I didn't know exactly how to classify this or what to call it. It may have a funny name, but it has great flavor and is very satisfying. Very easy to make, too. It's a soft, warm flour tortilla with melted sharp cheddar cheese, filled with taco flavored ground beef cooked with sweet onions, a little chunky salsa, some chopped lettuce and a few dabs of sour cream. Hubby likes to add pickled jalapenos, but I sometimes add a little fresh chopped homegrown tomatoes and/or sliced avocado. Yum! Delish! We all love it and have it at least every two months or so. It's one the grandkids' favorites.
(*Note: Times are approximate. Recipe may be halved.)
Gather and prep all ingredients (shred cheese, chop onions, wash and chop lettuce etc...)
Add ground beef to a large skillet; cook over medium/medium-high heat for 3 to 4 minutes; add chopped onions and continue cooking until no pink remains.
Cover skillet with lid or foil, reduce heat to low and cook for additional 3 to 4 minutes (to ensure that the meat is thoroughly cooked.)
Remove foil; return heat to medium-high and allow to cook several minutes to reduce the juice in the pan.
Drain cooked beef in mesh strainer over a heat-proof bowl; return drained beef to skillet.
Sprinkle beef with salt, pepper, and taco seasoning mix. Add 1 1/2 cups water; stir until thoroughly mixed, adding another 1/4 cup water if it looks too thick; bring to simmering boil, stirring constantly; reduce heat to medium-low; simmer for 4 to 5 minutes, stirring frequently.
Reduce heat to very low and cover while preparing the tortilla.
Place tortilla in medium size skillet over medium/medium low heat; evenly distribute cheese and a bit of scallions over tortilla.
For Folded Tortilla (taco style): Spoon some of the seasoned beef mixture over 1/2 of the tortilla; use an egg turner to fold other half over meat; cover with foil or lid for about 30 seconds.
Remove foil; carefully open tortilla; add some salsa, lettuce, sour cream and optional ingredients of your choice; refold tortilla; plate and serve immediately. May be eaten with hands (may be slightly messy) or with a knife and fork.
For Burrito Style: Spoon some of the seasoned beef mixture into middle of cheese covered tortilla, add toppings; fold burrito style. Cover with lid or foil for about 1/2 minute. Plate and serve.