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New food discovery:
- Cream cheese
- Mozzarella (or other meltable cheese of your choice)
- High quality ground beef (or other animal, moose and buffalo are also excellent), approx 1lbs
- Fresh tortillas
- Ground garlic
- Cajun spice powder
- A pan of bacon grease
- OPTIONAL: ginger
- OPTIONAL: basil
Step 1: Get a pan of bacon grease. You can cook the bacon for precisely this meal, but it’s better if you, say, cook bacon for breakfast and then save the grease for dinner. That way, the grease is hard by the time you get back around to it. Adjust bacon grease quantity according to how strong you want the bacon taste to be.
Step 2: Using the same pan you cooked bacon in, cook the ground beef. Be sure to stir and mix the beef well, you want the bacon grease to permeate the meat as much as possible.
Step 3: When meat is finished cooking, either drain the pan or remove the meat from the pan into a bowl thingy. Save the grease for another load of meat, if you like. Mix the garlic, cajun spice powder and ginger into the meat. Mix well.
Step 4: Apply liberal amounts of cream cheese to a tortilla. You want to have a swathe of cream cheese about two inches wide bisecting the tortilla.
Step 5: Add ground beef to tortilla on top of cream cheese. Press the beef down firmly, so that no beef is loose. Add onion (however much you want) and the meltable cheese of your choice. You can add basil at this point.
Step 6: Microwave until cheese is melted. Add tomato. You can add basil at this point as well.
Step 7: “Roll up” the tortilla.
Step 8: Eat it!
Pepper and bacon are also valid ingredients to this meal. They can be added any way you deem fit. Slice the peppers into tiny bits and add them at the same time as the onions, put strips of bacon on top of the meat in step 5, or add bacon bits in step 3, whatever works.
The fresher and higher quality your ingredients, the better this meal will be. Especially the meat and cheese. Avoid Kraft cream cheese at all cost. High quality beef from a butcher is your best option.
The Cajun can be dropped if you want. It’s very spicy, half my family can barely tolerate it.
Other veggies, such as lettuce and spinach, can also be added.
Best eaten with fork/knife. If eaten by hand, highly recommended to fold the outside edges so the contents don’t fall out as you eat it.
Heart Attack Rating: 4