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Old 11-12-2008, 12:05 PM   #1
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Chiliquiles, RB style

A friend made these and I watched him like a hawk. Hope I got it right, with only a few changes since it seems there are many ways to do these.......

Start by frying stale white corn tortillas


Then start making layers in a baking dish of the torts, a mix of chili sauce and tomatoes with green chilis, saute'd onions and garlic, and some cheese. Once it all layered in top with more cheese, tomato, and some tomatilla sauce.





Then pop in the oven at 400 till it bubbles, about 35 minutes. Top with some sour cream and eat!





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looks yummy!
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Old 11-12-2008, 12:49 PM   #3
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One word - Metamucil

Looks Yumscrumbleisish
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Old 11-12-2008, 02:36 PM   #4
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Looks great man but with all that cheese, I'd be clogged for days. Bet I'd get a lotta good reading in though.
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WOW nice chow! Id scarf that down in a heart beat.
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Looks and sounds great!
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Old 11-12-2008, 05:33 PM   #7
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Oh my lordy now doesn' that look goooooooooooood.

Would be killer at a party.
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That looks very tasty!
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Well thought the warden makes a purty good Mexican Casserole..but think it be a close race compared to this one. Now would kindly appreciate your definiton of "chili sauce." That phraseology covers a lot of territory. Thanks.

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Well thought the warden makes a purty good Mexican Casserole..but think it be a close race compared to this one. Now would kindly appreciate your definiton of "chili sauce." That phraseology covers a lot of territory. Thanks.

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I used 'Bennetts Original Chili Sauce' with a can of diced tomatos whit green chilis. It was a little 'tangy' for my taste and not near hot enough. But the wife was hungry so I kept it mild.

Maybe I could get some 'warden' Mexican caserol some day??
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