Sometimes corn tortillas misbehave. They just don’t want to roll and they keep breaking, especially if they aren’t as fresh as they once were. Out of the ashes of broken tortillas arose this recipe. May your tortillas serve you well until the last day of their expiration! (Like many Tex-Mex dishes, this is the same list of ingredients, just in different proportions and repackaged. This is really enchiladas. Shhhh!!!)
1 red pepper
1.5 pounds ground beef (omit if vegetarian and use more beans)
1 can enchilada sauce (Old El Paso)
1/2 to 1 can rotel (depending on your spice tolerance)
3/4 bag spinach
1-2 cans refried beans or use my recipe
1 bag corn tortillas
Salsa, for topping
Cook ground beef. Add 1/2 can of enchilada sauce, rotel, and lime. Grease a 9×13 pan. Put in one layer of tortillas (6). Layer in 1/3 of beef, 1/3 of spinach, and 1/3 of beans. Repeat two more times- tortillas, beef, spinach, beans. You can add in cheese if you can eat it. After the last layer of tortillas, top with remaining enchilada sauce and brush on until all the visible tortillas are covered.
Bake at 375 for 20 minutes. Top with salsa and serve with cilantro lime rice.