April 6, 2014, 5:59 a.m.
This post is officially the most time consuming one I have ever posted.
Not because the recipe was complicated or anything. But because our internet suddenly decided to go back in time to the 90's and act like dial up.
I think the total time with page loading, image uploading and waiting for other various things to work properly, this will have taken me 6-7 hours to get up on here. If that doesn't display passion and perseverance, I don't know what does!
On the other hand, this may be curbing my social media obsession, Pinterest is impossible to load right now...
Back to the food! This little beauty came to life from various leftovers and odd and ends I had to use up. It comes together in a second if you have cooked rice and potatoes ready to go. The Tex-Mex flavors are strong and delicious. You can also amp up the heat with a generous coating of hot sauce.
I was going through quite the roasting phase for awhile and I think the way the tomatoes came out on this was the reason for it. I've started making my own salsa and hot sauces as a result and I don't think I'll ever go back to buying them pre-made.
You can easily make this recipe fat-free by omitting the guac and the coconut cream if you are monitoring those macros. Although the plantains dipped in guac are sooooo good!
This little beauty came to life from various leftovers and odd and ends I had to use up. It comes together in a second if you have cooked rice and potatoes ready to go. The Tex-Mex flavors are strong and delicious. You can also amp up the heat with a generous coating of hot sauce.
1.5 cup refried beans
4 medium tomatoes - sliced
4 cup rice
2 large potatoes - sliced
1 recipe guacamole
4 Tbsp coconut cream
1 Tbsp oregano
1 Tbsp cumin
1 tsp red pepper flakes
S/P - to taste
- In a casserole dish layer the ingredients as follows: potato, refried beans, rice, potato, tomato. Sprinkle with the spices as desired.
- Bake at 350F until heated through and the tomatoes are cooked.
- Top with guacamole and coconut cream and serve with baked plantains.
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