I didn't have all the correct ingredients, so I am grateful the foundation of this recipe was right on the money, otherwise my variations would have been horrible, as it turns out, my changes enhanced a great recipe. So first, I didn't have chilli without beans, in fact I didn't have any chilli to speak of, nor did I have chopped tomatoes, or green onions, or chilli peppers or enchilada sauce. Ok so needless to say I took the remaining ingredients, plus added tomato paste, three cups of water, a package of taco seasoning, cream of chicken soup, and cook it all together in a large pot, once everything was cooked down, I added 1 cup of salsa and 1 can of diced tomatoes and peppers, the generic rotell tomatoes. Anyway, I layered the bottom of a large casserole dish with the sauce, then placed one tortilla over it, layered with sauce and cheese and layered with another tortilla, until all ten were used. I put it in oven at 350 for 30 minutes to cook tomatoes all the way down. Then I served it over a bed of shredded lettuce with a spoonful of sour cream on top, wow too die for, the wet burrito idea was great, next time I will make it as designed, but I am glad I was able to overcome the missing ingredients.
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I didn't have all the correct ingredients, so I am grateful the foundation of this recipe was...