Taco on a Platter

Taco on a Platter created by Vicki in CT

DH loves Mexican and requests it often. This recipe is from Company's Coming Greatist Hits Mexican. It's a good way to eat tacos without all the mess (even though it may not be authentic). You can make the beef sauce a day ahead and refrigerate it. Just heat thoroughly before assembling.

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  • In a large non-stick frying, scramble-fry ground beef and onion until no longer pink and onion is soft.
  • Drain excess fat.
  • Add next 6 ingredients, mix well and simmer uncovered for 15 minutes.
  • Add beans and heat through.
  • Layer corn chips, rice, beef mixture, cheese, red onion, lettuce, tomato and olives on large platter.
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"DH loves Mexican and requests it often. This recipe is from Company's Coming Greatist Hits Mexican. It's a good way to eat tacos without all the mess (even though it may not be authentic). You can make the beef sauce a day ahead and refrigerate it. Just heat thoroughly before assembling."

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    Taco on a Platter Created by Vicki in CT
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  3. Vicki in CT
    YUMMY! I used Recipe #251169 instead of tomatoes so it provided a great zip. I also added fat free sour cream and omitted rice and olives. Sort of an upscale frito pie :) I also served/layered on individual plates versus on large platter.
  4. Dreamer in Ontario
    DH loves Mexican and requests it often. This recipe is from Company's Coming Greatist Hits Mexican. It's a good way to eat tacos without all the mess (even though it may not be authentic). You can make the beef sauce a day ahead and refrigerate it. Just heat thoroughly before assembling.
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