Enchilada meatball casserole

mary hendricks


Easy recipe with good flavor. You can make your own cooked meatballs or use the frozen from the store. I cheat and use the frozen. If using frozen just mix in no need to thaw if precooked.
You can also add a drained can of corn
You can make this vegan with the plant based meatballs .. Any kind is useable.
Top with sour cream. Diced tomatoe. Green chilies. Jalapenos .. Diced onion . chives. Whatever you like or just eat as is!


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20 Min
40 Min


How to Make Enchilada meatball casserole


  1. Cook rice as directed. I like using the Spanish rice or yellow rice but white rice will work too
  2. Mix meatballs . Rice. Enchilada sauce. Drained beans and 1 cup or cheese. If adding corn do it now. Pour into 9x 13 inch pan . Cover with foil and bake 350° for 30 minites
  3. Remove foil and spread remaining cup of cheese on top. Return to oven for 5-10 minutes or until cheese has melted.
  4. Let rest for 10 minutes and serve. You can top with a dollop of sour cream. Green chilies . Jalapenos or green onions. This freezes well!

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