How about a Strawberry ‘Rumarita’ & Baked Enchilada Chips?
This combination is perfect for Saturday afternoons, days by the pool, Cinco de Mayo, Happy Hour, and anytime you are looking for a refreshing frozen concoction and a simple Mexican appetizer.
A Rumarita is a delightful & refreshing cocktail that could be considered a cousin of the Margarita. The Tequila in a typical Margarita is replaced with Rum creating a Rumarita.
– 1 Can Frozen Bacardi Mixers Margarita
– 1 Can Water (use the Bacardi Mixers Can)
– 1 Cup Fresh Strawberries & 1 Cup of Ice
(or 1 cup of Frozen Strawberries, skip the Ice)
– 1 Shot Bacardi Limon
(or original Bacardi Rum for less lime/citrus flavor)
Blend all ingredients listed together in Blender. If a different consistency is preferred add ice or water to achieve; add more alcohol if desired. Makes two 16 ounce Rumaritas.
– 1 Bag Tortilla Chips
– 1 Can Enchilada Sauce
– 2 Cups Monterrey Jack Cheese
– Sour Cream (to garnish)
Black Beans (drained/rinsed), Jalapenos, Black Olives, Cilantro
Preheat oven to 375*. Spray Stoneware/Pyrex with Cooking Spray (can be individual dishes or a 9×12 baking pan). Add two layers of the first three ingredients in this order Chips, Enchilada Sauce, Cheese, include any optional ingredients to each layer. Bake at 375* for 12 minutes. Top with Sour Cream & enjoy. Serves four.