Every Sunday morning routine seems to reign. Retrieve paper from the neighbor's driveway, separate the sections, look at the advertisement circulars, complain that nothing good is on sale, and then ask hubby what he wants for dinner this week. He almost inevitably responds, "Tacos". Or maybe, just maybe - he'll say "something Mexican". If you are like me and get tired of the same-old, same-old tacos . . .try this out. They are fabulous. These can also be made without meat for a yummy meatless meal.
1/2 Can Red Enchilada Sauce (10 oz can - save or freeze the rest)
1 Can Refried Beans (same size can as above, but use the whole thing, please note the weight will be different)
1 - 2 lbs Taco Meat Prepared (I used ground beef)
Shredded Cheese of Choice (I used taco blend)
Taco Fixin's of Choice (lettuce, guacamole, etc)
Step 1: Open up the refried beans and place in skillet. Slowly mix in the enchilada sauce. Heat over medium high heat, stirring occasionally until heated through.
Step 2: Heat up your taco meat if it's not already heated.
Step 3: Assemble. Place a tostada on a plate, spread with the bean/sauce mixture and sprinkle with cheese. Garnish with all your favorite taco fixin's!