EZ-OUT Enchilada Bake

Sharron Boerum Recipe

By Sharron Boerum slboerum

...just came up with this and made it last night, after looking for a recipe for enchilada casserole using corn or tortilla chips...normally i make it with just "cheese", but my daughter had expressed a desire for some meat, so i opted for an EZ-OUT with fritos and tamales...lol. =^.~=


Recipe Rating:
 1 Rating
Serves:
6-8
Prep Time:
Cook Time:
Cooking Method:
Bake

Ingredients

1 bag
chili cheese fritos
6 count pkg
xlnt tamales (can be left out without noticing much difference)
1 medium
can enchilada sauce (28 oz)
1
lg onion, chopped
1 can(s)
black olives (slice a few for topping)
8 oz
grated cheese, divided
GREEN VERSION -
use green enchilada sauce, regular fritos and monterey jack cheese

Directions

1
Preheat oven to 350. Spray a 9x13 pan w/ cooking spray.
2
Put whole bag of fritos in a large bowl.
3
Unwrap tamales and crumble over fritos. (could use 2 cans tamales in place of XLNT brand)
4
Add chopped onion, olives and half of cheese.
5
Pour enchilada sauce over all and stir/fold everything to coat. Turn out into a 9x13 pan (sprayed w/ cooking spray) Top with second half of cheese and sliced olives.
6
Bake, covered, for approx. 30 minutes or til heated thru. (insert a table knife into center for a few seconds and gauge temp by feeling on lip or back of finger)
7
Can easily be doubled and baked in a disposable roasting pan, or make a batch of each (red and green sauce) and baked side by side in same pan (won't intermingle).
  • Comments

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    Christine Fernandez SuperMom77 - Dec 7, 2011
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    Sharron Boerum slboerum - Dec 8, 2011
    ...thanks Christine, they really turned out great, i had the little that was left for lunch yesterday. =^.~=
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    Dannell Hartung Busdrivermama - Dec 11, 2011
    Hmmmm...what are Xint tamales...and where do you get them...I do know what tamales are, but it that a brand...plus I live in MN...and tamales...hmmmm...not so much, however I am from texas...lol This sounds yummy, but not sure bout tamales and finding them in MN...if I can find canned tamales...maybe...
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    Dannell Hartung Busdrivermama - Dec 11, 2011
    Oooops...just finished ACUTALLY reading the rest of the recipe...will look for canned tamales...lol...
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    Sharron Boerum slboerum - Dec 11, 2011
    ...lol...you could also leave them out or use hamburger, i think, and they would be fine...but just in case, XLNT brand tamales are found near the refridgerated pasta in my store (also near cheese and lunchmeat)...hope this helps! :)