By Robin from Washington, IA
I make what I call a Mexican Casserole that is similar to this but takes a little less time. I brown a pound of ground beef; when meat is almost totally cooked, I add a cut up large onion and saute until meat is completed done. I drain this and place 1/2 into a casserole. I then add a layer of corn chips or nacho chips (this is a way to use the stale ones up) and a layer of sharp cheddar that has been grated. I then layer the remaining beef, chips, and cheese. I mix one can of mild enchilada sauce with one can of water, stir together and pour over casserole. I bake at 350 degrees F for about one hour (covered with foil). I remove foil, sprinkle another layer of cheddar on top, and bake until cheese is melted and a little browned. Serve with a salad - makes a good meal! (02/14/2008)
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