4 Reviews

It is SO surprising how delicious this recipe is, with it being so simple! I substituted the taco seasoning and tomato soup for: ** 1c. ortega mild taco sauce, plus 1/2 t. each of cumin, garlic powder and a pinch of cayenne.**. And adding taco toppings is a must - we used diced tomatoes, lettuce, sliced olives, cilantro and sour cream. My whole family LOVED this and can't wait to have it again - thanks for a great recipe!

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Mom67 February 21, 2012

Lizzy....great recipe. I made this tonight for my son and hubby, and they just loved it. I topped it with everything Mexican I could find. Thanks for a great, easy, tasty recipe. Wonderful!

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tree luee dee October 08, 2008

Made this for PAC Spring 2008 I really liked this quite a bit! I served with our favorite taco toppings (avacado, olives, sour cream, green onions and salsa). I think next time I make this I will put a little bit of the meat mixture in the bottom of the baking pan, then place the biscuits on top, followed by the rest of the meat mixture. It was a bit messy to try and mix the dough in the skillet. It was very tasty and fast. Thanks a bunch will make again!

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Proud Veteran's wife March 30, 2008

Easy and tasty! I fry up my hamburger and freeze in ready-to-use meal sized portions so this was super easy! I used half cheddar and half mozzarella. I didn't have any salsa, but it was plenty moist and tasted great without it. I served it with a salad and had a nicely balanced easy meal. Thanks for sharing the recipe. I'll try your Italian Bubble Pizza next time!

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Carrie in Greenville March 02, 2008
Mexican Bubble Pizza