Recipe by JDOG64_98
"This is an easy-to-make skillet dinner with a Mexican flavor."
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8 (6 inch)
corn tortillas, torn into strips
canned mild enchilada sauce
sliced black olives
chopped green onions
shredded Cheddar cheese
Quick, easy and good!
Making this delicious AND nutritious is a no brainer:
1. Substitute ground turkey for ground beef
2. No margarine~use olive oil or canola
3. Eggbeaters for whole eggs
4. Low or no fat sour cream (and use less than 2 cups!!!)
5. Low or no fat cheese
Using these substitutions should make this much less fattening!
I wasn't too crazy about this one - the tortilla strips became very dry and didn't blend in well with the rest of the dish. And although it tasted allright hot off the stove, it seemed stale and unappetizing after only a short while and nobody felt like a second helping.
I made this for Husband's breakfast, and he said it was "delicious." I used Jimmy Dean sausage instead of ground beef, and I eyeballed the other ingredients. After browning the tortilla strips, I removed them from the skillet, and stirred them in immediately before serving - this avoided any sogginess. I also sprinkled some freshly snipped cilantro on top. Awesome recipe. Will definitely make again. Thanks so much!
My family loved this recipe. I did change the ingredients though. I used flour tortillas, turkey meat and salsa instead. It was really good. Will definetly make again(using the same substitutions)
Very good - we'll be making this one again!
I used flour tortillas and seasoned the ground beef while cooking, but otherwise followed the recipe exactly.
It was quick, easy, appealing-looking, and tasty. My husband prefers spicier foods and topped his with hot sauce; those seeking to feed a spice-loving crowd could season the meat with a little taco seasoning and use hot enchilada sauce and pepper jack cheese, with pico or hot salsa to top. I liked it just fine as written, though; it was not bland. It seems like an affordable, use-what-you-have-onhand kind of recipe, and is going to become comfort food in our house!
4 out of my 5 kids loved this. It was easy and I found it by typing in the ingredients I had on hand. I wish I had drained the beef better as it was a tad on the greasy side. Scrumptious though!
This is a great recipe. I've used flour tortillas instead of corn both times I made it. The second time I made it I put chopped tomato on with the onion and black olive and served it with thinly sliced lettuce.
I'm rating my own recipe, but it's a favorite of mine. It looks pretty in the skillet but turns a little messy on the plate.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 453
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