My favorite Mexican Restaurant of all time is named Lindo Michoacan on Desert Inn Street, east of the Strip in Las Vegas(on the right just east of Eastern Ave., if ever in Vegas, this is a MUST!) Go on a Friday or Saturday night and the roving 20 piece Mariachi Band will find you and serenade a song or two table-side! You will not be sorry you did, and will be scheduling your next visit to Lindo’s soon after! My favorite dish is Cheese Enchiladas, not to brag, but I’ve been told by many over the years that mine are the BEST. I’ll leave that up to you to decide as I share with you my own recipe perfected over the years!!
Cheese enchilada’s have always been one of my weakness’s! I’ve been making these since ’76, and still to this day, just thinking about them gives my goosebumps! There is some preparation involved, as everything is made from scratch, yet well worth it! Yes, you make the tortillas, the sauce, the filling, then roll the enchiladas, smother them in sauce, bake them! But I swear, you eat them once, you too will be forever desiring these tasty treats! Serve them with some fried or baked Marijuana Corn Tortilla Chips and Fat Larry’s Salsa, Salsa, Salsa, and Marijuana Guacamole you won’t care if you forgot to make the MM cinnamon pecan praline flan for desert (between you and I, I think Granny Green just may drool on herself thinking about this meal, hee hee hee, I know I did!) Here you go:
1 1/2 cups corn flour
1 1/2 cups marijuana flour
1 Tablespoon marijuana olive oil
1 teaspoon sea salt
3/4-1 cup spring water (enough to make a kneed-able dough)
I) 6 Tablespoons marijuana oil
1 large onion, chopped fine
3 cloves garlic, crushed and diced fine
II) 1 1/4 teaspoon sea salt
3/4 teaspoon cumin
6 Tablespoons chili powder
6 Tablespoons marijuana flour
III) 1 1/2 quarts spring water
Y’ GUSTO’ MUCHO….
My Salsa, Salsa, Salsa and Guacamole recipes made with marijuana can be found in my book, or upon request I will post them here for you if enough REQUEST it!!
Don’t forget to keep it phat!
PS: Here is a few pic’s I took this morning on the early walk to the river, and in one you can see those dogs sitting wondering how they can get across the river to play with those geese.