It doesn't look like much, but I guess I'm slow because it's taking me a while! The pile is a little smaller now, but there's still some there!
Now for what was cooking for supper the other night. Just your typical easy supper...tacos. This time, though, I made it with ground turkey instead of beef. I used to use ground turkey in a lot of recipes, but we kind of got sick of the taste, so we had to go back to beef. But with all the things that go on tacos, the meat isn't the only flavor. So they turned out really good. One thing that I love is to take some of the taco seasoning packet and mix it with some sour cream. It's awesome! It makes a great kind of tex-mex sauce that I put on my tortilla first and then add on the rest of the goodies. Even though I just used a package of flour tortillas, I have made homemade tortillas before and I thought I would include the recipe. It's really good and easy...just a little more time consuming. We used to make these in Thailand because they didn't sell already made kind in the grocery store in our town. My recipes says it'll make 2-4 tortillas, depending on how big you like them.
- 2 cups flour (often we would use whole wheat flour)
- 3 Tbs. shortening (I use Crisco)
- 1 tsp. salt
- 3/4 cup water (add it last)
Mix first three ingredients together. Make an indention about the size of an egg and put water in. Work in gradualy. Cook about 1 min in a pan...no oil.
Pretty easy, huh?! I think they would be fun to make with kids, too. They're very tasty!