The best way to use leftover taco meat up or just make some to begin with as you get ready for football games and tailgates. This dip is sure to delight everyone at the game.
- 1 lb hamburger meat
- 1 pkg taco seasoning mix
- 1 can refried beans
- 1 pkg (8 oz) cream cheese, softened
- ½ jar taco sauce
Brown hamburger meat, drain grease, then add taco seasoning and refried beans.
Spread into a large baking dish.
Mix cream cheese and taco sauce until well blended. Spread on top of previous layer.
Top with shredded cheese.
Bake at 300° until cheese melts. Serve with tortillas.
When I first moved into our RV I was afraid I wouldn’t be able to cook like I had done for so many years in a sticks and bricks home and the thought of that scared me as I was afraid I would have to give up a part of myself in order to live this lifestyle. It took patience and time, but eventually I was able to cook without burning whatever I put in the gas oven. I prefer gas over electric, but it had been a long time since I had used gas and for some reason in my mind I thought it would be difficult to use.
Lucky for me I figured out rather quickly that I could still bake cookies, biscuits, cheesecake and more, as good, if not better than I had in the past. The first thing I discovered was I needed to add baking tiles to the bottom of the oven. The tiles would help distribute the heat better which would provide more even cooking. Second, I added an oven thermometer to monitor the temperature because it didn’t seem like the oven was heating to the desired temperature. A thermometer also lets you know when the temperature is actually at the degrees you want as there is no button to tell you you have reached the correct temperature. Once I added the thermometer, I discovered my oven was off by 25 degrees, which meant if I wanted the oven to be 350 degrees, then I had to put the dial on 375 degrees.
Please check out my RECIPE TAB for some great recipes that I have cooked in my oven.
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