Mixed that in with ground beef, olives, chopped bacon, raisins, and let it cook till the meat was well done.
Had some frozen sweet potato slices so in the oven they went, to be broiled for just a few minutes, with a dash of sea salt, black pepper and cayenne (just a little more heat to accompany the Sriracha sauce!!) and decided to drop some tortilla chips on the plate and put the picadillo on top.
Delicious!!!! it was a very filling dinner, I must admit. Now the good thing about picadillo is that you can do just about anything with it….you can put it on top of rice, noodles, or a baked potato or even with couscous! Or else….just by itself!