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This was GOOD! Next time I think I might use 2 cans of the fiesta cheese soup (mine was just a tad bit dry). I was really surprised when all 3 of my picky eater kids ate it. I agree with another reviewer, it tasted even better the next day. Thanks for a different way to make a tator tot casserole!
This was good and different. I followed the recipe as written other then I had frozen cooked burger in the freezer so used that. I added the taco seasoning and the directions say to add water but it doesn't saw how much water to use. I used 3/4 cup of water. I also topped ours with a mexican blend of cheese. This was something different for us.
This was so good! my niece had a friend over and between those two and my husband and I we pretty much cleaned the dish. I could not find either soups mentioned in the recipe or review so I got a can of cheddar cheese soup and mixed it with one can original Rotel. This smelled really good during baking and it was very tasty, a real nice little kick to it. It has already been requested for dinner again. Thank you for the recipe.
I gave this 3 stars. I made this for our dinner.My 4 yrs old newphew & 6 yrs old niece didn't like it. My 3 yrs old newphew & I liked this it was good. The next day I had this for lunch and it's even better the taco flavor really came out. I used Southwest Style Pepper Jack soup instead of the cheese soup as that's what I had on hand. Next time I make this I will add the cheese in to the ground beef mix. Thanks for posting a good recipe. Christine (internetnut)
PAC 2007-Very interesting turn on the traditional tater tot casserole. As Emeril would say, "this is kicked up a notch". The addition of the taco seasoning and the cheese soup added a much different taste and texture. That, along with the addition of the corn really made this a great dish. My kids really liked it as did Mark. In fact, he is the one who prepared the dish and believe it or not, he actually FOLLOWED the directions!! THANKS VR...this one is a keeper!!!