Inside is a mixture of ground meat and Mexican spices with a splash of refried beans. I had some leftover gravy, but no tomato sauce, so the “enchilada sauce” was not as tomato-y as I would have liked. But it went over big, and there was enough left over for another round the next day. Left to his own choices, DH would order up one of these about thrice weekly!
This rice and bean combo turned out really well. We like it like this rather than the more traditional puddle of runny beans and what appears to be instant rice with catsup that grace most Mexican plates in restaurants.