I say "Mexican-style" for the sake of simplicity. This is not meant to be indicative of actual Mexican food or authentic Mexican cuisine; the ingredients used are, however, often used in Mexican food.
Six tortillas, a can of diced tomatoes, seasoning salt and creole seasoning, along with three tablespoons of butter and a cup and a half of cheese yielded the latest scrumptious dish.
The resulting dish, pictured above, was tangy and filling all at the same time. In fact, I ate most of it yesterday…!
To make it, cut up the tortillas into long strips.
Boil 3 or so cups of water (you may need to add more).
Add the seasoning and butter before you begin to boil the water.
Add the tomatoes.
Add the tortillas, and wait for them to become really thickened. Make sure you let enough of the water to boil out so that the soup thickens.
Add the cheese.
And voila! Delicious, filling meal.
Try out the recipe, and please note that you can change the spices and levels of ingredients according to taste. (Who doesn’t?)
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