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We eat Mexican food at our house at least a couple times a week.
Sometimes I am in the kitchen making up tacos, enchiladas, nachos, or some other form of the cuisine.
When I don’t feel like cooking, there is a Mexican buffet right around the corner from our house. That can get dangerous let me tell you. Every time we go there starving, we walk out feeling like we are going to explode. It’s one way of getting your money’s worth I guess, but I would rather not do that if I don’t have to. It isn’t the cheapest place to eat either. You get a lot of food, but it’s going to cost ya.
One thing that they always have on their buffet are these stuffed shells that are out of this world amazing. I couldn’t believe how simple it was to make these at home. If I would have known I could make this tantalizing dish at home, we would have stopped going to the buffet a long time ago! What a money, and gut, saver.
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Quick Tip: Put your stuffing in a Ziploc bag and cut off the tip to squeeze filling into the shells more easily.