Homemade crunchwrap supremes! These come together so fast and are so delicious that you will never want to order them from takeout again!
For the Taco Meat (for vegetarians, see note below):
2 lbs ground meat (I like to use 85/15 ground beef)
1 Tbsp olive oil
¼ cup chopped red onion
1 Tbsp tomato paste
1 Tbsp chili powder
2 tsp salt
2 tsp ground cumin
½ tsp paprika
½ tsp garlic powder
For the Crunchwrap:
Large soft tortillas (get the ones that are noted for burritos! We want these to be large so we can fold them)
Tostadas or hard shell tacos (I could not find tostadas in my grocery stores, so I picked up hard shell tacos)
Refried beans (my favorite are Amy’s)
Hot sauce (optional)
For the Taco Meat:
In a sauté pan, add the oil and turn heat to medium high. Once the pan comes to temperature, add the onion and sauté for 2 minutes.
Add ground beef. With a meat crumbler, break apart the meat. Brown for 6 minutes.
Add all the seasonings and the tomato paste. Mix to incorporate all ingredients.
Turn heat to medium and cook for an additional 3 – 5 minutes.
Turn off heat and set aside.
Assembly of Crunchwrap Supreme!
Lay your large soft tortilla flat and spread the refried beans over the middle.
Add your tostada or hard shell taco (if using a hardshell taco, break in half so it lays flat. We need the soft tortilla to fold over the hard shell so if you have to overlap the hardshell, that is fine!)
Add ground meat, tomatoes, queso, and sour cream.
Place a small sauté pan on medium heat. Add 1 Tbsp oil.
Once the pan is heated, fold your crunchwrap (pull the edges of the soft tortilla over the hardshell). Add to the pan with the folded part down.
Allow to sauté for about 2 minutes. Once golden brown, flip. Saute for an additional minute.
Cut in half! Serve with guacamole and extra queso!
You can still enjoy this by just sautéing up some veggies in place of the taco meat! I like sliced sweet onion, sliced bell pepper, shiitake mushrooms, and if you are being extra, cubed potatoes (make sure they are cubed very small or sliced thin so they cook up).