September 19, 2012

Homemade Crunchwrap Supreme

I know this is going to sound funny, but the Crunchwrap Supreme from Taco Bell seriously used to be a comfort food for me in high school.

They remind me of high school volleyball games when we would stop at a sea of fast food chains after a game (ironic, no?) and I would almost always choose Taco Bell.

Man my friends and I ate so much fast food in high school. Gross.

Anyway, when I saw this recipe on Pinterest, I had to try it. I always loved the added crunch and this recipe was perfect. Especially since it's made with real beef when you make it at home. Just sayin'.
Homemade Crunchwrap Supreme
Adapted from here
4-6 large flour tortillas (I used La Flor uncooked and cooked them a bit on the stove before using them)

1 lb. ground beef (prepare using this recipe and you won’t be disappointed)
sour cream
shredded cheese or nacho cheese if desired
tortilla chips
tomatoes
lettuce

1. Prepare ground beef according to this recipe.
2. If using regular store-bought tortillas, microwave the tortillas for a few seconds just to warm them up.
3. Take a tortilla and spread some sour cream in the center.
4. Top with ground beef, cheese, lettuce, tomatoes and a few tortilla chips.
5. Then starting on the bottom, fold up the tortilla toward the center and continue all the way around until it is all folded over the top. It WON’T cover the center completely.
6. Carefully lift it up and set it “fold side” down on a heated non-stick pan. Press with a spatula and cook until the folded side of the tortilla is nice and brown. Flip it over and cook the other side. This should just take 30 seconds or so.

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