Beef Enchilada with sour cream

Beef Enchiladas

Zoë: ‘Enchiladas are one of the first things that come to mind when you think of Mexican food and in my opinion they wipe the floor with burritos and tacos. I love that the tortilla is baked and smothered in salsa and cheese. Enchiladas are so simple to making them great to serve up at dinner parties with a Mexican side salad. – get stuck in’

These Beef Enchiladas take: 30 minutes

Beef Enchilada with sour cream
Beef Enchilada with sour cream

Get it:

Half a red onion, diced

One clove of garlic, crushed

500g of ground beef

Half a glass of red wine

Four large tomatoes, diced

Two tablespoons of Worcestershire sauce

One teaspoon of oregano

One teaspoon of paprika

One teaspoon of cumin

Salt and pepper to taste

One tablespoon of tomato puree

Four corn tortillas wraps

Lots and lots of grated Cheese

One or two spring onions, thinly sliced

Two large cups of salsa 

Enchilada's fresh out the oven
Enchilada’s fresh out the oven

 Make it:

1. In a saucepan on a medium heat. Cook the onion, garlic and mince until the mince is fully browned

2. Add in the tomatoes, Worcestershire and herbs. Stir in and add the puree and wine and cook for around 15 minutes until the wine has reduced

3. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees. Wrap the beef in the tortilla and layer into an oven dish. Sprinkle over half the cheese, layer over the salsa and then add the remaining cheese. Sprinkle over the spring onion and bake for 15- 20 minutes. The cheese should be lovely and golden

These are so quick and easy – spicy chicken is also a great alternative to beef.

This dish serves: 4 people

Tip: Lay a tortilla at the bottom of the oven dish to stop the enchiladas sticking to the bottom.

Mexican Flag Enchilada's
Mexican Flag Enchilada’s!



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