Refried Bean-Taco Pizza
Total TimePrep: 30 min. Bake: 20 min.
We love taco pizza so this was a winner at our house!
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I ended up making this without the refried beans because I discovered that the can I thought was in the cupboard was not. It turned out fine anyway. It sort of reminded me of a raco salad bowl.
Mary are u related to Bob Dewiller of Lucas Ohio ????
Great pizza! I made it when my refried bean haters were not home. However, I think they blended well with the other pizza ingredients and could potentially go unnoticed.
This tasted great and was fun to make. We used Nacho flavored tortilla chips, adding a little more flavor. I don't like olives, skipped those. We added some sour cream and salsa after baking also. My husband sprinkled some hot sauce on his as well. Very filling.We didn't put the fresh cold ingredients on the entire pizza knowing we wouldn't be able to finish the whole thing. That helped to be able to warm it the next day better, and top individual pieces with the cold ingredients. That helps to individualize it for your own taste as well.
Grate, but suggest heating refried beans in microwave to make the spreading easier.
I made two separate pizzas. One with ground beef for me and my husband and the other with vegetarian "crumbles" for my vegetarian daughters and we all were very pleased!
Easy and delicious. I made my own dough in the bread machine. I really enjoyed it!
Such a simple after-work recipe that keeps you out of the restaurant and on-track for your budget. I made it vegetarian by heating up the refried beans and mixing in the taco mix (saute onions seperately). I also used crushed tortilla chips instead of taco shells. 1 slice is filling and it's so tasty!