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One-Pan Taco Dinner

One-Pan Taco Dinner recipe
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Taco seasoning—not taco shells—is what makes this one-pan ground beef and rice dinner so flavorful. Top with lettuce and tomatoes and enjoy.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
20 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
1/10/2009
My family loved this recipe. I did not have any fresh tomatoes so I added a can of diced tomatoes ( rotel) to the mix and only one cup of water. This recipe turned out great!
posted:
12/16/2008
MY FAMILY ATE THIS IN NO TIME FLAT! I heeded the comments given by other users and guarded against it not having enough flavor by adding a jar of salsa to the dish while the rice was cooking. I also added some corn as mentioned by others. We added crushed tortilla chips on top with the lettuce, tomatoes, and sour cream! I have ALREADY been asked by my husband to prepare this again. He made a special request for me to double the receipe next time so that we can possibly freeze it for another quick meal at a later time! ;) ***FYI ~ I used ground turkey instead of beef.***
posted:
12/12/2008
Very good and easy to make! I used chicken broth instead of the water to help flavor the rice. Will make again!!
posted:
10/31/2008
I switched it up a bit, and now my husband asks me to make this ONCE a week. I brown a pound of meat with pepper, onion salt, and some cajun seasoning. Then I strain out the grease & add about 2.5 cups water. I get two of the pre-seasoned packets of spanish rice (that cost about 50 cents in the store) add those in & 1.5 packets of taco seasoning. I let it cook covered under the rice is almost done & then I add in a cup of cheese. Once its finished cooking hubbs tops it with lettuce, more cheese & hot sauce. MMM MMM...
posted:
10/21/2008
Super easy, but before I even tried it I thought it would be a little bland, so I added more lettuce and used ranch dressing to make a taco salad. YUM! The rice is a healthier alternative to chips, too. I will definitely make it again.
posted:
9/9/2008
Very quick but bland. Next time I will jazz it up and add more spices.
posted:
8/16/2008
This dish was GREAT! I doubled the recipe and then cooked the rice and meat separately. Then added the cheese when I mixed them together. I served it with sour cream and the lettuce. YUMMY!
posted:
8/6/2008
This is a very quick dish to make and very easy.I usually use ground beef,but, tonight I only had boneless skinless chicken breasts and decided to use them. I also add an onion when I brown the meat.After I add the taco seasoning I also add about a cup of salsa for extra flavor. Sometimes I will add black beans and corn.
posted:
7/11/2008
This recipe is very mild. I usually make my nacho mixture with a can of Rotel. My kids liked this one better than the usual one I make since it isn't as hot. Not a bad flavor just a mild one. I will make it again though since my kids really liked it.
posted:
7/9/2008
this recipe was just ok it lacked taste, will try more seasoning next time
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