This Fiesta Taco Skillet is a perfect combination of Mexican-style corn, taco seasoning and corn meal and creates a wonderful, aromatic meal.
Fiesta Taco SkilletWe love
by R. Ruth
, Manhattasn Beach, CA on Mar. 2012
We love it and it is so easy to prepare. But would love to know the nutritional breakdown.
by C. Courtney
, NC on May. 2010
AMAZING recipe!! been cooking this one for a while now and the family always loves it!
Fiesta Taco Skillet
by A. Ashley
, on Mar. 2009
Overall I thought this was a pretty good recipe. I used the wrong size skillet so the cornbread took longer to cook through. I would make it again using the right skillet.
sour cream on the top
by S. Sadie
, Bronx, NY on Jan. 2009
I like to eat sour cream with this Taco Skillet .
ENJOY I WILL .
21yr. Old Son Loved It
, St. Louis, MO on Sep. 2008
This recipe was quick and easy. I added onion,garlic and jalopino pepper and used jiffy corn bread mix. Turned out great
Good Food Fast
, MA on Jul. 2008
I made this recipe tonight, instead of using Mexican corn, I used frozen corn, diced up one small green bell pepper, and 1/2 onion. I also used a box of Jiffy Corn Muffin Mix.
I thought it was fast and easy. And it tasted good also.
I will be making this recipe again.
by P. Paula
, LAS VEGAS, NV on Jun. 2008
Even my toddlers ate and enjoyed this. I used tomato sauce instead of water. It had less of a taco meat taste. I also cooked it in the crock pot on low for 6 hours. 4 hours would have been plenty. Grease the pot to make clean up easier.
, Orange Park on May. 2008
There was only one problem when we made this the first time...there wasn't enough! So if you have big eaters in your family - make you sure you double the recipe. Our whole family loved it!!!!
by J. James
, on Apr. 2008
This was good!!!!!
Wonderful recipe to alter
by T. Theresa
, Escondido, CA on Mar. 2008
This recipe is easy to use with leftovers. It was great to go to the refrigerator to see what I could use in it. I substituted leftover roast for the ground beef. I also used the leftover corn from the same dinner. The family loved it.
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