Ground Beef (i do 2 lbs at a time and freeze 3/4 of it)
1/2 an onion
Can of corn
Can of Kidney Beans
fresh spinach (optional)
soften onion in some olive oil, and add ground beef. add seasonings to taste (this goes back to my i dont follow a recipe) i like it super seasoned, so i add a lot, but you can start out easy and add more at the end. if i had to make a guess of measurements, i'd say between 1/2 and 1 TSP. of each except for taco seasoning, i add a buttload of that, like 2 Tablespoons, but you might not like that stuff as much as i do! :) anyways, once the ground beef is cooked, add the corn and kidney beans, then tear up a bunch of spinach and wilt that in (or just throw in WELL drained frozen spinach). if i have extra enchilada sauce i will pour some of that in, but today i didnt. you can also add olives, they are super good in this, but i dont think they freeze well, so i skipped them this time. this it what the mixture ends up looking like...
at this point, you have a few options, today i steamed some corn tortillas and topped the mixture with salsa, sour cream, crushed tortilla chips, and more fresh spinach.
but i also use this ad my enchilada filling, i add not quite a whole small can of mild enchilada sauce, then i layer the beef mixture, cheese, and steamed corn tortillas, top with cheese and olives, bake until it's hot all the way through and enjoy! this is how i freeze the mixtures, put it in about 2 cup portions in baggies and lay them flat in the freezer, then to thaw i either throw them in the microwave for a few minutes, or let it thaw in the fridge overnight.