Hi, my name is Rachael, and I'm a Taco Bell addict.
This addiction can seem harmless and minimal at times; however, my quickly-approaching-thirty-year-old body can't quite keep up anymore. Whenever I go to Taco Bell, I get sick. I'm too old for that stuff.
So I decided to make a copy-cat recipe of their Crunchwrap Supreme. To be honest, I've never had one before, but Tim swore by them before he lost the 90 lbs., so I thought it was worth a shot. Holy moly. It was amazing. And I'm not a huge ground beef fan. We will definitely be making these again.
I know that the right thing to do would to be to write more, but Judah is finally asleep, and this mamma needs a nap. Enjoy!
- Large tortillas
- Small tostada shells or regular hard taco shells
- Ground beef
- Taco seasoning
- Mexican cheese
- Sour cream
- Shredded lettuce
- Cooking oil
Cook the ground beef with the taco seasoning.
Pour some cooking oil into a pan and turn heat to high.
On a separate plate, start the layering. Start with the large tortilla.
Spread some queso.
Add some ground beef.
Add the tostada shells or, in my case, break a regular taco shell in half and layer.
Add another layer of beef and taco shell, and top off with sour cream.
Sprinkle on some Mexican cheese.
I wrapped it up but realized I had so much filling I had to flip it and add another tortilla. I didn't use any crazy method...I just folded it up so that everything stayed inside.
Flip open side down in the pan with the cooking oil. Let cook for a few minute, lifting up the edge and checking occasionally until browned.
Flip and brown the other side.
This was really amazing and surprisingly filling. I can eat with the best of 'em, and one of these was more than I could handle.
Love and no-mo-Taco-Bell,