Best Taco Lasagna Ever


INGREDIENTS:

soft 6-inch tortillas,
ground beef or turkey or even ground chicken,
season of your choice (taco seasoning or season salt n pepper),
tomatoes,
red onion,
scallions,
cilantro,
heavy cream,
mild cheddar Colby jack and Monterey Jack cheese,
butter,
Cajun season (for cheese sauce) and sour cream to top


DIRECTIONS:

brown meat and drain grease, season meat to taste.to make cheese sauce bring heavy cream and butter to a boil and slowly add cheese until thickens. Add Cajun season to spice. With red onion green pepper tomatoes and cilantro dice up to make pico and season to taste. In aluminum pan layer tortilla, meat, cheese, pico, and continue for 3 4 layers on the top finish with the last of the meat pico cheese and bake in the oven for 20 mins on 400 once finish let cool down and top with sour cream and diced scallions

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    1. Heavy whipping cream.

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    2. You can find it in the milk section, usually near the coffee creamers.

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  2. Are there any measurements at all?

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  3. I hate vague recipes like this. If you guess right, woo hoo, but, if you guess wrong, it's not optimal. Thanks for the teasing photos, but I'll pass on this recipe with no measurements.

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    1. it's freaking lasagna. figure it out. do you use measurements when you make regular lasagna? it's probably one of the easiest dishes in the world to nail.

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    2. Its vague for a reason. You can add as much as needed to feed your family. For my family of four - I would do a lb of meat and toppings as what I would use if I were to make tacos alone.

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    3. the only thing I'm confused on is how much heavy cream to how much cheese. but I'll just test it out slowly lol

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    4. You mean there are people who cook who actually measure stuff?! I haven't measured anything in 30 years. :)

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    5. LOL I only measure when baking.

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  4. I used corn tortillas, the ones for tostadas...my family liked it better..gave it some crunch

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  5. Measurements are needed. Not all of us are good guessers and don't want to waste time and money on a dish you're not sure will turn out correctly. Don't demean anyone who doesn't share your ability to throw it together

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    1. I tried it for the 1st time, I liked it!��

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  6. how many lbs of meat? and all the veggies? whipping cream? everything?

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  7. If you can't give the measurements of the ingredients then it is not a recipe. How many recipes do you see that doesn't have the measurements of the ingredients. Even those that don't measure their ingredients, if someone asked how they made it they should be able to give measurements.

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    1. I agree. I have been cooking since I was a kid, I am 64. I have cooked professionally, also. I would never share a recipe without ingred. and directions. I agree with Elvis16 as well. It is unfortunate as it sure looks delish. End of comment.


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    3. People people use common sense that God gave you, open your mind some recipe don't have measurements,I am a great cook.be bless it is what it is.

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  8. I like measurements...I enjoy knowing is being done right....I don't care if it's "freaking lasagna"... I don't want to have to Figure it out, that's why I would read a Freaking recipe! Stuuuupppid!!

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  9. Why have the comment section open & delete certain ones? My original comment (I think) was helpful ��
    But no revision of recipe WITH requested measurements from administrator

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  10. Looks so good on the picture ����

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  11. I made this this morning the same pan that's in the picture since there are no measurements and what I got from the store. 3lbs Hamburger 3 14oz can dice tomatoes and 3 10oz canof dice tomatoes 1 pt of heavy cream and 4 bags 8oz of cheese. Now when I made the pico that was fine had enough. Next time I will get 5lbs are more Hamburger 2 pt of heavy cream are a qt heavy cream. 1 green pepper ok I did 1/2 red onion that was ok and 3 pk of taco season and I added cajun season. I also added salt and pepper. I also drain all the grease I should have left a little bit meat look to dry to me. I also taste it to see if I need more seasons next time a li more. But I'll get back and let y'all know how the Family like it! This is my 1st time make any Taco dish!

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    1. Family said it was delicious looking forward to making it again.

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  12. Please people find a lasagna recipe and switch out the measurements to the taco recipe. With food I don't need to measure, I've been cooking by sight or taste for over 40 years.

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  13. For those that need measurements it isnt always adults. My 10 year old son loves cooking. When you are learning to cook measurements are needed.
    I am happy there are alot of people that cook by sight and taste. My question to you is when you where learning you didn't measure?
    Not all are seasoned cooks.

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  14. The recipe is great. I don't do measurements either,unless.im baking a cake or bread. Don't pay any attention to the winey butts.

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