Happy Cinco De Mayo! Today is a day that all college students look forward to–an excuse to drink for no reason at all.
But before you grab your bros and head out to Cantinas or El Torito for some cheap beer and overpriced margaritas, why not throw your own fiesta?
I recommend Taco Bell as food for your festivities.
Things you will need:
Extra Large Tortillas
Diced or Chopped Tomatoes
I would suggest purchasing some items at the 99 Cent Only Store, as I did, for those who are “ballin’ on a budget“.
Step One: Cook your ground beef in a saucepan until brown.
Step Two: Put ground beef in a blender on a low setting for a few seconds.
Step Three: Return the beef to the pan, add taco seasoning and continue cooking.
Once all the ingredients are prepared, now comes the fun part.
Step 4: Place the extra-large tortilla on an extra-large plate and add a small layer of ground beef in the middle of the tortilla leaving about a two to three-inch gap from the end.
Step 5: Layer a large spoon-full of jalepeño nacho sauce.
Step 6: Place a tostada on top of these layers. This, essentially, separates the hot ingredients from the cold.
Step 8: Fold the end of the tortilla inward and continue in a clockwise manner.
Step 9: Spray both sides with cooking spray and grill for about two minutes on each side.
Congratulations, You just made your own Crunch Wrap Supreme!
Accompany this with a nice cocktail, and you have the perfect meal.
I chose to make a Baja Blast Margarita to stick with the Taco Bell theme.
You can purchase canned or bottled Baja Blast at your local convenience store; however, I used this as an excuse to make a trip to the Combination Taco Bell and Pizza Hut (also the name of song number 3 on my list of favorite songs that mention Taco Bell).
If margaritas aren’t your thing, Food Beast has a few Baja Blast-related cocktails to try including Jello Shots and a Baja Blast Shandy.