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Quick and simple! I added red peppers and celery to bulk it up a little. It seemed like so little to put into a 9x13 pan so I put it in an 8in square. DH was crying that there wasn't anymore lol

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Sam #3 March 30, 2009

This is so quick and easy and really it's not different than having a taco. DH does this all the time with crushed chips on his plate, taco meat, and cheese. He's good to go. Sometimes he adds tomatoes and onions. A little ketchup or salsa or Tabasco for a little kick. Thanks for an easy one for supper tonight bonnette! Made for PRMR~

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CoffeeB September 15, 2008

I had no problem with soggy chips either. Quick, Easy, and delish!

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Nyteglori October 31, 2007

We loved these. I took the opinion of mary winecoff and made 1/2 nacho cheese doritos and 1/2 Doritos, and it was a 50/50 decision. Dave and I loved the nacho flavored chips and my nephew liked the other. I did not have a problem with the chips getting soggy at all. We will make these again for sure. Thanks.

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~Nimz~ October 28, 2007

I used half of a bag of the Doritos combo (hot wings and blue cheese). I like the premise of this but since I do not really like Doritos this wasn't my favorite dish. However, if you are a Dorito fan...this would be perfect for you! My boys thought it was good but discovered they aren't Dorito fans either! I would like to try this with regular nacho chips. I know I would love that. There was no oven temperature so I baked these at 400 degrees for about 5 minutes.

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mary winecoff October 22, 2007
Nacho Taco Casserole