15-Minute Dinner Nachos Supreme Recipe
Taco-seasoned ground beef simmered with tomato and rice is topped with salsa, cheese and lettuce for a tortilla chip-dipping meal.
Easy, easy, easy… What more can a person say? Oh, Yummy! I had made a few modifications, but nothing so major to detract from the recipe. First change I used the taco seasoning from http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Taco-Seasoning-I/Detail.aspx (Ever since I first used that recipe I never buy the packets). Second change was I cooked the rice in my rice cooker separately, 1-cup rice and 2 cups water. Third change was I used a cup of habanera salsa that my manager made, and it was perfect! She uses fresh ingredients straight from her garden. Will definitely make this again!
Very yummy!! I did make some changes though. I used ground turkey instead of ground beef to make it a little healthier (next time I may use more than one pound). I also had to cook it for about 10 minutes in Step 2. After that, I poured the mixture into a casserole dish, covered it with some salsa, then with some sour cream, and finally I sprinkled some cheddar and mozzarella cheese on top. Then I popped in under the broiler for just a few minutes until the cheese was melted. We used the light restaurant-style tortilla chips and they were great. Both my husband and I loved it! We'll probably end up getting two or three meals out of it too. This is definitely going in my recipe box!
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