enchiladas to feed a army 🙂. Enchiladas are something that you can easily make a small dish of or make enough to feed an army. They are also great as leftovers after all the flavors have had time to "marry". This is the only recipe our family has used for enchiladas and is always a hit.
We celebrated this year by opening gifts with our families (Via Google Video Chat), then making enough enchiladas to feed an army. Yes, it's just the two of us, but we only know how to cook food in one quantity: army style. Christmas enchiladas were seriously the best holiday food of all time. You can cook enchiladas to feed a army 🙂 using 6 ingredients and 12 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of enchiladas to feed a army 🙂
- You need 10 lb of beef.
- It’s 10 of taco seasonings.
- You need 2 of shredded cheese.
- Prepare 2 can of big enchaladas sauce.
- You need 2 can of big refried beans.
- Prepare 6 packages of flour shells.
They are delicious, easy, and have very little. The UGR-A includes perishable/frozen type entrees (A-Rations) along with commercial-type components. Vegetarians—their ranks within the military are increasing—are catered to with penne and meatless sausage in spicy tomato sauce and vegetable lasagna. And strips of chicken breast smothered in.
enchiladas to feed a army 🙂 step by step
- brown the ground beef in a large skillet, drain all grease.
- add all 10 taco packets, then 5 packets of water (use empty taco packets).
- let that simmer for 20 minutes, stirring.
- heat up the refried beans (stove top or oven).
- preheat oven to 400.
- lay shell flat, smear a small layer of refried beans down the middle.
- then put some taco meat down the middle.
- tuck the corner of the shell then roll it (looks like a burrito).
- repeat steps 6, 7 and 8 until you have pans full or you run out of meat.
- poor enchilada sause over the top of them then sprinkle cheese over the top.
- put in oven for 15 minutes (or until cheese is fully melted).
- take them out and enjoy :).
Enchilada casserole is an easy way to feed an army cheese enchiladas. It has all the flavors of an enchilada plate (cheese enchiladas, beans, rice) but is nicely severed in a square. See more ideas about recipes, meals, cooking recipes. This month was an especially fun challenge to make – enchiladas! My mom always made the best enchiladas when I was younger, and it was one of a number of dishes called "California style" – though I'm not quite sure what that means in terms of enchiladas.