If you've read here much, you know that everything for me goes back to my parents. I'm not sure that everyone was so deeply affected by their childhood, but I was. I still dream consistently of my father. I talk to him in my head when things go wrong. Some times it seems that he is talking back to me. Giving me bits of encouragement. "Kid, hold your head up and don't let it bother you." "Kid, you are fine." "Kid, dig in and fight."
One night I needed to produce a meal and didn't have a plan. Actually some extra eaters used the meal I had for that night for lunch earlier in the day. I needed to come up with something. To my freezer and pantry. My mother made a stack of tortillas with seasoned meat and cheese. Hers had onions, which we do not eat. She added diced tomatoes and lettuce or top and didn't use the olives. This recipe is completely original to me but is reminiscent of those nights when her version came steaming hot out of the oven.
1 lb ground beef
1 pkg taco seasoning, or home made taco seasoning
1 can mild green chili enchilada sauce, (we like La Victoria Mild green chili enchilada sauce)
4 flour tortillas