If I could, I’d eat Mexican 5 nights a week. I love nachos, mexican pizza, chalupas, quesadillas, etc… Tuesday’s are deemed Taco Tuesday for us, because we go to Taco John’s every Tuesday for dinner. Tacos are just $.89! If you’ve never been to a Taco John’s before, I’d suggest you go. It’s like a Taco Bell, but they have these potato oles that are to die for and I just love the seasoning on them. They’re really good with nacho cheese.
If you’re trying to cut back on meat these Mexican pizzas are my favorite. I’m not trying to, but if I ever did, I’d eat these pizzas every day a week. I didn’t have high fiber tortillas or fat free re-fried beans, but I’m going to go to the store and stock up on that stuff. You could serve these with a side of rice.
Ingredients adapted from Honey, What’s Cooking?
4 whole wheat flour tortillas
1 can of fat free refried beans
1 teaspoon cumin
1 teaspoon paprika
1 teaspoon of taco seasoning
Oretaga Taco Sauce
2 cups of %2 Mexican Cheese
2 roma tomatoes
1 Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Spray the tortillas with cooking spray
and line a cookie sheet pan with tin foil. Place tortillas on baking sheet
for 10 minutes. Every 5 minutes flip the tortilla so that they get crisp.
2. Place about 1/4 cup of beans on 2 tortillas and add about a tablespoon of hot
sauce. Layer the other tortilla on top of the sauce. Add some sauce, cheese,
tomatoes, and scallions and melt the cheese in the oven. About 5 minutes. Make sure
to keep the oven on to melt the cheese.