Taco Bake


Guest Recipe in her own words from the infamous K. Grub...

Ok - a recipe... I didn't use a recipe, silly... but I will try to remember how the Taco Bake came to be:

2 lbs of ground beef (from Miller's Meats of course) - seasoned with 2 packets of Hot & Spicy Ortega Taco Seasoning (on sale at Meijer coupled with a coupon... sheesh - I'm a walking advertisement!)

Actually, we made nachos out of the beef the day before, so it probably ended up being 1.5 lbs...


2 cans of Pillsbury Croissant rolls (no coupon... FOR SHAME!), spread them out zig, zaggity around your baking dish, roll the bottom so there's a crust, leaving the small pointy ends to hang over the side for now.

Can of Refried Beans (16oz - the big one), spread it out over the croissant rolls.

Spread out the cooked hamburger.

Layer with gobs of shredded cheese (about 2 cups?)

Take the pointy ends of the croissant rolls and criss cross them over the bundle of ingredients.

Sprinkle with fresh cilantro from your deck's garden pots, even though there was frost that morning.

Bake at 375 for 25-30 (I think???)

Dallop with sour cream and serve with salsa!!




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