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Taco Rice Skillet

Taco Rice Skillet recipe
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Some meals are Good. Some can be even called So good. Here's what one reviewer called our Taco Rice Skillet: Sooo good. (Now that's pretty good!)
time
prep:
25 min
total:
25 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
9/28/2005
This has become a family favorite! More filling than regular taco mix - use it for nachos or tacos! Delicious!
posted:
9/19/2005
Delicious & EASY! Reheats great for lunch. Next time I make it I am going to add onions, black olives & Jalapenos!
posted:
8/23/2005
This is a wonderful recipe - super quick and easy. Once I made, I substituted things I love - I use extra lean ground beef (about a pound) rather than BOCA and I substitute a can of drained petite cut diced tomatoes instead of fresh tomatoes. I also throw in a can of drained beans (black or kidney) which adds taste and fiber! I top with salsa, chilis, sour cream and olives if available. Yummy and lots of leftovers!
posted:
6/30/2005
I thought this was awesome. It was SO fast. It is a great low calorie entree. Great flavor, and I love having the Boca Burger instead of nasty hamburger. Thank you for this amazing recipe.
posted:
5/26/2005
This is really good. It's basically a warm taco salad. I added crushed torilla chips on top.
posted:
4/24/2005
I think adding 1 cup salsa with the other turned out better. very good though. Thanks
posted:
4/6/2005
This was a VERY quick recipe. It took me right around 10 minutes from start to finish. I served it with chips and it was a wonderful dinner!
posted:
3/28/2005
We altered the recipe a bit. We used ground turkey instead of the Boca product. We also decreased the amount of rice in the recipe. Since others said that the recipe was dry, we used salsa instead of tomatos. We then served the dish 'salad style' by spooning out the meat-rice mixture over about a cup of salad in a bowl topping it off with the cheese and some low-fat sour cream. We would have this again.
posted:
1/19/2005
posted:
1/16/2005
By itself, this recipe is boring (dry). I added a layer of sour cream, sliced avacodos and 4 slices of tomato in the middle to make it pretty. My husband and kids love it and have askedfor it again! easy! fast! easy! pretty! good!
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