This recipe was super easy to prepare. I did not choose to freeze this because we want to have the left overs for tomorrow and the next day. The recipe is so easy. You brown ground beef with onion, garlic powder, salt, and pepper. Drain, and return the pan. Stir in crumbled bacon (that I didn't have...sigh..) In a large baking dish, layer tortilla chips on the bottom, put the meat mixture on top of that, top with shredded cheese, and bake! Garnish with sour cream and salsa. The recipe suggests serving fruit as a side dish, but we chose a tomato salad instead.
The meal is quite good. I think adding some scallions, or maybe even something like a steamed rice, or even refried beans, would be really yummy, too. It was filling, without being too much. We will definitely be making it again!
I highly recommend this! It's GREAT! You can tweak the recipes as you want, and the freezer option is so handy. I've stocked my freezer with many meals for my family. From Lazy Lasagna to Apple Juice Brined Pork Chops, these meals are sure to please you and your family! We love them! This is great to keep ready to cook meals on hand for those you know who may be having a baby, had a death in the family, or who are sick. All too often when there is a death in the family, people take loads of food over to the family. Well, that food only lasts 4 or 5 days and then the family is left with a bunch of spoiled food to throw out. I like to take a frozen meal, so that when the adrenaline of the immediate wears off, they have a few easy to fix meals they can turn to. When a new mom has a baby, she doesn't feel like cooking. You could have her a MyFreezEasy Party and all of you get together and make her 10+ meals to stock her family's freezer with so they will be well fed while she recuperates. The ideas are endless!