Gift Tag Printables and a Recipe
Will you be wrapping this weekend? Did I just see some hand go up? I created some gift tags for you. I will be knee deep in wrapping paper and ribbon this weekend. I can’t believe how fast this month is going.I know my title is a bit odd, Gift Tag Printables and a Recipe, sure why not. When you are exhausted from shopping, wrapping and other assorted merriment this simple recipe for Taco Cazuela will be a welcome one.
You can also make it in advance and then reheat in the microwave ( or oven) . It will be handy when the time is right to put your feet up after the chaos has come to close. I am pleased to be part of the Hormel Foods Extended Family Blogger program. The challenge put forth by the fine people of Hormel is to create a recipe using Hormel products in different and delicious ways. This Taco Cazuela was made using Chi Chi’s Taco seasoning, Chi Chis’ flour tortillas and Chi-Chi’s Restaurant Style Salsa .
Before I share the printable and recipe I extend an invitation to YOU to be a co hostess at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop? Please contact me for details. I would love to have you.
This gift tag printable will print well on either card stock or copy paper.
I enjoy creating them for you. Please do not copy, sell or claim as your own.
What You Need
1 Lb. Ground beef or ground chicken breast
1 Packet Chi Chi’s taco seasoning (prepared as directed)
4 8 Inch Chi Chi’s flour tortillas or corn tortillas
3/4 Cup Chi Chi’s salsa
1 Cup white or yellow frozen corn
1 Cup each of shredded cheese (medium cheddar, monterey jack and asedero cheese
Black olives, sour cream avocado (optional)
9 inch baking dish
Before You Start -Preheat oven to 350°, spray the inside of your baking dish and place the tortillas in the baking dish overlapping a little bit. Combine all cheese in medium bowl.
Lets Make It! In a skillet over medium high heat, brown ground beef or chicken and add taco seasoning according to packet directions, add corn and salsa. Stir to combine. Remove from heat and add 1 cup shredded cheese. Spoon the meat and cheese mixture into the tortilla lined baking dish. Top with remaining cheese and bake for 20-30 minutes until cheese is lightly browned. Serve each piece topped with sour cream, olives and slice of avocado if it is season.
Katie’s Tid Bits, add cilantro to garnish, add 1 cup cooked black beans when you add salsa to meat and corn mixture
Enjoy your weekend and I hope you like the Gift Tag Printables and the Recipe
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