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Sear roast and cover generously ... roast, add the enchilada sauce. Rinse cans ... 2 pans of enchiladas. Freeze one ... for freezer to suit your needs.)
Spoon 3 tablespoons ... skillet. Blend in beef, chilies, cumin and enchilada sauce. Simmer 10 ... filling also can be used for tacos, enchiladas, or tamales.
Combine enchilada sauce and chopped ... remaining sauce over enchiladas; sprinkle with ... hot. If using roast, bake tightly ... containers. Seal and label.
Heat oil in fry pan. Quickly fry tortillas on both sides, just enough to soften. Place between paper towels to drain excess oil. Use at least 6 paper ...
Spoon 3 tablespoons ... skillet. Blend in beef, chilies, cumin and enchilada sauce. Simmer 10 ... filling also can be used for tacos, enchiladas or tamales.
Combine roast beef, green chilies and enchilada sauce. Simmer for ... mixture to shells, sprinkle with cheese and roll up. Makes approximately 6 burritos.
(Makes 2 dozen good sized enchiladas.) In skillet: brown ground beef until redness disappears. Add can of roast beef (juice too) ... with beans and or rice.
Place pork cubes, ... make burritos. Boil beef in 2 cups ... sauce is hot when smothering burrito. Delicious. Can serve with jalapeno slices if desired.
Saute onion, green ... oil. Dip in enchilada sauce. Fill with ... apart. Sprinkle some cheese over top of enchiladas and bake for 30 minutes at 350 degrees.
Boil roast until done or ... roll up. Lay enchiladas in pan and ... chopped tomatoes can be tossed over enchiladas before serving. Makes 12 to 18 enchiladas.
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