Cheesy Burrito Casserole
Tortilla’s, ground beef, taco seasoning, onion, refried beans, sour cream, taco sauce, cheese & cream of mushroom soup that is two layers thick in a casserole dish then baked in the oven.
In a large skillet over medium heat
add the ground beef and onion.
Cook until the onion is soft and the
ground beef has no pink remaining.
Add the taco seasoning and stir to combine.
Add the refried beans, stir until hot.
Mixture should be creamy, not in chunks,
and mixed well with the ground beef.
In a medium bowl combine the sour
cream and cream of mushroom soup.
Add the taco sauce and stir to combine.
Spray a 4 quart oven safe
dish with cooking oil.
Spread half of the sour cream
mixture on the bottom of the dish.
Cut or tear 3 of the tortilla into bite size
pieces and place on top of the
sour cream mixture.
Put small spoonful’s of half of the
ground beef mixture on top.
Spread the mixture evenly
over the tortilla pieces.
Top with cheese.
Repeat the steps above starting with
the remaining sour cream mixture
and ending with the remaining cheese.
Bake, uncovered, in a preheated 350 degree
oven for 20 – 30 minutes or until hot
and the cheese is melted.
Cheesy Burrito Casserole
- 6 large tortillas
- 1# ground beef
- 1 small onion, chopped
- 2 Tbsp. taco seasoning (1 packet)
- 1 – 16 oz can refried beans
- 1 – 10½ oz can cream of mushroom soup
- 1/2 cup sour cream
- 1/4 cup taco sauce
- 2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
- extra sour cream & parsley for garnish, optional
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- In a large skillet over medium heat cook the onion and ground beef until the onion is tender and the beef has no more pink remaining.
- Add the taco seasoning and stir well.
- Add the refried beans and stir until creamy, combined and hot. Set aside.
- In a medium bowl stir together the sour cream and soup.
- Add the taco sauce and stir to combine.
- Spray a 4 quart oven safe casserole dish with cooking oil.
- Place half of the sour cream mixture over the bottom of the dish.
- Cut or tear 3 of the tortilla into bitesize pieces and put them on top of the sour cream mixture.
- Place half of the ground beef mixture on top by first placing small spoonful’s all over the top of the tortilla pieces. Using a spoon gently spread the ground beef mixture evenly over the top of the tortilla’s.
- Top with half of the cheese.
- Repeat steps 8 – 11.
- Bake uncovered for 20 – 30 minutes or until the center is hot and the cheese is melted.
- Serve immediately.
Categories: Casseroles, Cheese, Chili/Beans, Ground Beef, Milk Products, Soup, Tortilla
Well doesn’t this look good! Okay I have all these ingredients!
It was delicious Nancy!!! Enjoy as we sure did.
I want it and I want it now.
Hmmmm I think I’ve heard those words before!🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂
This looks awesome! Will definitely have to give it a try. My family would love this.
We loved it, even my granddaughter who is only 9! It makes a lot so we enjoyed leftovers as well. Thank you for your nice comment!
This sounds so good! I’ll be trying this one, too. 😃
Enjoy Michelle it was a fun one to make. My granddaughter really liked it too which surprised me! Thank you❤️
Yumtastic, as literally nobody ever says.
Hahaha Thank you Matt!
Ooooo, looks so yummy and easy to make.
It was fun to make too. I love casseroles if you haven’t noticed…lol Thank you Carla!
Casseroles are the best, and when there are leftovers for lunch the next day, that is even better.
I agree 100!!!! I always try to make enough for leftovers.
Thank you so much!
Looks delicious – my kind of meal (ground beef and cheese and a Mexican flair).
I enjoyed making this one because it was a casserole. I was surprised the grandkids like this one but they did. Thank you Linda!
I think the grandkids associate it with fun stuff like Taco Tuesday – we never had Taco Tuesday when I was growing up. Hmm.
We didn’t either Linda!!!
What a dish!🍽
Thank you! Have a great weekend.
I really don’t understand the stick-to-the-wallpaper-paste of re-fried beans. Who fries beans in the first place. Re-frying? Can you teach me how to make re-fried beans… Or do they grow and double-fry themselves in their tin can on the grocery store shelf. They are only a substrate/filler to accept a good flavour… Just like chick peas/ garbanzo beans. Yuk. Gross on their own, IMun-HO 😉 Are they used in recipes to stretch your meal?
Hahaha I have no idea. I have only used them one other time and that was in a 7 layer salad. I do love garbanzo beans in salads though. But I hate hummus.
In what state do you purchase the garbonzo beans for your salads?
In Ohio, in cans, at the grocery store and we also call them chic peas.
OMG, this looks amazing! I’ll have to try it, as soon as I can update my grocery list. 😉
We all enjoyed it even as leftovers the next day. Thank you and I hope you love it as much as we did.
Ah perfect Friday dinner!
Thank you. Good rainy day idea
You’re welcome. 🌷🌺🌹
Yep! I could totally go for that. And btw, now some of the words are in what looks like Italian! This is so fun! What’s it going to be next?! 😛
HAHAHAHA You didn’t know I am teaching different languages too!
So multi-talented, Diane!
Tell my husband that!🤣😂🤣😂
Looks just as yummy.
It was pretty darn good…lol Thank you!
I am going to try this recipe. I did enjoy your deviled eggs this past Easter
Awww thank you for telling me. 🧡
Diane, you really know how to live. You are my Food Mentor.
Awww you are SO sweet! Thank you!
Thank you for sharing!!!🌹🌷🌺
Diane, this does look tasty. I was reviewing some of my blog posts that you offered comments on. If you have any specific recommendations for any hot sauces for me to review, please drop some in the opening post.
Diane, my blog is solely moderated. Having said that, I am happy to engage in discussions about the items I review. By the way, if you have any suggestions for items that you would like for me to review, please drop those suggestions in the introductory post.