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Cheesy Beef-Corn Chip Skillet

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This corn chip-topped skillet dish is perfect for those times when you're in the mood for a cheesy beef taco but nowhere near a concession stand.
35 min
35 min
6 servings, 1 cup each
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I made this recipe last week and it rocked! I did make a few changes: I substituted a 14.5 oz. can of diced tomatoes for the tomato (no fresh tomatoes this time of year), added a 15 oz. can of pinto beans (to stretch the meal), and used tortilla chips instead of corn chips (didn't have corn chips). I served it with brown rice. My family really enjoyed it. The kids especially loved adding their own chips! The next day, I combined the leftovers and we had burritos for lunch! Can't loose with this recipe!
This is a great recipe that our family makes during camp outs in our travel trailer. It's a hit and the pan is always cleaned out. Enjoy! Thank you to Patty in NJ for sharing this recipe with me! Yum, yum and.........burp.....yum! ;)
I don't like tacos, but I really liked this dish. I added chopped celery & green pepper after cooking the onions for a while (I like a crunch). I didn't have Velveta, so I used 2 chopped up slices of Cheddar and that was plenty of cheese. After cooking the meat, veggies, spices & cheese in a skillet, I put it all in in a serving dish, sprinkled it with the chopped tomatoes & the corn chips, then popped it in a 400 degree oven (preheated of course) for about 15 minutes. This heated up the tomatoes & chips and kept the chips crisp. It was a nice presentation at the table (my husband and kids actually oohed). We spooned it out like a caserole, and served it with a side of green beans. Thanks for the easy and fun recipe-- no leftovers at my house!
The receipe sold itself to me because, according to the instructions, I knew I could probably make it in my sleep AND the ingredients were budget conscious AND it involved taco-ish-ness ... which is always a good thing with hubby and kids. Unfortunately, everyone (including me) stood around the stove-top looking at finished product racked with indecision as to how to EAT the thing. It presented itself like an upside down frito-pie (which, in Texas, is probably against some kind of law)but didn't really lend itself to being served WITH anything. Too much ambiguity and uncertainty for this girl!
This was a great dish. I can't wait to make it again.
I found the chips became very tough. It was just like eating a taco. Nothing real special about it.
One pot meal, gotta love that!
Everyone in my family loved it!! We even had some friends come over while I was cooking and she wrote down the recipe to go home and make! This was one of the easiest and most popular recipes I have ever made!!
My family loved it!!
My 11 year old son loved this recipe! You can always add to it but I found it quick, easy and very good the way it is. I did try one variation and used tortilla chips broken up in large pieces instead of corn chips. Worked great and I used up some leftover chips that may have gone to waste.
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