How to make it

  • In a large skillet brown ground beef, and then drain. (I always brown any ground beef with garlic and onions, and this is no exception. That's optional though.)
  • Cut up the flour tortillas into triangular 1/8 pieces. That is quarter them, then cut the quarters in half lengthwise. (I stack all the whole tortillas up, then use a pizza cutter to cut them into triangular 1/8 pieces.)
  • Stir in soup, salsa, corn and water; heat through.
  • Once hot, fold in the tortillas. They often clump up into doughy balls, but that's okay. They're very tasty that way actually.
  • Cook until tortillas are tender, about 3-5 minutes.
  • Pour into a serving dish, and sprinkle the cheese on top.
  • Serve!
  • Freezer: This freezes amazingly well, but I don't add the tortillas or water until I reheat it. I place the cheese in it's own ziploc bag and attach it - and the package of tortillas - to the meal; then freeze.

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  • slevans 10 years ago
    This sounds very good. I will make it today and freeze it for company coming next week. I am on vacation in Florida and just happen to have all the ingredients. Thanks for the helpful freezing tips. I am a new member and am like a kid in a candy store - so many recipes!!!
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  • magnoliasouth 10 years ago
    I can't wait to hear what you think of it. I'm glad it sounds good, but it really is.
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  • modmom50 10 years ago
    This recipe has been bookmarked and I am going to try this very soon. Thanks so much for posting such a yummy sounding easy to prepare dish.
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