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What a wonderful dish! It did bring back memories and I will definately make this again. Makes for a quick meal. Made for Zaar Cookbook Tag.
Very yummy and pretty close to the real thing! I loved how easy this was! I did make one small change and that was to mix together the ground beef and refried beans before spreading them on the tortilla -- it saved me a little time and I don't think it altered the taste too much. Great recipe!
pretty close to the real thing and very good
Back in the day (where the day equals about 25 years ago), these were my absolute favorite. Nothin's changed.
I haven't eaten at Taco Bell since high school (17 years), so I can't really compare the taste. I didn't make the pizza, but made the beef to use as filling for soft tacos and it was great! I added a little cumin, extra paprika (spanish), extra water, extra onion flakes as well as crushed chilis for some kick.
These are so good! I have made these 2 times in 2 weeks! The family loves them! Thanks for posting this recipe
A fun little recipe. I think a cup of cooking oil is a lot more than required. The family enjoyed this.
Try using coen tortillas instead of flour. That's what Taco Bell actully uses.
Just like I remember them from Taco Bell if not better because of the quality ingredients. This is a super simple recipe that works great! I did use just a regular taco seasoning packet but added some cumin and paprika also, everything else I did exactly the same. Can't wait to cook these again!
My store only had 10" tortillas so I made 4 pizzas, increasing the meat to l lb. I also used more cheese. I crisped mine in the oven after brushing with a little cooking oil. (don't like using the sprays). I also just mashed a can of kidney beans with a little garlic powder instead of using the refried. I also used taco seasoning as suggested. by others. I added green onions and sliced olives after they came out of the oven. The leftovers are delicious for lunch the next day. Yummy!!!