Originally I was to be spending tomorrow evening at an appreciation dinner. Due to sick contagious kiddos I will instead be spending tomorrow night at home, much to my husbands delight. Unfortunately I had nothing planned out, but a plethera of old recipes to choose from, so I think we will be ok.
Vegetarian or vegan burritos
Oh my! I almost forgot about this dish, it was so tasty! I can't believe I haven't made it since.
These are so simple it's ridiculous, even my super A.D.D sleep deprived self can make them.
These are very tasty, and another great taco for hot days. Great for avocado lovers, and well received by those who have tried them.
After having some fajitas in California with just a hint of tequila in them I couldn't resist but try them out on my own. You could most certainly omit this ingredient if you like.
This enchilada sauce is super simple and (check your ingredients) gluten and soy free! Winning! You could use it as a substitute for any enchilada recipe you like.
Looking at this I am thinking I will be making ALL of these in my near future....perhaps I shouldn't blog while hungry.
Nachos - This is another really simple idea, use beans you've made or if you must use canned check out Amy's brand organic refried beans. Let family members add their favorite toppings, jalapeños, avocados, olives, diced onion, grilled veggies....you get the idea. You can make it as simple or elaborate as you like.
Seven layer bean dip....or seven layer bean dip casserole Once again, you can totally customize this to suit your families needs.
Tamales! If you have access to tamales go for it. Be they from your freezer, your favorite restaurant, or your local farmers market (If this is the case I don't wan to hear about it, I'm so jealous you don't even know). Serve with beans and rice.
...No fooling.....I seriously just took a break to make some chips and dip....alright...I'm settled again...
You can easily make your own Mexican pizza in the toaster oven. Brush a corn tortilla with olive oil and toast until crispy. Add toppings such as refried beans, salsa, cheeze, cheese, and olives. Heat again until warmed through. Add more toppings such as chopped tomatoes, lettuce, onion, jalapeños...etc. This has always been a favorite in our house, it's quick, easy, and an excellent meal on a hot day as it doesn't require the use of an oven.
Now that I've made the decision that much harder for myself, I'd love to know what you are planning on making.