This is an old Weight Watchers recipe which has been altered and posted on tons of recipe sites… here’s how we did it tonight:
Heb – Tomato Sauce (8 oz)
Goya – Black Beans Low Sodium, 1 container (1 4/5 cups)
Old El Paso – Mild Green Chile Enchilada Sauce – 1 Can
Jennie-O – Extra Lean Ground Turkey Breast, 1.25 pounds
Kraft Natural Shredded Cheese – Mexican Four Cheese 2% Milk, 1 cup
Pillsbury Grands Biscuits – Homestyle Buttermilk – Small Container (5 biscuits)
First thing first, the prep work… this is honestly one of the easiest recipes you’re ever going to find. Your prep work consists of rinsing and draining your black beans and then cutting your biscuits into quarters:
Turn your oven to 350 degrees. Get a 9X13 baking dish and spray it lightly. Set it aside. In a large skillet, brown your turkey. Once it is browned then you’re going to add the tomato sauce, enchilada sauce, and black beans (again, make sure they’re drained and rinsed!).
Once you’ve got everything added, give it a good stir to combine. Now you’re going to add your biscuit quarters and mix everything together before placing in the casserole dish and spreading evenly.
Put the mixture into the oven for 25 minutes. Pull it out and evenly spread 1 cup of the Mexican style cheese over the top. Place it back in the oven for 10 minutes. Take it out again and (In-N-Out, In-N-Out… that’s what a casseroles all about…) let it set for 5 minutes to firm up. Makes 6 servings at just under 400 calories each.
Delicious as is, I added a bit of Tapatio to the top of mine as I love Tapatio on all hispanic inspired foods!
Hope everyone enjoys this entry… let us know what you think by commenting below and be sure to come back and let us know if you’ve tried this!
Until next time… happy cooking and enjoy eating!