I made 2 versions of this recipe for a Superbowl party last year and it was a huge success. The first version was as stated on here including the deco in the middle just i added a small bowl in the middle to add salsa. The second version was just replacing beef with chicken. I bought a freshly made rotisserie chicken...pulled and shredded all the white meat from the chicken and continued to add all the same ingredients as the beef version...I had to add just a little more water to keep the chicken from getting dry. It was sooooo moist and tasted as great as the beef version.
This recipe was just okay for us. It was a decent meal but nothing was really special about it. It was missing something that I can't quite put my finger on. It looked nice, though.
This was a fabulous dinner. We're definitely going to have it again soon, and I'm really looking forward to having the leftovers for lunch today! The only thing I'll do differently next time is cook the onion with the meat - and take a picture!
this was just excellent! as a pampered chef consultant, i can say that this is EXACTLY the recipe we make at parties!
This was really good. I loved the crescent roll crust. A nice twist to a taco!
I used extra lean ground turkey and browned it w/ chopped onion. It was delicious! It was such a pretty presentation that everyone thought I slaved in the kitchen for hours!
This made my kids say, "WOW". It was easy and yummy. I ommitted the bell pepper and didn't miss it.
This was made at the first pampered chef show I ever attended several years ago(needless to say I'm now a pampered chef junkie, but that's another story). I was so impressed by both the presentation and the flavor that I make this for many gatherings with friends. The way it was made when I saw it used diced red bell pepper inside the ring, and had a greeen bell peper filled with salsa on a bed of shredded lettuce served in the middle after baking.
Fantastic! This is a new family favorite :)