Monday, June 22, 2009

Taco Ring

I have seen this recipe posted twice. The most recent was on I Love Sweet Treats blog. Check her blog has some great recipes.

I didn't get a chance to make the My Girl, Paula Baked Spaghetti like I wanted to yesterday for Father's Day. I was at a picnic with the dart league that my boyfriend belongs to. I ended up picking up some chicken from Publix and making rice and caesar salad.

Monday I took an unexpected day off. My sister and I took my mom to her first doctor's appointment since my mom's stroke. I had the doctor go over meds with me. After we got back home, my sister and I went through all the medications Mom had. We tossed stuff no longer being used and organized the rest. We put together a week's worth of medicine. By the time we were finished, it was after noon. Hardly worth going in to work! It was good tho. Jimmy and I hung out. He got home Saturday from Boy Scout camp.

This was really good! Part of it didn't look good since I had the large crescent rolls and one can didn't separate correctly. But, it was awesome.


2 cans crescent rolls
1 lb. ground beef
1 pkg. taco seasoning
1 cup shredded cheese

shredded lettuce
diced tomato
chopped onion
sour cream
black olives


Cook and drain beef. Add seasoning and cook according to seasoning packages directions.

Arrange unrolled crescent roll triangles in a circle shape overlapping them with the points facing out. It will look like a big sun. Place meat around the ring and sprinkle with cheese.

Fold triangle points over filling and bake at 375 for 20-25 minutes. Place toppings in the open part in the center and serve.


Caroline said...

Hey, I saw her "taco ring" too and made it Monday night. Only, based on my normally "ADHD" self, I only bought one can of crescent rolls. So, delima - do I "half" the recipe or go with the recipe as is with "half" the rolls. I chose door #2 and it worked out great. My "big boys" are at camp and my hubby said it was great!!!

Sandy said...

I love the taco ring as well as my husband. I have made it a few times since I found the recipe on Heidi's blog. Sooo glad everyone liked it.

Alwayzbakin said...

Mmmm. Yummy. I bet my family would like this.