I had plenty of fruits, veggies, grains, and baking supplies. Protein? Meat? Hmmmmm.
I see peanut butter and tuna fish. Did you know that tuna fish has a shelf life of only 2 years? Yikes. I was in trouble...
Sadly, we are not a bean-loving family. I couldn't imagine, in an emergency, living off of peanut butter and tuna fish. Ughhhhh.
My motto has always been...."Store what you eat.....Eat what you store."
Upon opening the can, I was pleasantly surprised to see whole chunks of beef, very little fat, and some broth.
and a little bit of my Homemade Enchilada Sauce. You can see how easily this beef shredded.
and warmed up my flour tortillas by putting them on a plate, covered with plastic wrap, microwaved for about a minute.
I repeated the process until I had 6 large enchiladas filling the pan. I covered the enchiladas with the remaining Enchilada Sauce.
You want to make sure the sauce covers every little bit of flour tortilla, to keep it nice and soft.
The verdict? A very tasty, beefy enchilada. I thought they were good, although they were a wee bit on the salty side. I think I will rinse and drain the beef the next time.
I'm more of a chicken enchilada gal, but I'll happily serve these to my beef-lovin' men!