out. I didn't have Mexican-blend cheese, so used mozzarella and a little cheddar. I don't like canned tomato soup, so used canned diced tomatoes. I also spiced up the beef with an envelope of taco mix, in addition to the spices in the recipe. And, thanks to previous reviews, I put them in a 9-by-11 glass baking dish and baked at 350 for 20 minutes. Perfect!! I topped with a dollop of sour cream and used simple diced lettuce and tomato on the side. I made six fat ones and my husband and I ate them all at one sitting. This is a keeper!
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Delicious! Absolutely restaurant quality. Best of all, the recipe is quite forgiving and...