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Mexican Pizza Revisited

There are some posts......especially some of the pictures in posts that are well lets just say needing an update. At the same time though a lot of those posts include other things besides a bad picture and the recipe. They kind of include a little of my life at that time and are almost like a journal of sorts.

Mostly a culinary journal but a record no less and I don't want to just totally just get rid of them or update them to show now instead of then. Then was important too so I have decided to leave them and just do revisited type posts when I want a little updating and/or changing of a recipe.

This could be a fun Labor Day meal......I'm not sure what we are going to have yet but I will try to get it posted before Monday afternoon. ;) Right now I'm just waiting for salsa to come out if it's water bath canning and then I'm going to work on pickling some beets!

Mexican Pizza
1-2 packages whole grain flour tortillas
1 cup frozen corn
1 small onion, chopped
1 can mushrooms or some fresh sliced (optional)
1 small zucchini, coarsely chopped (optional)
1/4 head of cabbage, thinly sliced (optional)
2 tomatoes, chopped
1 can olives, sliced
1 head romaine lettuce, sliced
Salsa (optional)
Real Salt, pepper, Mexican Seasonings, Chili Powder, Cumin ect. (to taste)

Have beans and cheezy sauce already made. We usually have both in the fridge already when making these and I just rewarm the leftover refried beans.

Crisp up each tortilla by pan frying it in some coconut oil. Then in pan saute onion, mushrooms, zucchini, cabbage and corn with seasoning to taste.

On each persons plate, have them take a crisp tortilla and spread it with refried beans and cheezy sauce.  Then you can place another crisp tortilla on top of that to do a double layer or you can just do a single layer.  If double layer top with a little more cheezy sauce and all the other ingredients.

You can slice it with a pizza cutter (kind of) and eat it or just pick the whole thing up or use a fork whatever you choose it's a fun meal that the whole family loves and its fun to eat.  Basically another version of taco salads!  Fun and Yummy!!!!

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