Recipe: Yummy Keto ground beef enchiladas

Keto ground beef enchiladas. Keto enchiladas cure that Mexican food craving! The result is a satisfying and delicious meal with all the flavors of typical enchiladas, without a ton of carbs. Ground beef enchiladas are one of my very favorite meals, and this is a tasty version my family enjoyed!

Keto ground beef enchiladas A low carb enchilada made without tortillas. Using my favorite keto friendly wrap, and a homemade enchilada sauce! Paleo, gluten free, grain free, dairy free, sugar free, clean eating, real food. You can have Keto ground beef enchiladas using 9 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you achieve it.

Ingredients of Keto ground beef enchiladas

  1. Prepare of ground beef.
  2. It’s of taco seasoning.
  3. Prepare of onion chopped fine.
  4. Prepare of cream cheese divided.
  5. It’s of hatch green chiles chopped.
  6. You need of low carb tortillas of your choice (we like the ones from Aldi).
  7. You need of small can red enchilada sauce.
  8. It’s of of the large brick of Velveeta cubed.
  9. Prepare of rotel.

Ingredients & Substitutions For These Easy Low Carb Beef Enchiladas. Low carb tortillas: this can be a controversial item in the keto and low carb world. The majority of them are not gluten free so if you have a gluten allergy, be mindful when making this recipe. There are several carb conscious brands of tortillas these days so they're easy to find at most major grocery stores around the.

Keto ground beef enchiladas instructions

  1. Brown ground beef and onion then drain. Add taco seasoning, green chiles, red enchilada sauce, and 2 tablespoons cream cheese and cook over medium heat adding enough water to make it saucy but still thick (around a cup, but start small and add as needed) and cook for about 10 minutes tasting for salt and season..
  2. Put Velveeta, undrained can of Rotel, and 2 tablespoons cream cheese in a sauce pan and heat over medium until melted and smooth. Add enough water to make it a thinish cheese sauce..
  3. Roll meat mixture into the 8 tortillas and put in a greased 9×13 seam side down. Pour over cheese sauce, covering all the corners. Cook at 350 uncovered until bubbly, you aren't looking to brown it..
  4. Let set for 10 minute before trying to serve. They are a pain and a mess to get out of the pan. I recommend 2 spatulas..

Carefully roll the tortilla around the beef and place seam side down into the casserole dish. Repeat with remaining tortillas and beef. Pour the enchilada sauce over the top of the enchiladas in the pan and top with the shredded cheese. I made mine with ground beef in a homemade chili sauce. I put the beef sauce mixture in the tortilla then sprinkled chopped onion and shredded cheddar and rolled it up.

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