Ground Beef Enchilada. Free UK Delivery on Eligible Orders Check Out Ground Beef on eBay. Fill Your Cart With Color today! These are beef filled tortilla shells baked in a creamy chicken soup and cheese sauce.
Fry until it all softens and begins to brown, then add in beef. Break up with a wooden spoon and fry until brown. You will need cooked ground beef, taco seasoning (try my homemade version) an onion, enchilada sauce, tortillas and shredded cheese. You can have Ground Beef Enchilada using 7 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Ground Beef Enchilada
- It’s 2 (10 oz) of cans (566 gr) Red Enchilada sauce El Paso Mild.
- You need 1272 gr of cooked 90% lean ground beef (4lb raw-cooked and rinsed).
- It’s 2 lbs of frozen sweet corn (907 gr).
- You need 224 gr of Shredded Fiesta Blend Cheese (8-28 gr/1oz servings).
- Prepare 17 of Carb Watch Flour Tortillas.
- It’s 1320 gr of Chunky Mild Salsa.
- It’s of Nutritional information.
Once you have everything together, it's just a matter of assembling the enchiladas. Fill each tortilla with the ground beef mixture and a little cheese. Roll them up and place them seam side down in a baking dish. This dish of enchiladas uses ground beef and cheese as the filling, a flour tortilla, and a mild red sauce.
Ground Beef Enchilada instructions
- Cook beef till no pink remains. In another pot boil a 2 lb bag of sweet corn till done to your liking. Drain.
- Drain and rinse beef. Add back to pot. With salsa, 112 gr of shredded cheese and corn. Mix to melt.
- Add 200 grams of mixture to tortilla, roll tight keeping flap on bottom of pan. Pack tight 9 in one pan and 8 in the other..
- Pour one can Enchilada sauce over entire pan of Enchilada and sprinkle 56 grams of cheese over each pan..
- Bake at 400° for 30 min until cheese is bubbling..
These ingredients make an enchilada that is very easy to make! Roll up enchiladas and place in pan. Cover enchiladas with remaining sauce and cheese and sprinkle with olives. Enchiladas is a classic of Mexican cuisine that is also a really adaptable recipe with loads of variations. Most of the time, people associate it with chicken but we always enjoy it with ground (or minced as we call it) beef.