Beef Taco Frito Skillet

Beef Taco Frito Skillet created by KGCOOK

Just happened to run across a recipe in a magazine. Read it and decided to renovate it. So this is my finished keeper. This is a versatile recipe. You can make this as hot or mild as you like. You can even bake it in the oven with the cheese. This recipe does not include oven time.

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30mins
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directions

  • Cook beef in a large skillet with onion till done.
  • Drain well.
  • Return meat to skillet and add everything except the cheese and fritos and heat till hot.
  • When meat mixture is hot again add the fritos.
  • When serving top each portion with cheese and your favorite taco toppings.
  • Variation #1 Creamy Mexican Style.
  • Stir in 1/2 cup sour cream with the soup, omit the fritos and add torn flour tortillas.
  • Variation #2 Ranchero Style.
  • Omit the fritos and add torn corn tortillas or broken taco shells.
  • If you bake this; heat oven to 350.
  • Bake for 20 minutes or till hot, shut oven off.
  • Top with cheese and and place back in oven long enough for cheese to melt.
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"Just happened to run across a recipe in a magazine. Read it and decided to renovate it. So this is my finished keeper. This is a versatile recipe. You can make this as hot or mild as you like. You can even bake it in the oven with the cheese. This recipe does not include oven time."
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  1. lea1724
    I used refried beans, adding some jalapeno cream cheese to those and Monterrey jack cheese. Used beef (its what I had) & layered it up. The lime I squeezed over the corn as it chared really enhanced the flavor! Might be a keeper.
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  2. sch30
    I loved it. It was a nice change from the standard "frito pie" from canned chillie.
    Reply
  3. KGCOOK
    Beef Taco Frito Skillet Created by KGCOOK
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    Beef Taco Frito Skillet Created by KGCOOK
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  5. KGCOOK
    Just happened to run across a recipe in a magazine. Read it and decided to renovate it. So this is my finished keeper. This is a versatile recipe. You can make this as hot or mild as you like. You can even bake it in the oven with the cheese. This recipe does not include oven time.
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