Working Mom to Homemaker

Embracing The Change

Crunchwrap Supreme

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Ingredients (for a basic Crunchwrap Supreme):
  • Large (burrito size) tortilla shells
  • Small tostada shells (or as FB,HK used, tortilla chips)
  • Queso sauce
  • Pre-cooked taco meat (I obviously used beef)
  • Shredded lettuce
  • Shredded cheese
  • Sour cream
Other options could include, but are certainly not limited to:
  • Taco Sauce (I usually poor some on as I go)
  • Jalapenos
  • Bell or banana peppers
  • Black or refried beans (which I’ve tried and really enjoyed)
  • Olives
  • Tomatoes (which are actually in Taco Bell’s version)
  • And whatever else you think might appeal to you!

Directions:

    1. Warm your tortilla in the microwave to make it soft enough to bend
    2. Put a dollop of queso sauce in the center of your tortilla, but be sure to leave a wide edge so you can wrap it around later
    1. Spoon some taco meat on the cheese (this is where your beans would go, too, if you wanted to add them)
    1. Place the tostada shell, corn tortilla, or a couple tortilla chips on top of the meat (depending on the size of the shell you may have to break it to make the center of your crunchwrap a little smaller so it will close)
    1. Spoon a dollop of sour cream and spread over the shell
    2. Sprinkle some shredded lettuce and shredded cheese on top (this would also be the place for any peppers, tomatoes, etc.)
  1. Wrap the edges up toward the center until they close around your filling (if it won’t cover it all, tear a piece off another tortilla to cover the top and wrap the edges around it)
  2. With some ninja quickness flip the crunchwrap into a warm non-stick pan, fold side down. Lightly pressed down with your spatula to seal the folds and brown. It won’t take long
  3. Carefully flip it over once the edges are sealed and lightly brown the bottom side. This won’t take long either because really, you’re just warming that yummy, gooey queso on the bottom
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December 1, 2012 - Posted by | Main Dishes

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