It's not Mexican, I know. That's why I merely called it a super easy casserole.
True Mexican food is not traditionally swimming in some obscure sauce & smothered in cheese. It boats big flavors from fresh ingredients, produce & herbs. Meats are often marinated & grilled, or roasted. Fresh limes, lemons, & peppers of many levels of heat & colors are always at the table for each meal as are flour or corn tortillas. Flat breads like these are intended to be eating utensils.
However, this dish brags items with Spanish named labels, but that doesn't mean this is a Mexican dish, but, it IS tasty none the less!
Everyone will have those busy days, & at the end of it all comes the million dollar question:
'What's for dinner?'
Well, here's something you can throw together to avoid that nasty question!
In a 9x13 pan layer the burritos, as many as you can fit, a little shredded cheese, enchilada sauce, & top with more cheese.
Cover with foil sprayed with nonstick spray so the cheese doesn't stick while baking.
Bake at 350° for about an hour, or until hot & bubbly through out.
Remove foil & bake about 10 min longer to brown the top just a bit.
There you have it! Super easy & very family friendly! :D
Oh, the burritos were not frozen before assembling. This can be assembled while the burritos are frozen, but I recommend keeping the prepared dish in the fridge until the next day. Then just pop it in the oven an hour before dinner time.
Also, this dish is freezer friendly. Assemble with frozen burritos & the rest of the toppings, cover with plastic wrap, then cover with foil, & lable with contents & baking directions. Again, keep it in the fridge over night & remember to remove the plastic wrap before baking. ;)
Easy, casserole, enchilada sauce, burritos