What the Beck???
Recipe Review NOT A PIONEER WOMAN RECIPE
Today’s Recipe and Location: Tex-Mex Fiesta Bake Recipe
I figured out that there are 405 calories, if 15 servings are made. (Please note that the calorie counts vary depending on the specific brands of ingredients that you choose to use.)
I love any type of Tex-Mex dip and this one was wonderful. I found it on Pinterest, and I made and took this to my niece, Alaina’s house for a party she named "Erdfest." I always try out new food on my family. According to my brother-in-law, this one is a keeper. All of the people at the table agreed with Rick, so I felt good about this one. Try it!
Here are the ingredients that I used to create this recipe
I began by browning the onion and ground beef.
I used a disposable pan, so I didn't have to
worry about bringing it home.
I covered the bottom of the pan with refried beans.
I put the salted and peppered meat mixture atop the beans.
I poured 1/2 cup taco sauce over the meat mixture.
A can of green chiles were sprinkled across the top.
I evenly distributed the cheddar cheese
and then the Monterey Jack.
Now, I added on the remainder of the taco sauce.
That is all there is to it. In the oven it went.
I did cut up some garnishes for the top (see below),
and then served it all with chips.
Sorry, no photo of the final product since I was
at the party when I added the ending elements.
I added chopped red and green peppers to the top after baking.
As well as sour cream...
and my favorite......black olives.
Easy to make ahead.......
great to eat!!!