Total Time
Prep 3 mins
Cook 3 mins

home-made 'mexican' goodness


  1. spread the american cheese around the tortilla.
  2. spread the velveeta sparingly around the tortilla.
  3. sprinkle fajita seasoning.
  4. place the second tortilla ontop of the other and cheese.
  5. microwave until melted completely.
  6. dip in sour cream if desired.
Most Helpful

These were ok. I found the velvetta cheese made them very salty. I put them in a frying pan instead of the microwave. The first set, I made like the recipe called for. Then I made a set with American cheese and Fajita Chicken strips in it. Another set with Fajita beef strips and American cheese. None were great while hot, but the next morning - cold - out of the frig they were pretty good. I preferred them that way. I'll try this again, using the chicken and beef but change up the cheese to a Mexican Taco mixture or Beef and swiss cheese mixture. Actually, if you think about it the possibilities can be endless; egg and ham, sausage and egg for breakfast; cream cheese and veggies for appetitzers... humm, guess I'll need to give it some more thought and let you know what happens!

The Thorn of Hudson, FL February 10, 2007