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Really mild but good tacos


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November 15th, 2004, 03:26 PM
ranidae
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I make these about twice a year, because they are not the cheapest meal but we do enjoy it.
for a family of 5 these amounts work great
1.5lbs hamburger
1 roll beef churizo sausage (at least 12oz) (Make sure it is NOT pork)
1 package thin cut smoked ham sandwich meat (chopped)
1 36 count white corn tortillas
1 onion diced
1lb cheese, cheddar, monteray jack, or mexican pre shredded mix
lettuce, tomato, sour cream, salsa, and avocados or guacamole (or if you love them like I do BOTH LOL)

I pre make all the condiments and pre slice all the veggies before starting the meat.
Brown the hamburger in a large skillet, then drain well. While hamburger is draining start rendering down the churizo, once the churizo loses its shape, and turns into a kinda sauce add the onions and ham, then the ground beef. Mix well and simmer on low for 30min. While the mixture is simmering get the tortillas ready, you can dry warm them on a griddle or skillet, you can pan fry them in a little oil for crunchy tacos or I just warm them on the burner for a few minutes them put them in a warm oven with a damp towel over them.

once done just make a buffet line and make the tacos like you would any others. They are a little greasy but not overly spicy. If you want them spicy add some anneheim or jalepeno chilies, or even some Chipotle jalepenos.
Hope you enjoy, I know we do LOL, I just made this last night.
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November 15th, 2004, 04:18 PM
dawn1979
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Those are making my mouth water Rani!!
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