This is in regular rotation at our house - perfect for a weeknight dinner when the last thing you want to do is cook. I recommend using low-sodium beans and salsa as the sodium can add up quickly if you're not careful. The fresh cilantro and lime are key - they make the dish really special. I serve this with a green salad with a citrusy dressing and avocado it's a great light summery meal.
Pretty good I liked it okay but I couldn't really taste the shrimp because the refried beans have such a strong flavor. Also the shrimp were pretty chewy from cooking for so long. I wonder if raw shrimp wouldn't work better Also black beans instead of refried beans as earlier poster suggested. I served with cilantro and a dollop of sour cream. Pros: Healthy lowfat simple Cons: Bland
Great dinner for the boyfriends parents -cook raw shrimp with half an onion until shrimp are pink - heat the refried beans on the stove - do not add shrimp to microwave mixture -layer dish pan with enchilda sauce than put on 1st layer of tortillas than put on first layer of beams than shrimp than corn mixture than layer of cheese than cover with a layer or tortillas and repeat layers.-á -put on top coat of tortillas and follow recipe Not as healthy as the original but it taste great!! Pros: Filling good flavor easy to make light Mexican food Cons: Had to make a lot of little changes to the recipe but it turned out amazing!
We made four trays of this for a buffet lunch after a graduation ceremony. It was great. With thirty people we only had one tray left. We had 3 guests ask us for the recipe. I read the comment about the microwave and released that we heated it on the stove top instead of the microwave. Otherwise we followed the recipe.
Flavorful and filling This is an excellent recipe. One serving is very filling and is packed full of flavor. I added chopped jalapenos and a bit of jalapeno juice as I like spice and that did the trick.