Cobre Valley Casserole

Cobre Valley Casserole

"We live in southeastern Arizona, in a part of the state known as Cobre Valley. 'Cobre' is a Spanish word for copper, which is mined here. Variations of this recipe have been enjoyed in this area for many years."
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45 m servings
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  1. In a large skillet, cook beef, celery and onion until meat is browned; drain. Stir in taco mix, water, beans and green chilies if desired; mix well. Pour into a 2-1/2-qt. baking dish. Bake, uncovered, at 350 degrees F for 30 minutes or until heated through. Top with cheese, green onions, tomato, olives and chips.

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Awesome. My family loved this. I did chop a green pepper and drained a can of "mexicorn" and added it to the bean mixture. Baked it and instead of serving like a casserole (which to me didn't ...

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Basically a really large amount of bean dip. It was good, but I wouldn't make it as a meal. More of an appetizer. Nothing too special, it might be better layered.

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Awesome. My family loved this. I did chop a green pepper and drained a can of "mexicorn" and added it to the bean mixture. Baked it and instead of serving like a casserole (which to me didn't ...

This was a hit with my family. I served this with lettuce and sour cream and it was like a taco salad. I used Taco Seasoning I by Bill Echols and a small can of mild Hatch chiles. I only used 1 ...

This was great! my family loved it, the kids called it "the bomb" an my husband said "its like a big not so messy toastada" I will be making this one again.

loved this recipe and lost it for a while. I did change it a bit left out the olives and crushed tortilla chips. Used as a burrito filling with avocado and lettuce. Hubby loved it.

Basically a really large amount of bean dip. It was good, but I wouldn't make it as a meal. More of an appetizer. Nothing too special, it might be better layered.

Your recipe tasted very good and I will thank you for letting me see it.

This was great! Quick and easy. I left out the olives since no ones a fan of them, and next time I'd probably add half a pepper. I'm looking forward to using the left overs as either burrito ...

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