Hey everyone… I hope all is well in your neck of the world. It’s been about a week with no posts so I figured, I need to get something out there. Lol. Truth be told, I’ve just been making re-runs or we’ve been eating out. So, nothing new. I’ve featured beef enchiladas before but this one is a little bit different.
Here we go…
Brown up some ground beef, about two pounds.
Add a capful (2 Tbs) of your favorite taco/chili seasoning. Mine is Wahoo Chili seasoning.
Add some cheddar cheese, about 2 cups.
Now, I made half of these with beef, cheese, and sour cream (1/2 cup).
And the other half with beef, cheese, and a can of diced tomatoes.
Pour some green enchilada sauce on the bottom of a baking dish…
Scoop some meat mixture into a fajita sized shell.
Roll up and add to your baking dish. Pour some green enchilada sauce over.
Into a pre heated 450 oven for 30 minutes and…
This rocked! Beefy, cheesy, a little spicy… Everything you could want. 🙂
Enjoy, my friends!
The Tastefully Simple guy
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