Friday, August 24, 2012


  My neighbor often makes these and they look very good. She told me how easy they were to make and my sister gave me a little advice on making them even easier.
  You can put inside what ever you like I used ground beef with green chile (a previous recipe post) and then I also made some that had potatoes and cheese inside. I thought if I was going to screw em up I would make them as cheap as possible. Little to my surprise they turned out delicious! You can add chicken and mole, steak, I even glanced at recipe that was made with apples on the inside , I am interested in trying those as well now. These made this recipe so simple
I bought them in the freezer section near the pie crusts!

So with that all said lets get to our recipe! Feel free to mix up your fillings!
1-2 packages of your Goya discos (10 are in a pack)
filling (you can use chicken, steak, pulled pork, potatoes and cheese)
sour cream
green chili or salsa
avocado (optional)
Preheat oven to 425 when starting to  fill

The discos are separated by a wrapper you want to grab a small roller and roll them out a little larger than they come. Add about 3 Tsps of whatever filling you choose to the middle of disc. Then fold it over and press down ends with a fork to seal. Place on a greased cookie sheet. Then brush the tops and ends with a vegetable oil (this is a rare occasion I used regular oil) Once oven is heated place cookie sheet on lowest rack for 12-15 minutes. Serve with sour cream, green chile, salsa, tomato, onion, lettuce, avocado, anything basically you would add to a taco and enjoy.


  1. Oh look easy an yummy i gotta try them this week :)

  2. Thanks they were delicious I cant wait to try different fillings!