- ½ lb ground chuck, cooked and drained of any fat
- 2 whole jalapeno peppers, roasted, seeds removed, chopped
- 1 whole poblano pepper, roasted, skin and seeds removed, chopped
- 1 whole small onion, diced
- 12 oz can of black beans, rinsed
- 1 tbsp chili powder
- 1 tsp cumin powder
- ½ tbsp garlic chili salt
- salt, to taste
- ½ cup water
- 4 cups of cooked jasmine rice, cold and preferably 1 day old
- 3 tbsp unsalted butter
- 1 whole egg, beaten
- Crushed up tortilla chips
- Shredded cheddar cheese
- canned black sliced olives, optional
- Your favorite hot sauce, optional
- Fresh cilantro, chopped, optional
- Make the rice ahead of time, and make sure it is cold. Preferably leftover rice.
- Make your meat mixture. To a large skillet, cook your ground chuck, then place a lid over it and drain off any excess fat. Place back on the burner on medium heat, then toss in the onion, peppers, black beans, and seasonings. Give this a good stir, cooking the seasonings, then reduce the heat to low. Add in the water, cover, and keep on very low heat to make the ground chuck and beans nice and tender. Cook until the water has evaporated, then remove from the heat. Place the meat mixture into a bowl, and then wipe out the skillet.
- Now onto the fried rice. Return the large skillet back to the stove, and heat to a medium heat.
- Add in the butter, and let it come to a bubble, swirling it along the way.
- Add in the cold rice, breaking it up with a wooden spoon. Once it starts to warm up, start flattening it down, building a nice light golden crust on the rice. Once that crust begins to form, add in the beaten egg, stir, and then add in the meat mixture, and stir, flattening it along the way, getting a nice crust in the process. Cook for about 7 minutes or so, then get ready to serve.
- Add the taco fried rice to a bowl. Crush some taco chips on the top for more texture, then top with shredded cheddar cheese, black olives, fresh cilantro, and dashes of your favorite hot sauce, or salsa. If you want add a small dollop of sour cream, or heck, any of your other favorite taco toppings.
Source: Simple Comfort Food
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