I shredded a big block of cheese that my mother in law bought us while she was visiting- we love cheese. I made a pan of taco meat (cooking the ground beef and taking out the fat) and adding the taco seasoning from a packet. Then I added leftover meat already seasoned, and two containers of pre-cooked seasoned rice. All of this made for a huge pan of filling.
1. Put the tortilla on the counter
2. Add piles of cheese
3. Add meat filling (or meat mixed with rice to make it a little more filling at lower cost)
5. Fold over two sides towards center of filling. It is best if they touch but they don't have to.
6. Fold over two remaining open sides and quickly flip over so that opening is held close by the counter.
7. Heat oil in skillet and lower to medium low and add flap side down to the pan to seal the open section.
9. Remove and let rest on paper towels to absorb the grease. Then put them in oven safe dish and top with enchilada sauce (and more cheese is optional but yummy).
I also ate one for lunch without the enchilada sauce just like a hot pocket while I was finishing making dinner. They are a super good way to use up leftovers by adding anything your family would like to the taco meat or making it vegetarian. The even better thing is that you can make these ahead and heat them up in the oven when it is dinnertime. I hope that you enjoy some today and let me know what you think :)