Number of people: 5
Time from start to finish: 30 minutes
2 pounds ground hamburger meat
2 packets taco seasoning (we use mild)
Diced fresh tomatoes (I use Romas)
Shredded cheese (we use colby jack)
1 can re-fried beans
1 16 ounce tub sour cream
Green onions (2 – 3 stalks), cut into about ¼ inch pieces, green and white parts
Brown the hamburger meat, then drain. Return to the skillet and add the taco seasoning plus the water required in the directions (the brand we used required ¾ cup each, so we used 1 ½ cups of water). You can heat up the re-fried beans in a bowl in the microwave, or in a pan on the stove.
While the meat is cooking, use the time to dice the tomatoes and cut the green onions (I use a pair of kitchen scissors to cut the onions).
Once the meat is cooked, the beans are heated, and the veggies diced, just put a hand-full (or two) of chips on your plate and add the toppings. My husband came up with the idea of adding the meat first, then the cheese and microwaving it for 1 minutes. Surprisingly, the chips stayed crisp and the cheese melted nicely.