One of our favorite foods is tacos. I love to reinvent family favorites and change up the boring routine with something new and different with flavors we already love. This time I created this easy fiesta taco bowls recipe and they were a huge hit! Not only that but they cost us very little to make thanks to this free ground beef coupon (go print it now I’ll wait!).
Begin by browning one pound of ground beef. Then drain off the fat and return it to the pan.
Then, using Hamburger Helper Crunchy Taco, follow directions on the box adding milk, water, seasoning and rice to your skillet. Bring to a boil then cover and simmer for 20 minutes.
Meanwhile make your tortilla bowls by placing flour or corn tortillas in tortilla pans (I use these Tortilla Pans) and bake at 400 degrees for about ten minutes until crisp. You can also mix the milk and topping packet while you are waiting.
Once your hamburger mixture is done simmering, spoon it into your tortilla bowls.
Then top it with corn chips and cheese sauce topping.
Now add your choice of taco toppings to it. We used lettuce, salsa, tomatoes, avocado and green onion. You can also add sour cream or greek yogurt, guacamole, shredded cheese or black olives.
Now you have a delicious meal you can proudly serve your family and guests for just a few dollars! That is my kind of meal!
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Fiesta Taco Bowls Recipe
- 1 Package Hamburger Helper Crunchy Taco Variety
- 8 6 " Flour or Corn Tortillas
- Toppings of your choice including lettuce tomatoes, sour cream or greek yogurt, avocado, salsa, green onions, black olives or guacamole
- Brown your ground beef and drain grease then return it to the pan.
- Follow Package directions adding milk, water, seasoning packet and rice to your pan and bring to a boil then simmer for 20 minutes.
- Meanwhile prepare the topping packet and bake your tortillas in tortilla pans at 400 degrees for 10 minutes or until crisp.
- Then fill the tortilla bowls with your hamburger mixture.
- Top each bowl with corn chips, cheese topping and the toppings of your choice.
Did you grow up eating Hamburger Helper?