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Avocado Shrimp Tostadas - Lunch

LUNCH 3/18/16

I have been planning to make this recipe for months! FINALLY I've done it! Did I make this exactly according to the recipe? NO, I never really do.

This is what i did:
I used frozen cooked shrimp from Aldi less than $5, canned corn from the food pantry, canned refried beans from Aldi less than $1, corn tortillas from Aldi less than $2, pico de gallo from walmart, $3, guacamole from Aldi around $3


I gave the corn and shrimp a little color in the frying pan with a little Smart Balance, in a smaller frying pan I crisped the corn tortillas in a little Smart Balance as well. The refried beans I simply put in a container in the microwave.
I took the corn tortillas out to firm up, put the refried beans on 1st, guacamole 2nd, pico de gallo, corn then shrimp.


VOILA!.....
These were amazing!!!


I do recommend this recipe! Why not make it, it's cheap!

http://cookinwithmommy.blogspot.com/2016/02/california-avocado-shrimp-tostadas.html

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