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Taco Bake

Taco Bake
One food item I always seem to have in my pantry or in my fridge are flour tortillas. They are good for so many things. Tortillas can be made into so many different types of snacks for kids (and grownups). You can cut them up and fry them or bake them. You can make cinnamon chips, quesadillas, tortilla pizzas....The possibilities are endless...and easy on the wallet too. Sometimes when I only have a few left, I like to make this taco bake. Ingredients: 1 pound ground beef 1 packet taco seasoning * water as called for on back of seasoning packet 3 large flour tortillas (8-inch size) 1/2 cup Salsa Con Queso 1 1/2-2 cups shredded Mexican cheese blend Directions: Brown and crumble ground beef. Add in taco seasoning and water (following directions on back of seasoning packet). Once the taco meat is ready, turn off heat and add in 1/2 cup salsa con queso. I like a mild salsa con queso. Preheat oven to 350F degrees. Spray an 8-inch round baking pan with nonstick cooking spray. Then slice and serve.

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