Brown beef in a skillet and drain fat. Then add in diced onions and sauté until tender. Then add in diced tomatoes, garlic powder and red pepper flakes. (Leave out flakes if you don’t want heat) Let simmer until hot. In a big bowl add the enchilada sauce and tomato soup, mix well.
In a 9 by 11 pan pour a little of the red sauce in bottom of pan and spread around evenly. Make sure it has a good coat of the sauce so tortillas don’t stick to pan when cooking. Next take the meat mix and spoon into tortilla, then top with a spoon of red sauce, and a tbsp mozzarella cheese and a tbsp of cheddar cheese. Add in 3-4 pepperoni slices and roll the tortilla up placing it in the dish with the seam side down. Repeat until pan is full. About 8-10 tortillas. Then pour layer the remaining meat mixture on top of tortillas and add a few more pepperonis, top with a layer of both cheeses and cover with foil. Bake at 375 for 20-30 minutes until bubbling. Remove foil and then broil for 5-7 minutes until top is crispy if you would like! Serve with a crispy side salad and tortilla chips! Enjoy!
First brown meat and drain fat. Then add the seasoning and diced tomatoes, & pasta sauce, into the meat and stir well to combine. Cook noodles until Aldente (leave a little hard because we also bake and they cook more) in a 9 by 13 pan pour the noodles, then add the meat mix. Stir to mix then top with cheese cover and bake at 350 for 30 minutes. Remove foil and bake another few minutes to brown the cheese then enjoy!
First brown meat and drain fat. Then add in 1 cup off water and seasoning and let boil until seasoning evaporates. The. Add in the refried beans and mix until smooth. Then add in 2-3 tbsp of meat mix to tortilla add 2 tbsp cheese and roll up tucking sides in first the. Rolling until closed. Place into a cookie sheet and do this until mix is all gone. Then place in fridge and let cool. Once cool you can wrap each one in parchment paper for on the go. Or you can place in freezer bags the amount you want for the week and freeze. To use thaw, heat and eat. Enjoy!