5 tortillas (large)
150 grams mozzarella cheese
1 cup beans (fried)
75 grams turkey sausage (minced)
2 beef steak
1/2 cups tomato sauce
1/4 cups onions (finely chopped)
1 chili pepper (jalapeño, sliced)
200 grams mushrooms (sliced)
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1Heat a skillet on low flame and add the turkey sausage. Let it cook for 10 minutes and dispose of the fat excess.
2Add the beans to the skillet, let them cook until they are hot, mash them, and remove them from the skillet.
3Grill the beef steaks on the skillet until they are completely cooked on the inside. Remove them, let them cool off for 5 minutes, and chop them into small slices.
4Add the tomato sauce and the sliced beef steaks to the skillet and let it cook on low until boiling, then turn off the stove.
5Grease another skillet with cooking spray and heat it on medium.
6Add the onion and jalapeño pepper, and cook until the onion browns.
7Add the mushrooms to the skillet and cook until all the water that comes out from them has evaporated. Then turn off the stove.
8Heat the tortillas on the skillet until they are warm.
9Place 1 warm tortilla on a skillet at low heat, and spread the beans over it.
10Cover with another tortilla, and spread a layer of vegetables and mozzarella cheese on top.
11Cover with another tortilla and spread a layer of beef and mozzarella cheese on top.
12Cover with another tortilla, spread one more layer of beans on top, and place the last tortilla on top.
13Flip the tortilla tower carefully and let it cook until it browns.
14Serve with guacamole as a side dish.
PER SERVING *
|Calories480Calories from Fat170|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
|Calories from Fat170|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Jennifer H. 7 Jun 2015
Meat lovers will appreciate these piled high tortilla towers. They are a meal all by themselves perfect for game night. Instead of the regular sausage the recipe calls for, I used Mexican chorizo for a little more spice. Ever since I made them once, my family keeps asking for them again.