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  • Recipe: Enchiladas with Seasonal Roots

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    My favorite home delivery box – Seasonal Roots – curated another great box for me to make some delicious Enchiladas! The veggie fairies brought me fresh meat from Ovoka Farm’s and a spicy sauce from Clark & Hopkins.  Ovoka is a historical farm, surveyed by George Washington in 1769, and is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. Clark and Hopkins is a family business based in Richmond Virginia – and has multiple different homemade sauces that add to many dishes. The Oaxaca Hot Sauce contains a Smoky Mezcal, dried local peppers, habanero and a Mexican chocolate which creates a delicious Mexican mole flavor.  Enchilada Recipe:  1 Pound Fresh Ground Beef  1 Diced Green Pepper  1 Can of Drained And Rinsed Black Beans  1 Onion Diced  1 Pint Mushrooms Sliced  ½ Can Of Corn Or 2 Ears  2 Tomatoes 2 Cans Enchilada Sauce  Oaxaca Pepper Sauce – Clark and Hopkins  Corn Or Flour Tortillas  1 ½ Cup Shredded Cheese  Instructions: Sauté diced onions in a large pan then add sliced green pepper, corn, mushrooms, diced tomatoes and ground beef.  Add 1 10 oz can of enchilada sauce, as much Oaxaca sauce as desired (It may be spicy!), and 1 cup shredded cheese. Mix together.  Spoon enchilada mix into corn or flour tortillas.  Place seam side down in lightly greased baking dish.  Pour another can of enchilada sauce over top and sprinkle with shredded cheese. Bake at 375 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes.  Enjoy with some chips and guac!  Seasonal Roots is an online farmers market that supports local family farmers and artisans who use sustainable practices that are less about short-term profit and more about preserving the land and the environment for future generations. The farmers they partner with grow the most flavorful, nutritious produce and humanely raise happy, healthy animals for meat, eggs, and dairy.  Check out Seasonal Roots today and begin creating fresh, delicious dishes for you and your family!  To order your first box, go to: Seasonal Roots Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest StumbleUpon LinkedIn

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