I ruined dinner the other night. Just killed it. I made an enchilada sauce so spicy that I couldn’t serve it to the kids. They couldn’t, in fact, even smell it. I think they ended up eating rolled turkey and a whole bunch of other stuff I pulled from the bottom of the fridge. Truly, not my best showing.
I let the abandoned sauce hang for a day before deciding to fry it out in my new “Ruined Dinner Quesadilla.” It was delicious.
Brown a pound of organic ground beef. Add chopped green pepper, onion, garlic, and a good dose of cumin, cayenne, salt, pepper, and chili pepper, and some paprika (I think this came to about two tablespoons of spice). Add a can of tomatoes and a cup of water. Cook down for an hour or two. Shove it into the fridge for a full day to mellow.
(You see the thing is I didn’t really follow a recipe. Hence, the extra heat on the first night. I’d go with it though, you never know what will happen!)
Stuff all of the goodness a tortilla with a load of Cabot cheddar cheese and fry it up. Add sour cream, cilantro, and hot salsa.
I wonder what I’ll ruin next!