Crunchwrap Super-Supreme: SparkRecipes Un-Chained Recipe Contest Finalist

Crunchwrap Super-Supreme: SparkRecipes Un-Chained Recipe Contest Finalist

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Nutritional Info
  • Servings Per Recipe: 4
  • Amount Per Serving
  • Calories: 366.5
  • Total Fat: 11.8 g
  • Cholesterol: 70.0 mg
  • Sodium: 601.0 mg
  • Total Carbs: 38.6 g
  • Dietary Fiber: 3.8 g
  • Protein: 28.0 g

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Introduction

This recipe was a finalist in the SparkPeople Un-Chained Recipe Contest!

I chose to re-make the Crunchwrap Supreme from Taco Bell because Taco Bell used to be one of my favorite fast food restaurants. Also, it is still my boyfriend's favorite fast food chain and nearly every time he goes there, he will order a crunchwrap supreme.

The funny thing is that most Mexican and Tex-Mex dishes are fairly simple to make... so I knew that it would be fun, delicious, and not too challenging to re-make this item!
This recipe was a finalist in the SparkPeople Un-Chained Recipe Contest!

I chose to re-make the Crunchwrap Supreme from Taco Bell because Taco Bell used to be one of my favorite fast food restaurants. Also, it is still my boyfriend's favorite fast food chain and nearly every time he goes there, he will order a crunchwrap supreme.

The funny thing is that most Mexican and Tex-Mex dishes are fairly simple to make... so I knew that it would be fun, delicious, and not too challenging to re-make this item!

Number of Servings: 4

Ingredients

    4 Mission "Plus" Heart Healthy Flour Tortillas
    4 corn tostada shells
    1 pound (16 ounces) 96% extra lean ground beef
    1/2 cup water
    2 Tbsp minced garlic
    6 ounces tomato paste, no salt added
    4 Tbsp fat free sour cream
    1 Tbsp Mrs. Dash Southwest Chipotle blend
    1/2 tsp Goya Sazon seasoning (1/2 packet)
    2 Tbsp salsa

Directions

In a hot pan, cook the garlic until it just turns brown. Add ground beef and cook until no longer pink. Drain fat from pan.

To the beef, add tomato paste, water, Sazon, and Mrs. Dash. Mix until combined, reduce heat to low, and cover.

Place one of the tortillas in another pan. Flip when heated through.

To the face-up side, add one quarter of the beef mixture making sure to leave a 2" border of the tortilla with no beef. Top with one tablespoon of the salsa.

Spread 1 tablespoon of the sour cream on one side of a tostada shell. Place the tostada shell, sour cream side facing down, on top of the beef mixture.

Gently wrap the edge of the tortilla around the tostada until it makes a secure pocket.

Flip the assembled tortilla and brown the folded side to secure it together.

Repeat this for all 4 servings. One tortilla "crunchwrap" per serving.

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  • O.K.
    11 of 15 people found this review helpful
    Where is the shredded lettuce? Where is the freshly chopped tomato? To me it can't be a crunchwrap without these two healthy ingredients. I understand the not including cheese in the recipe but why skip the fresh veggies? - 11/10/09

    Reply from KALORIE-KILLAH (11/10/09)
    In my blog, I explain that I forgot to buy lettuce, which is why I left it out. If you decide to add it, there will be a negligible change in nutritional value. I also do not like tomatoes which is why I used salsa instead. It's very simple to cater this to your own likes and dislikes! :)


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  • 9 of 11 people found this review helpful
    Besides adding lettuce and tomato, I think I'd use ground turkey and add chili powder and cumin instead of the sazon. That way you reduce the calories and the sodium. - 11/16/09

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  • 5 of 5 people found this review helpful
    Excellent work on recreating this recipe! I've been craving taco bell but have been staying away from fast food. Now I don't have to!!! There are so many combinations that can be done with recipe. Thanks for sharing! - 1/20/10

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  • Very Good
    4 of 4 people found this review helpful
    This meal turned out better than I had imagined. My only issue with it was that it tasted more like Sloppy Joe meat than taco meat. I'll be trying this again, but with variation. - 5/8/10

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  • Very Good
    4 of 4 people found this review helpful
    It was good and we all liked it, but to call it a restaurant makeover is hard to swallow when the tomatoes and lettuce are not included. Also needs a low-fat nacho cheese sauce sudh as Knouse Low Fat Nacho Cheese Sauce with 1.5gms of fat 1/4 cup. - 1/8/10

    Reply from KALORIE-KILLAH (1/8/10)
    Remember that it's not all about fat and Calories. Look at the sodium content of nacho cheese sauce. Look at the saturated fats, not just regular fat.

    Also, as I said in another comment, I didn't add lettuce because I didn't have any on hand and I dislike tomatoes so I didn't include them.

    :)


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