Tacos in a Bowl
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 25 min.
This is good. The recipe was doubled and there is very little left. The juice from one can (14.5 ounces) of diced tomatoes equals roughly 1/2 cup. I just put the entire contents of the can along with 1/2 cup of water to replace the 1 cup of water in the recipe.
We used the spices in homemade taco seasoning (cumin, garlic powder, onion powder, oregano, paprika, red pepper flakes black pepper), adjust to your taste. We also used 1/2 jar of medium salsa. The red pepper flakes give it a kick! Yummy!
My family loves tacos! These were perfect for a weeknight dinner and the best part is if you don't have taco shells it doesn't matter. Crushed up chips for me our a must on this dish. Great Recipe.
My picky family loved this! I doubled the recipe to feed everyone. Next time I think I'm going to add some corn.
This was a quick and easy weeknight meal. I doubled the recipe for my family and used a whole can of tomatoes and a can of beef broth instead of the water for a bit more flavor. I also seasoned the ground beef with pepper and salt while browning.
Wow! 922 mg of Sodium.
I've been making this for several years & it's a favorite for my husband & I. It's so easy & tasty! To add a little kick, I use diced tomatoes with chilies & use some of the drained liquid instead of water. My husband likes it better spicy. I like it a bit more mild!
Great flavor combination
This is so quick & easy and taste great. Good one to make with kids and also easy for single guys who are not that into cooking.
very good! this tastes similar to a taco stuffed shells recipe with a lot less work! Very quick and easy.