I have posted my other "sour cream" recipes already (Sour Cream Lasagna and Beef Stroganoff). Well, this is the last of them... and this is what I make to use up the rest of the sour cream in my fridge. I make these meals during the same week, once a month. It's the week that I buy sour cream.
And it is ironic that I am posting all of these sour cream recipes when sour cream is one of the only "processed" type foods that we buy. I haven't figured out how to make a homemade/raw version of sour cream yet, so I have just been buying the organic stuff (it is still pasteurized, still packaged). And this whole recipe is probably the most processed thing that I make (packaged chips, canned beans, etc.). So, it is not necessarily following the nutritional guidelines I like to set for myself and all of you guys, but these meals are yummy nonetheless.
16 oz can refried beans
1 lb. organic, grass-fed beef
1 cup sour cream
16 oz jar of salsa
8 oz raw milk cheddar cheese
Spread beans on bottom of 9x7 dish. Layer beef. Mix sour cream with salsa and put on beef. Top with grated cheese. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes (or until cheese gets all melty). Yum. Yum.
P.S. This was a hard dish to take a picture of because it is so goopy and hard to make look appetizing. I tried to scoop it out nicely so as to keep some of its shape, but it is a dip so it is going to be dip-like. It is kind of yummy to eat cold too.