For now though, here's what I made for dinner the other night.
I made some Beef Enchilada's the other day after catching Ree Drummond on an episode of Paula Deen's show. If you're not familiar with Ree Drummond, check out her Pioneer Woman website. She also has a cooking show on Foodnetwork for the next few weeks. I'm a big fan of her and check out what's new with her almost daily.
I followed her Beef Enchilada's recipe, well, mostly. I did make a couple of modifications to the enchilada sauce recipe, but that's only because I tasted it and decided that I wanted to make it more something to our taste. And when I served it, it was decided that while it was very good, my DH preferred an old family recipe called Enchilada Casserole over the Beef Enchilada's. However, the enchilada sauce was over the top good. So, guess I'll be augmenting enchilada sauce this way from now on.
Here's the recipe, but first the pictures. And ummm, taking pictures while your hands are gooped up with rolling these, well, it isn't easy, believe you me. However, I persevered, and learned a new trick along the way.
|Brown meat with the onions.|
|Add the canned green chile's.|
|Fried and dipped in Enchilada Sauce Corn Tortilla.|
|Meat on tortilla, (notice the pan it's in)|
|Sprinkled with green onions|
|Add a generous handful of cheese. (this was taken before I realized that the sauce would go all over the place, the rest was prepared in the pan, and it made for an easier cleanup.|
|All rolled up and ready for another one to join it.|
|And here it is, the star of the show.|