Hearty Mexican Casserole

I made this wonderful Mexican casserole last night.  Hubby, daughter, and I loved it.  You can find the recipe here:

http://thesouthernladycooks.com/2012/01/21/hearty-mexican-casserole/

I chose not to make the cornbread topping, but simply sprinkled shredded mozzarella and cheddar cheese on top of the casserole after it was cooked.  I didn’t broil the cheese, either.

Tip: To prevent flatulence, always rinse the black beans in a colander first.

You will love the aroma and flavor of this entrée.

Cheers!

12 Responses to “Hearty Mexican Casserole”

  1. Suzanne Says:

    That looks good. Thanks for the tip

  2. DJan Says:

    It does look good, Gigi. I am a fan of those cheeses myself.

  3. Jeanie Says:

    This looks really good….my family loves all kinds of Mexican food so I will have to try this casserole sometime when we get together.

  4. SchmidleysScribbling Says:

    Black beans and corn, I love the mix. If you use lo-fat cheese you can even do one for WW.

  5. Palolo Says:

    Best to drink lots of ginger ale with this dish. It looks so good.

  6. NRIGirl Says:

    Looks delicious! Just the fact you are cooking shows you are recovering and getting back to normal. That’s wonderful Gigi!

  7. DrumMajor Says:

    I’ll be over for a taste test!
    I’m assuming the doc (you know, the good-looking guy that was a football player,) said it was ok to drive anytime, right?
    DrumMajor

    • gigihawaii Says:

      Actually, he didn’t say anything about it, and I didn’t ask. The pre-op nurse told me recovery would be in 4-6 weeks, whereas the surgeon’s medical assistant told me it would be in 2 weeks. The pre-op nurse told me that I might find it difficult to press on the gas pedal because of my surgery. What I discovered is that the seat belt hurts my navel when I strap it on. That is the chief problem as far as I am concerned.

  8. Christine Says:

    I always save her recipes, looks great Gigi.

  9. DrumMajor Says:

    Just a thought Gigi:
    Place the horizontal part of the seatbelt across/below/under your abdomen, tucked above your thighs. Still keeps you protected without hurting the surgery.
    I can still hear my Dad telling women this, back in the days when seat belts were “optional.”
    Yep, still wear your seat belt.
    DrumMajor

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