-Using your hands, mix together beef,
taco seasoning, and water.
-Brown the beef mixture in a skillet over medium-high
heat for 5-6 minutes, using a wooden spoon or spatula to
break up the meat as it cooks; set aside.
-In 375 degree oil, fry tortillas for 30-45
seconds per side, keeping as flat as possible and popping any bubbles
that may form; drain on brown paper bags.
-Spread beans, then meat, then picante sauce/salsa over 4 of the
tortillas; set aside.
-Spread cheese, then tomatoes, then onions over remaining tortillas;
stack one of these tortillas on each of the others.
-Place pizzas under a hot broiler just until cheese has melted.
Make It A Meal: Serve with
Cream like El Torito's®
enchilada sauce instead of salsa. It tasted just like Taco
Bell's! My hubby thought I got them there
but noticed how big the tortillas were!!!
He said they
were excellent and it helped my craving!
of salsa stop by taco bell and pick up some
packets of mild sauce. if you handle your
business they're free which by my calculations
costs a lot less then stuff at the store.
I would just like to
thank you so much Robbie for putting this copy cat recipe of Taco
Bells Mexican Pizza on your site, I have always loved those pizzas
and have always wanted the recipe for them, now thanks to you I have
it, and I tell you this recipe is out of this world. I made them for
my family and they all loved them, I bought the Taco Bell's mild
sauce in a jar that you can now buy now at stores to put on the
pizza's instead of the Picante sauce and it made them taste just
like Taco Bells. So keep up the good work in putting in all these
good recipes, people like me and others appreciate it so much!
I am glad I found this
recipe. I substituted vegetarian ground beef crumbles from Morning
Star Farms so my husband, the vegetarian, could enjoy it as well. It
I made this pizza last
night and my boys gave me a thumb up. Even my husband liked the
pizza. The only mistake that I made is that I couldn’t get the
tortillas crispy enough without burning them. I know I had the heat
up too high. But anyway this was a big hit and I will definitely be
making them again. Thank you.
The only thing I think is
missing from your fabulous Taco Bell style Mexican Pizza is
mozzarella cheese. I noticed on their site that they list cheddar,
monterey jack and mozzarella in the description. Before I found your
recipe I tried corn tortillas and they didn't taste right, but I
also tried diced mexican style stewed tomatoes (from a can) in place
of the salsa and that worked well for me. I always noticed that
theirs had a different type of chunky tomato under the cheese than
the diced tomato on top. Anyway, thanks for sharing this great
recipe. You helped me solve the tortilla puzzle.
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