As the school year starts to creep up and the summer begins to come to a close, we are reminded of the daunting tasks of packing daily lunches, creating dinners that not only taste great but are healthier for you and your family. To help with the back-to-school transition, Azteca Foods, Inc has launched a no preservative flour tortilla line available in fajita, burrito,and mini sized. All Azteca’s No Preservative flour options contain NO high fructose corn syrup, or artificial colors or flavors!
One of my favorite recipes is a (flour tortilla) beef enchilada. I know a lot of people use corn tortillas for enchilada recipes, but I think the Aztea’s flour tortilla taste best. The recipe is super simple, and it’s always a hit! (I use it quite often when we have guest over!)
What you will need:
2 packs of taco seasoning
Azteca flour tortillas
a melting cheese (can be found in Hispanic section at your local store)
Cook your ground beef as you would for normal tacos – adding the seasoning, etc. Add the melting cheese along with the taco meat into each tortilla and roll then line them up in a pan. We usually use about 2 packs of tortillas so about 2 baking pans should do it. After the enchiladas are ready, you throw the sauce together. Taco seasoning, flour and the oil. Stir throughout the pan, adding water (and flour) as needed to get the right consistency (be sure to add an additional package of taco seasoning if you are making a double batch).
After the enchilada sauce is ready, you pour it over the filled tortillas and and bake in the oven for about 20 minutes on 350 degrees. We always like to have re-fried beans as a side (or maybe Spanish rice) and it makes a great meal. Add sour cream, shredded cheese, and green onions for the best flavor.
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