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:lol: Beef Enchiladas

The Sauce

¼ Cup Shortening

1 Tbsp Cumin

1 Tbsp Chili Powder

1 8oz Can Tomato Sauce

2 Tbsp Flour

1 Tbsp Garlic Salt

4 Cups Water

In large sauce pan, heat the shortening on medium high until a near boiling

state. Stir in cumin, chili powder, flour and slowly add 2 cups of water while

stirring constantly, as if making a cream gravy. Note: when the cumin, chili

powder, and flour are added to the shortening, the mixture will begin to

thicken quickly, so have the 2 cups of water ready to pour! Stir in the garlic salt

and slowly add the water and tomato sauce. Reduce heat and simmer for 20

minutes covered.

The Enchiladas

12 Corn Tortillas Vegetable Oil

1 Lb Ground Beef ½ Large Onion (diced)

Garlic Salt

1 Cup Grated Colby Cheese

In an oiled skillet, cook tortillas on each side until soft (approximately 10

seconds each side on medium high heat). Set the tortillas aside, stacking to

prevent drying, until cool enough to touch. Note: the tortillas can be soaked

in the sauce for added flavor, but I would note soak for more than 5 minutes,

they may become too soft to roll. Brown the ground beef, drain grease, add

onion and continue to cook until onions are clear. Add garlic salt to taste.

Allow to cool and add cheese to the mixture. Add small amount of ground beef to

center of tortilla and roll. Place in a well oiled 9" x 13" pan. After rolling

all tortillas, pour sauce over enchiladas and bake at 375º for 20 minutes.

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thanks i loved all these recipes! im gonna go home and try them out! :D

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