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Mexican Meat Pie

A good family dish. You probably could use leftover taco meat.

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  • Brown meat with onion and pepper.
  • Add tomatoes, salt and pepper.
  • Arrange in a 9x13 dish, one layer of tortillas, meat, beans, and cheese.
  • Repeat layers.
  • Top with soup.
  • Bake at 350 degrees for 35-40 minutes until bubbly.
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"A good family dish. You probably could use leftover taco meat."
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  1. Liz The Chef
    Great recipe! have been having it for breakfast every morning since! I can think of a thousand variations for this. Easy to put together and delicious!!!
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  2. bgayton
    I used Chi-Chi's beef taco meat sold in meat department in place of chuck. Found ranch style beans at Whole Foods.
    Reply
  3. Tad in Jax
    This recipe got rave reviews with my dinner guests. I did make a few changes however. I reduced the amount of ground beef to 1lb, and added 1/2lb of Chorizo sausage. I used flour tortilla's instead of corn, as I prefer the flavor, and finally, I used the Mexican Velveeta instead of the plain. I browned the meat, onions, and green pepper the night before and let it sit in the refrigerator due to lack of time. All of it came together quite well. I would suggest drainig the tomatoes if you use canned, as it was a little 'wet'.
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  4. Tad in Jax
    This recipe got rave reviews with my dinner guests. I did make a few changes however. I reduced the amount of ground beef to 1lb, and added 1/2lb of Chorizo sausage. I used flour tortilla's instead of corn, as I prefer the flavor, and finally, I used the Mexican Velveeta instead of the plain. I browned the meat, onions, and green pepper the night before and let it sit in the refrigerator due to lack of time. All of it came together quite well. I would suggest drainig the tomatoes if you use canned, as it was a little 'wet'.
    Reply
  5. Miss Annie
    A good family dish. You probably could use leftover taco meat.
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