These delicious taco pie casseroles take this popular Mexican food to new heights. Tortillas, seasoned meat, and cheese are baked to perfection and then topped with traditional fixings to make these savory taco pies.See Popular Taco Pie Recipes
Get baking success every time with recipes like the following, from Fleischmann's Yeast.
This beef and bean skillet casserole is topped with cornbread. It's an easy dinner the whole family will like.
Enjoy this impossibly easy taco pie recipe made using Old El Paso® taco seasoning mix and Old El Paso® chopped green chiles that are ready in just 50 minutes / perfect for a dinner.
Get out of your taco night rut with our simple recipe for savory Mexican pie. All you need to do is mix, layer, and bake to make this delicious meat loaf.
Next time you get a hankering for a good old pizza pie for dinner, might we suggest you ditch the takeout menu and whip up this Chicken Pizza with a Kick instead? Not only is it super easy (what with the use of refrigerated pizza dough), it's a welcome alternative to the perennial question: "sausage or pepperoni?" The titular "kick" here comes from substituting taco sauce for regular tomato, and also from the use of red onion and red sweet pepper (which, lo and behold, happens to be in season right now!)
If you want a foolproof way to get perfectly tender and juicy roast chicken, butterfly it before cooking--it works like a charm, every time. By cutting out the backbone with a cooking sheers and flattening it in the roasting pan, the chicken cooks evenly, never drying out. Just season it with salt and pepper, place two halved lemons underneath the breasts (keep breast sides up in the skillet), pour in about 1/2 cup of water at the bottom of the pan, and place a cold pat of butter on top of the bird.
Make your spaghetti dinner, but don't worry about how much past to toss in the post. In fact, toss is a lot--maybe even the contents of two one-pound packages. If boiling spaghetti on a hot summer night isn't all that much fun, well, do it once with the air-conditioner on high, and then get three more spaghetti-based meals without steaming up the entire kitchen.
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Beans are my unsung heroes; they're powerhouses of nutrients and one of the most affordable ways to add protein to any meal. And black beans are what I almost always go for in most Mexican and Latin American-style dishes, even if the recipes calll for other kinds of beans. Of course, homemade beans are always more exciting than canned -- more flavorful and always less expensive.
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Whether you're planning a Cinco de Mayo party or just looking for something different for a weeknight dinner, Mexican-inspired casseroles are a perfect way to satisfy your craving for a bit of south-of-the-border spice. Casseroles are a great "make ahead" meal, and because you can adjust the portions according to the number of people you're serving, they're a great potluck dish, too. In honor of the Mexican holiday that Americans love to celebrate, we're giving you a variety of our favorite Mexican-style casseroles.
Free gift wrapping, pre-made pie crusts, gift cards (for the impossible to shop for) ... these time-savers are a few of our favorite things come the holiday season. Another?
Inspired by the rustic multipurpose container of the moment, here are seasonal, portable recipes from blogger that can be made or served in mason jars.
Your fiesta will feel extra festive when you serve up these Mexican recipes to celebrate Cinco de Mayo.
Some say it's a good tailgating salad that makes the party, rounding out all the other great dishes, like chili, brats, pie, and desserts. We kind of agree. A good, old-fashioned German Potato Salad or a Creamy version that is just a little lighter on the mayo sound to us like essential dishes for true-blue tailgating.