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  • In small bowl,combine sour cream,dressing mix and lemon juice;chill till serving.
  • In large skillet cook beef over med. heat till no longer pink;drain. Add the beans,tomatoes,taco seasoning and pepper sauce;heat through.
  • Meanwhile,roll out each biscuit into a 6" circle. In a small non-stick skillet over med. heat,cook each biscuit for 30-60 seconds on each sideor till golden brown;keep warm.
  • To serve,spread each flatbread with 2 Tbs ranch sour cream;top each with 2/3 c meat mixture. sprinkle with toppings,if desired

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  • NPMarie 8 months ago Was this review helpful? Yes Flag
  • knoxcop 5 years ago
    Back in to report on this one. It was the bread that caught my eye here--something "different" to do with tacos!

    I made some alterations here. First, I mashed the beans, to make it more like "refried" and I added a layer of guacamole. So didn't really change it, per se', just upped it a bit.

    We absolutely loved this recipe! I used jumbo flaky-layered biscuits--and they rolled out just fine with some flour on the board. It does only take a couple of minutes total to fry the biscuits--they do develop signature black/brown spots when cooking, just like a tortilla! They will be almost paper-thin when rolled out to a 6-7 inch circle--so watch the fry-time carefully! No need to grease the non-stick--it does the job well by just heating and flipping the dough.

    This recipe is perfect for about 4 jumbo biscuit breads (small can). If you use the larger, 8 size--you will need to double on the recipe.

    This one earns a solid 5 for flavor and texture. IT DOES TAKE TIME TO PREPARE---so prepping some of the ingredients/fillings/toppings early in the day will be necessary for those who are looking for a 30 minute meal. You might manage it if you're super efficient in the kitchen--but 45 minutes to an hour is more realistic for prep time.

    HIGH FIVE, LeCLARE--! Thanks for posting a keeper.

    --Kn0x--
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    " It was excellent "
    hungrybear ate it and said...
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    " It was excellent "
    justjakesmom ate it and said...
    Hubby would like these flat bread things! Do they break when you bend them or do you just eat them topless. (I don't mean ME - LOL)
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    " It was excellent "
    tuilelaith ate it and said...
    Sounds great! And easy! I like that!
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    " It was excellent "
    ravenseyes ate it and said...
    this gets my high 5 - this sounds like something that once again will be on the menu for Football Sunday
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  • knoxcop 5 years ago
    Wonderful! Can't wait to try this!--Kn0x--
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    " It was excellent "
    hot_it_up ate it and said...
    Sounds different. \0

    Jeff
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    " It was excellent "
    henrie ate it and said...
    Wow, this sounds extremely good, great idea for biscuits. You have my 5
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