It’s Tuesday, a new day, a new week and It’s a new month. It’s super early and I’m writing this post even before the day begins. Today is going to be a long day. I’ve asked for a doctors appointment because I’m feeling a little under the weather and just need to check if it’s a virus or an infection due to my chronicle diagnoses. Nothing big, but it’s going to be a long day because my doctors office is over an hour drive from where I live and I have to call my driver as soon as I know when the appointment is. So I decided to write this post as early as I possibly could.
Today’s post is all about filled pita bread with a taco seasoning twist. When my mom originally made this recipe it was without taco seasoning, but then, a little over a year ago she decided to change it up a little and some taco seasoning to get a slightly different taste on it. I love this dish a lot, with and without the taco seasoning.
1 pound ground beef
1 Old el Paso taco seasoning mix
Sliced and diced cucumber
- Heat up the Pita bread as written on the label. Drain the corn and the mushrooms before adding them into a mixing bowl.
- Cook the ground beef in some butter in a skillet until no longer pink. Add in the taco seasoning and add water as written on the label.
- Slice and dice up the cucumber and add it into the mixing bowl. When the ground beef is ready add it into the mixing bowl and blend it well with the vegetables.
- Add inn as much or as little hamburger dressing as you like and mix it all well together and sprinkle some cheese on top. Cut of the top of the pita bread and stuff the pita with the filling.
This is so easy to make and it has a lot of flavor. You can easily switch out any ingredient you want and make it into your own.
I hope y’all are having an amazing day and I hope to see you back tomorrow for a new post.