To make this satisfying, flavorful oldie but goodie, you add spinach to rice and cheese and bake. Getting good flavor is easy. Avoiding oldie but gloppy requires some ingenuity.
Watery tomatoes spell the ruin of a good gratin. We wouldn’t let that happen to ours.
Too often, this Tex-Mex casserole is a gloppy mess. We wanted to replicate the roasted chile flavor, hearty filling, and crisp fried shell of the original—without all the work.
Not every casserole has to be overly heavy and laden with cheese.
This creamy casserole should shout sweet, pure corn flavor.
Recipes using condensed soup and frozen broccoli may move products off supermarket shelves, but they turn this dish into a gluey mess. We set out to revive what ought to be an irresistible casserole.