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Master Bís Taco-less Tacos
As much ground beef as you want.
Some white onion - chopped
Some season salt
2-3 cloves of garlic (as you like)
3/4 pound of cheddar cheese (about 1 1/2 cups - we use organic cheese,
and it does taste better)
1 tsp. mustard
1 tsp. paprika
1 tsp. salt
3/4 cup heavy cream
1/3 cup water
The cheese sauce is from DANDR, and is made like this: Put the cheese, mustard, paprika, salt, heavy cream, and water in a double-boiler. If you don't have one, try putting a smaller pot in a bigger pot that's filled with water. Bring the water in the lower portion just slightly to boil. Stir the mixture until melted. Set aside.
The rest is even easier: Mix the ground beef, onion, season salt, and garlic in a bowl of some kind. I don't have specific measurements for things. I just add it and hope it's not too much. Once you've got it all mixed in, put some butter in a pan and sauté the beef until it's cooked. Make sure you chase your 2-year old son around the house, a bit, too. Somehow, this adds to the flavour. Oh, and make sure a few scraps of meat fly out of the pan. And if at all possible, move your stove so that the morning son comes in from the window and reflects off something metallic right into your face. You'd be surprised as to how difficult it is to determine if the meat is done when this happens.
Anyway, when you get the meat done, put it on a plate and pour some
of the cheese sauce over it. You won't use nearly all the cheese
sauce, and you can refrigerate what you don't use. I like to top
mine with sour cream and a little bit of unsweetened ketchup. Tastes
REEEAL good. The cheese sauce really makes this meal what it is.
I hope you like it!