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Bomb tacos.

I'm only gonna do this once because information like this shouldn't be given out.

Tacos.

Get some ****ty meat, top round, chuck, etc.

Cut it up into bits, cook on stove top with some veggie oil.

Season as you like, I use garlic powder and onion powder because I stole it from my mom and Im not gonna buy the real thing.

Heat up some white corn tortillas towards the end of the cooking session in different pan.

Put meat on tortillas, add feta cheese <--- important.

Eat. If you want to add hot sauce. I like Valentina, black label, says muy caliente. Essentially 12.5 ounces of bliss for 1.67 at the wall.


MORE ADVANCED VERSION.

Buy a fresh white onion and real garlic. Use those.

And add silantro I think it is.. I never use it, my room mate does. Good stuff.

There you go, for a few dollars you just had the best food you have ever ate.
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Oh come on man that aint nothin new.

Better version, crappy ground beef, browned, then drain the grease, add one packet of taco season from McCormick, then put dorritos in bowl, add the taco meat to the top of the dorrittos, then put some kraft slice cheese on top, heat in microwave for 30 seconds to melt cheese. Add your sauce of choice. This works with any flavor dorritto.


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Oh come on man that aint nothin new.

Better version, crappy ground beef, browned, then drain the grease, add one packet of taco season from McCormick, then put dorritos in bowl, add the taco meat to the top of the dorrittos, then put some kraft slice cheese on top, heat in microwave for 30 seconds to melt cheese. Add your sauce of choice. This works with any flavor dorritto.
Sounds terrible. Ground beef on tacos is so 1995.
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Sounds terrible. Ground beef on tacos is so 1995.
uh i thought hamburger helper was

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uh i thought hamburger helper was
Hamburger helper is still pretty good. If you can do it properly, you and a friend will eat for $2.
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