diabetic friendly tacos

Donna Cagle

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@Donna_Cagle

I eat this alot as it sates my desire for mexican food without going over board on carbs I have served it with chips or carb blanco flour torittias it is a personal like only to just plate it and eat without the chips I really hope you enjoy this


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Serves:

4

Prep:

1 Hr

Cook:

3 Hr

Ingredients

1/4 pkg
pinto beans, dried
1/2 lb
lean hamburger
2 can(s)
small cans mild enchilada sause
1/4 bottle
pace picante sause
1 c
brown rice, raw
1 c
mexican blend shredded cheese/low fat
1/4 medium
white onion
1 Tbsp
cumin/divided
1/2 Tbsp
garlic powder
1/2 tsp
black pepper
1 slice
romaine lettuce leaves

Directions Step-By-Step

1
cook pinto beans without salt til very tender mash with potatoe masher if not thick enough add some cornstarch, keep warm
2
cook brown rice without salt use Pace Picante sause instead of water (watch it may stick), keep warm
3
brown hamburger with cumin,garlic pepper when done drain very well, add to clean skillet and reheat
4
on plate put some romaine lettuce on top put 1 spoon full of beans and rice, then add hamburger meat top with cheese
5
eat and enjoy (you can use canned refried beans but they have loads of salt) I came up with 8 carbs sodium 360 sugar 3mgs

About this Recipe

Regional Style: Mexican
Other Tag: Healthy
Hashtags: #Dish, #Diabetic, #main