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Taco Pizza

Taco Pizza recipe
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Can't figure out whether you're in the mood for pizza night or taco night? Choose both, then stand firm. Someone's gotta make the hard decisions.
15 min
25 min
6 servings
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I made this for my family we loved it! I did add sour cream to it and leave off the crushed taco shells. I will be adding this to my dinner menu often.
This was amazingly delicious! I doubled the recipe & made two pizzas, added a bit extra meat, also added smashed (drained) cooked black beans on the pizza before adding the meat, which made it more filling & healthy!
I liked the concept but next time around I would add more flavor by adding chopped onion, peppers, and perhaps some salsa or sour cream after cooking. Very filling!
This was the best pizza I have made in years! Will for sure make it again. I made the crust myself, and added garlic dressing on top. Absolute one of our favorites here.
Absolutely love this recipe. It simple. Ideal for parties as well.
Fantastic! My seventeen month-old daughter loved it just as much as my husband and I did. I will definitely make this again!
This is very easy & quick! Made this & my husband loved it! This was a great plus to our Saturday night!
After reading everyones reviews, I ended up tweeking this somewhat. I made the dough and baked it before I added the toppings. I used about 1/2 can of beans, heated them and added taco sauce and a tiny bit of cheese to it, and used this as the first layer. I did not buy a taco kit, I just added a pack of seasoning and taco sauce to the meat, and then spread that over the beans. From there I added the cheese and baked it until the cheese was melted. When I served it I topped it with the lettuce and tomatoes but no shells. I also had sour cream on the side. Overall it was really good.
Turned out great. I didn't use the Taco Dinner, just cooked taco meat like normal. I also did not crumble chips on top. Added olives. Will make again soon.
Very good! The only thing I did differently was that I did not crumble the taco shells on top.
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