It’s been awhile since I’ve posted a recipe. Upon our return from our business trip, we were seriously craving ‘home’ food, as in, food that isn’t take-out or solely a microwavable dish. I had four corn tortillas left in the refrigerator from our cinco de mayo meal prior to our trip. I wanted to use them up before their expiration date. I came up with a very easy dish, that tastes amazing.
I present, Easy Tortilla Bake…
For my friends out there who are shy of recipes that require a lot of ingredients or lots of chopping, this recipe is for you. 😉 There are only 5 ingredients and there is no chopping required. For the side dish, I made a microwavable rice that I found in the freezer section.
Easy Tortilla Bake
yield: 2 – 4 servings
☀ 1 can refried beans (I used Amy’s – Mild w/ Green Chilies)
☀ frozen corn
☀ El Pato jalapeno salsa (or your favorite enchilada sauce)
☀ sliced black olives, small can
☀ your favorite Tex-Mex or Spanish rice, optional (I used Rice Expressions)
I served mine by cutting the tortilla bake into fourths, then added some rice and blue corn chips on the side. *For the leftovers, I poured another can of enchilada sauce over the tortilla bake and microwaved it – it was saucy and spicy… delicious!
Until next time…