Thursday, February 26, 2009

Foodie Friday! Taco Pie


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When it's a long day at work
@ I need a quick supper
I just throw this together.

T-A-C-O   P-I-E!

Brown 1 lb of hamburger, use taco seasonings according to package directions. Meanwhile
preheat your oven to 350 degrees.

Pat refrigerated crescent rolls into a pie plate to form a crust.

Crush Tostitoes, Fritoes, or Doritoes into a layer on the bottom of the crust.

Sprinkle shredded cheese such as mild cheddar over the crushed chips.

Place the taco meat into the pie plate.


Frost  the meat with 8 0z. of sour cream.



Cover over the sour cream with more crushed chips.

Top it off with  additional shredded cheese. Then bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes.


Serve with sour cream. shredded lettuce, tomatoes,
black olives, Salsa
whatever you usually have with your tacos.

It's even better the next day !

Enjoy!

Robyn

37 comments:

Gollum said...

Robyn, I'm loving this recipe. It's comforting. I hope your assistant came back to work!
Take care.
Hugs,
G

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Robyn, this looks so good it's sinful! YUM! Gotta try this one.

Thanks for sharing...

XO,

Sheila :-)

Foley said...

Great recipe - much neater than individual tacos..not as messy!!
Love the step by step photos!!

Cynthia said...

Robyn,
That looks really good! I will try it for sure. Hey my friend, since you live in the area, I found the chair via Craigslist at The Lived in Room in Stillwater. It is a really darling little consignment shop with some really nicer quality stuff. It's not on the main drag but not hard to find. Cindy

susan said...

Mexican comfort food! I make something similar to this with Bisquick in both a Mexican and Italian version! Thanks.

vintagewindow said...

Oh Yummy!
This looks easy and delicious. Think I'll try it this weekend.

Kris

Chris said...

Oh YUM, Robyn, this is a keeper.This is so like my kind of cooking. LOL

Hugs,
Chris

Linda said...

What a great idea - never heard of taco pie, but I love tacos, so why not?! Linda

prof en retraite said...

Hi Robyn...This looks really yummy! Love it! Have a great weekend...Debbie

Cyndy said...

I do like my mexican food!!! And this is a new recipe for me, so I can't wait to try it!!!

Thanks,
Cyndy

Smilingsal said...

I'll bet that's delicious.

Chandy said...

Oh wow! I think I'll try this soon! Yummy!!!

Carolyn of What Now? Tablescapes

Mrs. B. Silly said...

Now you're tacoing my language. lol I've never seen cresent rolls used as a pie crust. This sounds soooo good! I love mexican food.

Susan said...

Happy Foodie Friday!Yum..this looks great (and fast)...going to have to try it!

Susan

Sweetie said...

Robyn, This recipe looks absolutely delicious. It'd be great to take to a pot luck. Last night my daughter made us taco bowls for supper. I will give her this recipe. She loves to try new recipes.
Sweetie

Pat@Back Porch Musings.blogspot.com said...

This looks scrumptious!!

Kristen said...

Words cannot describe how tasty this looks! Yum!

salmagundi said...

Yum! Yum! This is from my favorite food group - Mexican food! And, I've never seen this recipe before - After all of these years, I thought I had seen them all. Gotta try this. Thanks, Sally

Silver said...

oo..that's so yummy goodness!

enjoyed visiting you today.. later!

~Silver
from One Day at a Time/Refelctions

Bo said...

Oh Robyn...you are speaking my language here...yum! I've seen lots of Taco Pie recipes, but never one like yours...sounds delish...I'll have to add chopped onions to mine...I know, bad breath...but I love them...Thanks for sharing this keeper! ;-) Bo

JyLnC said...

I'm going to have to try this because it looks fabulous and it is so easy. I love easy recipes for my daily routine.

xinex said...

The taco pie looks so good, Robyn!...Christine

imjacobsmom said...

Just a little note - I add chopped onions to mine - but just not when Jacob's looking. I also mince them very tiny and add it to the taco meat while it is frying - and hopefully he doesn't see it....Robyn

Shelia said...

Wow, Robyn! This looks so delicious! We were both going Mexican this week, huh? I must try this!
Be a sweetie and hope all is well with you.
Shelia ;)

Terrie's Lil' Piece of Serenity said...

Robyn, This looks so yummy to me. I will.. try it very soon.
Hugs, Terrie

Lady Katherine said...

I love the taco pie, I have to try this. My grandsons, 4 and 5 years old rolled their cresent rolls, to eat with chicken nuggets. One had syrup on his roll, the other we sprinkled cinnamon and mix up conf. sugar and water. They thought this was great. I looked around your site, I love the 50 cents plates and the black tray table! You asked me a question about my butler's pantry. I if I win, lol We have an addition, which was a back porch, then the last owners made a walk in pantry, laundry room, which is separate, hubby took the wall down and now it opens up to the back door mud room, then there is another door way. We plan to add a bath. I want a half bath, hubby wants to add a shower, If no shower, I can take part of the room, (all ready made a door way into, and make a small butler's pantry. I want one side to have a top cabinet, for tea ect. bottom to have a small sink, a small fridge, maybe, and room to had a heating element. Now on the other side I hope to get a french door, and build a round glass room for a porch. We added a small porch on the front and still have not knocked the outside wall out, now its like a sleeping porch, I love it with the windows. I have plants rooting there and a day bed and rockers. We are going to open it and add poles and rails. It is a dog trot, with french doors at each end. When the back of the house we will build a screen porch. I want my dream glass enclosed porch off the butlers pantry and dining room! I hope I win, for I have loved sitting on the enclosed porch this winter facing the warm south. Ok this is too long.

SusanQ said...

I love south-of-the-border Fridays! My husband would be my slave if I made this for him ;) I love your Bunny header!

Kathleen said...

That looks delicious...I have never made it that way!

mbkatc230 said...

This looks really good, and a great easy after work dinner! Thanks for sharing this. Kathy

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

I'm definitely going to have to try this. Mex. food is such a hit at my house, and this looks delicious! Thanks for the recipe. laurie

The Muse said...

Keeper!!!!
Oh yes this is going on my must taste list! !!!!

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

Oh my gosh...that's a dream come true recipe for me. I am being a good girl and fixing fresh fish (yuk) for supper tonite but tomorrow nite...watch out...taco pie with lots of cheese..yippee!

vintage chic mom said...

I'm going to try this recipe this week....my son always loves it when I fix tacos...I can see this recipe being added to my "Finch Family Favorites" book. Can't wait to try it...it looks really good (Does this recipe appear in the Weight Watchers Cookbook? I think not!) :~)
Kelly

Susan said...

That looks delicious! I am going to try that one one my family!

Life on Bonnie Lane said...

Oh. My. Goodness. This looks absolutely delicious! I am no cook, believe me, but I am always looking for something new to try, and I could do this! I will have to try it out on my sons.

Believe me though, it wouldn't be tasting better the next day because they would eat it all that night! lol

Kady

vintage chic mom said...

I made it for supper tonight (actually, I made two--can you say teenagers?)

Everyone loved it and said it's a keeper...it will definitely be going into our "family favorites" collection of recipes. Thanks for sharing.
Kelly

James said...

Wow.. great food collection, making my mouth water.