Crunchy, sweet and addictive. I have suggested the 24 oz size package of tortilla, however, any size package may be used depending on the size and amount you would like to make. Therefore, cooking times will vary.
This week at The Forest Feast, I needed to use up some chard from the nearby farmer's market, so I cooked up a big skillet Tortilla Espanola. This dish is usually made with just potatoes and onions, but I like to add some greens — it becomes almost like a crustless quiche. The addition of the colorful chard lightens the dish a bit, but is still quite filling. I like that this meal is made in a single pan and works well for breakfast, lunch or dinner!
We're pretty much obsessed with make-ahead meals at Pillsbury, so we created this cheesy Mexican-inspired casserole specifically to be a freezer-friendly dinner. (We've even included instructions for baking it straight from the freezer as well as defrosting it first.) So whether you make it for dinner tonight or prep it now for a time-saving freezer meal later, you're guaranteed delicious results.
After that luxurious hamburger dinner last night, I needed to feel healthy today. I had some leftover corn tortillas and pantry ingredients to make a spicy hummus. The kids love it too! The Smoky Hummus recipe includes a spice blend from www.spice-appeal.com called Vindaloo - its an Indian spice blend that contains mustard seeds, cumin seeds, ...