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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.
time
prep:
35 min
total:
35 min
servings
total:
6 servings, 1 cup each
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posted:
2/6/2006
Very good!
posted:
1/2/2006
my family is kinda picky, they really loved it. said different is good. will be making this again.
posted:
12/8/2005
It's better as a dip. I like to keep the corn chips out and just use them to dip into this recipe. If you put the chips in it they get soggy.
posted:
11/22/2005
This recipie is very filling! Make sure there are no leftovers-this dish doesn't reheat well due to the corn chips.
posted:
10/13/2005
It was good, quick and easy to make.
posted:
9/2/2005
I think this was a wounderfull alternative to frito pie. No grease(unlike chili) but all the flavor.
posted:
8/4/2005
I used tortilla chips, and shredded sharp cheddar cheese in place of the velveeta. My husband loved it and said he could eat it every day! Not as good as hard-shell tacos, but if you don't have the shells, it's a good alternative.
posted:
7/30/2005
We loved this recipe.It's an easy meal to fix when you are in a hurry. I've also used ground turkey and it went over well also.
posted:
7/3/2005
Everyone loved this! I follwed the recipe and then had "taco" toppings such as lettuce, shredded cheese, onion, etc. off to the side so each family member could fix it up as they wanted.
posted:
2/10/2005
i read the comments and i added some stuff of my own. i crushed cornchips at the bottom. i used crushed tomato and sauce ( i would have used salsa but i did not have any) i seasoned the mix with garlic, accent, chilli powder and i stired in a drained can of whole corn. i put the meat in the tomato mixture and put sharp cheddar cheese on top of corn chips then put meat / tomato mixture then more cheese then corn chips. i baked for 15 min when i was done i topped with sour cream
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