Only 20 min preparation + 30 min cooking
These taquitos are loaded with a beef and bean mixture and served with a cool avocado sauce. You can deep fry them or bake them, but however you make them, you’ll be a hit!
Serving Size / Yield
- 1 C. + 4 tsp. oil
- 1/2 lb. lean ground beef
- 1 C. canned pinto beans, rinsed
- 1 onion, halved and sliced thin
- 2 jalapeno chilies, stemmed, seeded and minced
- 3 cloves garlic, minced
- 1 tsp. ground cumin
- 1 tsp. chili powder
- 1 (8 oz.) can tomato sauce
- 1/2 C. water
- 3 Tbs. fresh cilantro, minced
- salt and pepper
- 12 (6-in.) corn tortillas
- 1 egg, lightly beaten
- Avocado Sauce:
- 2 avocados, halved, pitted and chopped coarse
- 1/2 C. plain Greek yogurt
- 1/4 C. water
- 3 Tbs. lime juice
- 2 Tbs. fresh cilantro, minced
- salt and pepper
Hunting season will be opening very soon in many areas and the excitement is in the air, I am sure most are dreaming that at least a 8 or 10 point buck will happen by there deer blind.
I wish all a safe and good hunt.
This is an easy recipe for venison stew, enjoy!
I just “LOVE” French Onion Soup, it’s one of my favorite soups!
Kale Chips are Healthy and Good!
• 6–8 cups of kale (curly, lacinato, or red Russian all work well)
• 1–2 Tbsp of oil (olive, sesame, or avocado oil all work well)
• salt or seasoned salt
2 cups all-purpose flour1 cup whole wheat flour3 tablespoons powdered milk3 tablespoons sugar1 teaspoon salt1 tablespoon rapid rise yeast3 tablespoons vegetable oil1 cup warm water (120 to 130 degrees F)Extra flour as needed for kneading
Knead the bag with your fingers to mix the ingredients. The should be completely mixed and the dough should pull away from the bag. Remove the dough from the bag and knead it on a floured board until smooth. This should take about 5 minutes.
MASON JAR LID PIES
Makes 12 individual pies
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 45 minutes
Heinz Ketchup Recipe (Copycat)
- 6 oz. can tomato paste.
½ Cup light corn syrup
½ cup white vinegar
½ cup water
1 Tsp. sugar
1 Tsp Salt
¼ Tsp. Onion Powder
1/8 Tsp. Garlic powder Continue reading
I never even given a thought to using plants, trees or their fruit for flour! This article from Off The Grid News explains how. Has anyone made flours out of plants? If so please post in the comments and tell us all what you used and how it tasted please.
We’re accustomed to wheat as the gold standard for making flour. And while we often think of whole wheat flour as different than white bleached flour, the source for both is still wheat.
The challenge with producing your own flour is the amount of acreage needed to plant sufficient wheat, which is also a high-maintenance crop. Growing wheat may distract from more important work, but that doesn’t mean flour has to be off the menu.
In this article, we’re going to cover some common plants and trees that produce various types of seeds and roots that can be crushed into flour. We’ll include information on harvesting, processing, and also some basics about baking. The primary sources we’ll explore include grasses like rye grass, weeds like amaranth, nuts like acorns, and roots or tubers like cattails.