These ground beef enchiladas are so incredibly yummy! What makes them so delicious is how the ground beef is prepared. And they’re so easy that you’re going to want to make and eat them often.
When I prepare these ground beef enchiladas, I get so excited! Why? Because the ground beef has a perfect combination of herbs and spices for great flavor and just the right amount of mushrooms and onions to keep the stuffing moist and succulent.
I don’t eat beef often but when I do, I can’t get enough of these enchiladas. (Does that last statement remind you of the Dos Equis beer guy?)
I especially love them smothered in my chunky enchilada sauce. Combine that with the soft flour tortillas and you’ll do cartwheels in celebration!
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- You will have extra veggies so don’t add them all to the ground beef. It’s nice to have extra vegetables. You can use them in other dishes, like scrambled eggs.
- You will also have extra ground beef which you can also add to eggs or salads.
- Don’t skimp on the herbs and spices because that’s what makes these enchiladas stand out.
How to make easy beef enchiladas
Chop the onions and mushrooms. (A)
Heat sauté pan and medium. Add olive oil and add the onion and sauté for 5 minutes.
Add mushrooms and garlic paste and continue cooking for 5 more minutes. (B) Remove from pan and set aside.
Add the ground beef, herbs and spices and use a spatula to break it apart as you sauté it for 7 minutes. Add half the vegetables back to the pan. (C)
Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
Add some enchilada sauce on the bottom of the baking dish.
Gather the remaining ingredients and start an enchilada assembly line. I use 6 inch flour tortillas, homemade refried beans, Mexican blend cheese and enchilada sauce.
Smear some refried beans on the flour tortillas. (D)
Sprinkle on some cheese. (E)
Add the ground beef and veggie mixture. (F)
Roll up the flour tortillas and place seam side down in the baking dish. Continue until all the tortillas are used up. (G)
Spoon on the enchilada sauce. (H)
Sprinkle cheese on the enchiladas.
Bake uncovered for 25 minutes.
All that is left is to plate the enchiladas and enjoy!
I take my fork and cut into one of them. I spoon a little guacamole on the forkful of yumminess.
I hope you enjoyed this ground beef enchiladas recipe!
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Ground Beef Enchiladas
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- 1 onion large, diced
- 10 ounces mushrooms chopped
- 2 teaspoons garlic paste
- 1 pound ground beef I used grass fed Angus beef
- 1 teaspoon cumin dried
- 1 teaspoon oregano dried
- ¼ teaspoon salt
- 1/16 teaspoon pepper
- 2.5 cups enchilada sauce or as much as you want
- 10 flour tortillas 6 inches
- 6 ounces refried beans homemade or a can (you will have leftover)
- 8 ounces Mexican cheese blend
- Heat sauté pan and add oil
- Add onions and sauté for 5 minutes
- Add mushrooms and garlic and sauté for additional 5 minutes. Once the vegetables are done, remove from pan and set aside
- Add ground beef and break into bite sized pieces or desired size. Saute for 7 minutes – it can still be pink. Add half of the vegetables back with the beef and stir until combined
- Preheat oven to 350 F
- Get baking dish and spread enchilada sauce on the bottom of it
- Gather tortillas, refried beans and Mexican cheese
- Smear refried beans onto each of the tortillas, sprinkle some cheese on the beans and some beef on the cheese
- Roll tortillas and place each one seam side down in prepared pan
- Spoon enchilada sauce on rolled up ground beef enchiladas and sprinkle cheese on top of sauce
- Bake uncovered for 25 minutes
- Separate enchiladas with a spatula
- Plate a few enchiladas
Originally published November of 2016.