Baked Crunchy Taco Casserole


Baked Crunchy Taco Casserole


Baked Crunchy Taco Casserole
Baked Crunchy Taco Casserole

Here's a new way to eat a taco: Line up all of your taco shells, stuff them with ground beef, sprinkle with cheese, and bake. When you pull out Baked Crunchy Taco Casserole from the oven, add your favorite toppings like lettuce, tomatoes, sour cream, etc. After one bite of this taco shell casserole, you'll fall in love with its crispiness and flavor. You'll want to eat all your tacos this way. Your friends and family will love this Mexican casserole, and you'll love how easy it is to make a large batch all at once for parties or family gatherings.


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Cooking Time20 min

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This is a really clever and good idea. I'd definitely recommend using the flat-bottomed Stand N Stuff taco shells so things don't start collapsing as the tacos are removed. I like annieaz's idea of using refried beans as the bottom layer to make them into a sort of tostada. And a bit of cooking spray applied to the pan or dish is always good. This is a great and novel item to bring to a potluck or party. It's a clever and simple idea and one I'll definitely be using again.

This recipe is bound to be a big hit at my family's parties. Everyone loves tacos, so Mexican food is a frequent theme at our family holiday parties. This would not only feed a lot of people quickly, but would also cut down on the mess if everyone were to come up and make their own. Cooking spray is a must.

Actually very good. A tip would be to spray the pan with cooking spray so the tacos don't stick to the bottom on the pan. But all in all easy and good!

I have made this 3 times..and it is delicious!!! I did substitute the tomatoes for tomato sauce...and I put a layer of refried beans in the bottom of the shell, then cheese, then the meat mixture and topped again with cheese and viola...tostada tacos!!!! soooooo yummy!! this recipe is a keeper!!!


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