Monday, August 6, 2012

Stunning Taco Ring Recipe

 Here is a family favorite recipe for you today! We like to call them Taco Rings but you can re-name them however you like. They are a great, easy meal and the best part is, you can easily make enough to feed a small family or a crowd!

2 packages Cressant Rolls
2 cups Honeyville Freeze Dried Meat*
1 cup Honeyville Freeze Dried Cheese
4 tsp. Taco Seasoning
Salt to taste
Honeyville Powdered Sour Cream


Re-hydrate meat and cheese according to package instructions. Layer cressant rolls on a baking sheet to form a circle. Once meat is re-hydrated stir in taco seasoning and salt to taste. Spoon meat onto the longer end of cressant rolls, spoon cheese onto meat, leaving the top of the cressant roll (top of triangle) free of meat/cheese so that you can cover it. Flip tops of cressant roll over mixture and tuck in the ends. Bake according to package instructions. Cut up taco toppings and display in the middle once baked.

See below for pictures. A visual is always helpful!

*I used 1 cup Honeyville Freeze Dried Chicken and 1 cup Honeyville Freeze Dried Ground Beef. Half the ring was chicken, other half ground beef.


lfhpueblo said...

Yum, and very visually appealing. Easy recipe to follow and not too time consuming even on a busy night.

Chef Tess said...

Fantastic photo! This sounds like a recipe we make often that uses enchilada filling for the meat and a cornmeal crescent dough. I'm so excited to try this recipe out! Thank you so much for the inspiration! Xoxo!

Elaine Smith said...

cornmeal crescent dough???? where can I buy????

Anonymous said...

Imake my own crescent dough and can put in part cornmeal. My recipe makes equivalent of 2 cans store bought crescent rolls