This post is a part of Real Food Wednesday.
And Pennywise Platter Thursday
I'm sharing with you a simple recipe, tasty, as well as being another great way to use up failed or funky tortillas. Sorry, no pictures because we dug into it too fast & the leftovers just did not take a pretty picture- but this recipe is a real family pleaser anyways!
Tortilla Beef Skillet
1 lb. ground beef (could reduce to 3/4 lb. & increase beans to economize)
2 c. kidney beans (preferably dried, soaked, cooked, but 1 can would work too)
3/4 c. salsa (can increase depending on how spicy your family likes it)
1 c. water
4 flour tortillas, torn into 1" pieces
1 c. shredded cheese
optional: 1/3 c. sour cream, 1/3 c. chopped green onions, chopped avocado or tomatoes
Brown meat in large skillet, drain grease (I never need to do this anymore- is it the cast iron or the grass fed beef?)
Stir in beans, salsa and water. Bring to boil & simmer for 5 minutes. Stir in tortillas & top with cheese. Since I used a cast iron pan I turned on the oven to broil and put the pan in for a few minutes so the cheese would have a nice toasted look. Add optional toppings either before serving or on individual plates.
You can serve this as is, or on a bed of shredded lettuce, similar to a taco salad. Now that would probably have been a pretty picture! :)