Dorito Beef Casserole

Dorito Beef Casserole

Dorito Beef Casserole
Dorito Beef Casserole

If you're looking for an easy weeknight dinner casserole recipe, then you simply must try this Dorito Beef Casserole. This tasty Mexican-inspired casserole is incredibly moist. Stocked full of cheese, beef, and beans, this delicious casserole is lined with multiple layers of crushed Doritos, which adds just the perfect amount of crunch to an otherwise creamy, gooey casserole. The Doritos also add an extra layer of cheese, so this dinner recipe is certainly not lacking in everyone's favorite food.

Serves4

Cooking Time35 min

Cooking MethodCasserole, Oven

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When you talk about beef, cheese, beans and Doritos in a recipe, you have my attention. This Dorito Beef Casserole is the perfect combination of all the Mexican flavors you love. It is creamy and crunchy, beefy and cheesy...how can you go wrong? I served it over rice, of course, and I also added a tossed green salad that I that I put Doritos in, istead of croutons, just to bring it all together.

I like Mexican food. Beans always make a dish go further so you can feed the family and they will be full. I think adding Doritos is an awesome idea. Imagine the chilli ribs flavor in this dish? It looks so good I must make it soon. I will serve it with a nice garden salad.

I was a bit surprised to see the plain Doritos featured in this recipe, because for the longest time they completely disappeared from the shelves around here. Nacho Cheese and Cool Ranch were the only ones I could find. I think I'd do a mix of the Nacho Cheese and Cool Ranch flavors for the chip layers. I love the serving suggestion of rice and tortillas on the side.

I love the different textures. It has great flavor. It is not great for reheating because the Doritos get really mushy. If you don't care about the crunch, the flavor is still really good. I grow my own Chili peppers so I used a pint jar of my canned tomatoes and a chopped chili pepper in place of the rotel tomatoes. Still great that way.

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