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Ground Beef Mexi Wraps

Ground Beef Mexi Wraps created by HeatherFeather

These are fast, cheap and easy. My family inhaled these. This is based on a recipe I saw prepared on Calling all Cooks years ago, with qute a few of my own changes. I use Habanero Lime Hot Salsa in this, but any level of heat that you desire is fine. I have used Emeril's Southwest seasoning, and also Tastefully Simple's Fiesta seasoning in these before, both turned out well. Seasonings measurements are really to taste, I had to give measurements for the computer, but feel free to adjust to your saltiness and spiciness preferences.

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33mins
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directions

  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  • Brown beef with garlic, salt, pepper,and some southwest seasoning to taste and brown for approximately 9 minutes or until cooked through; drain fat.
  • Unroll first package of crescent rolls, pressing together seams.
  • Separate into 6 individual squares (do not separate into triangles) and place onto a lightly greased baking sheet, leaving about an inch between each square.
  • Lay one chile on each of the crescent roll squares, cut sides up.
  • Top each chile with some of the meat mixture, some cheese, a spoonful of salsa, and some chopped onions.
  • Open the second pack of crescent rolls and make another 6 sqaures as before, then place a square piece over each of the wraps, no need to seal edges.
  • Top each wrap with another sprinkling of cheese.
  • Bake for 13 minutes or until the top has melted and is just slightly golden brown (check early a different brands of crescent rolls may cook a bit faster or slower). Garnish with sour cream, scallions, cilantro, olives, more raw onions, and more salsa as desired.
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"These are fast, cheap and easy. My family inhaled these. This is based on a recipe I saw prepared on Calling all Cooks years ago, with qute a few of my own changes. I use Habanero Lime Hot Salsa in this, but any level of heat that you desire is fine. I have used Emeril's Southwest seasoning, and also Tastefully Simple's Fiesta seasoning in these before, both turned out well. Seasonings measurements are really to taste, I had to give measurements for the computer, but feel free to adjust to your saltiness and spiciness preferences."
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  1. BerrySweet
    Good mexi melts. Mine ended up being 4 large rectangles instead of 6 squares. Turned out good. I also used chopped chilies and mixed that with the meat and cheese and salsa before filling. It was easier that way.
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  2. HeatherFeather
    Ground Beef Mexi Wraps Created by HeatherFeather
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  3. HeatherFeather
    Ground Beef Mexi Wraps Created by HeatherFeather
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  4. HeatherFeather
    These are fast, cheap and easy. My family inhaled these. This is based on a recipe I saw prepared on Calling all Cooks years ago, with qute a few of my own changes. I use Habanero Lime Hot Salsa in this, but any level of heat that you desire is fine. I have used Emeril's Southwest seasoning, and also Tastefully Simple's Fiesta seasoning in these before, both turned out well. Seasonings measurements are really to taste, I had to give measurements for the computer, but feel free to adjust to your saltiness and spiciness preferences.
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