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"Awesome!!! I added a little flour to thicken the sauce. Next time I will make a double...or even triple batch and freeze it for a quick dinner on a crazy night."
"This is the perfect make-ahead recipe. I prepared all of the ingredients, put them in the fridge, got home from Girl Scouts and threw it together in a jiffy!"
"Perfect! The oven takes so long to bake anything that my kids have to eat in shifts (and they eat multiple portions). This is perfect. It is quick, easy and DOES NOT make a mess!!! Thanks for this simple recipe!"
"Very good crust that rose nicely. I did not have problems with stickiness, as I added extra flour while I kneaded. Next time I use this recipe, I will add more seasoning to the crust to give it more flavor."
"This was very easy to make and better than any enchilada I have had in a restaurant. This says a lot, since I live in Texas with an abundance of Mexican food. Definitely a keeper!"
"I really had to doctor up this recipe in order to get any flavor. I added extra italian herbs so that it did not taste like watered down tomato paste."
"My kids ate this spinach in massive quantities. They loved it! My husband even liked it! I prefer the taste of fresh spinach, so I used it. I just used a paper towel a couple of times to absorb extra moisture. Tasted even better as leftovers."
"I added tomato sauce instead of water. I also added a little chili powder and worchershire sauce. I used extra leand turkey sausage instead of ground beef. This recipe lends itself to a little tinkering. Very easy meal to prepare ahead of time and reheat for dinner. Will keep it in my repertoire for evenings where we will be home late and I w..."
"Extremely easy and cheap to make! I wanted a more intense color, so I used acrylic paint instead of food coloring. I just added a little paint to the water, then mixed with remaining ingredients. It definitely made a more vibrant color than food coloring."