Easy Flat Bread Taco Supreme Recipe
If you love tacos but are getting tired of the same old flour tortilla, give this recipe for Flat Bread Taco Supreme a try.
Taco time! If you love tacos but are getting tired of the same old flour tortilla, give this recipe for Flat Bread Taco Supreme a try. For a time-saver, it utilizes canned biscuit dough that is dry cooked in a pan until browned. If making dough from scratch is your thing, by all means, feel free to Google a recipe, but dough is one thing I don’t have much patience for, not to mention my oven is possessed by the devil, so I either buy my bread products or buy raw/frozen dough.
I saw the original recipe for Flat Bread Tacos over at Your Homebased Mom a while back and knew I had to try it out. I had a half-sized can of biscuits sitting in my fridge with no way to use them and this was the perfect solution. Since this is cooked in a pan with no oil, it is a great balance between freshly cooked and crispy, and a bit soft and chewy in spots.
Using her technique of cooking the biscuit dough in a dry pan, I changed the filling based on my preferences. You can see what she choose for her fillings here.
Flat Bread Taco Supreme
- 1 lb. ground beef
- 1 pkg. Taco seasoning mix feel free to use your own homemade mix of spices if you have them
- 1 tube of Grands canned biscuits I happened to use a Southern style, which was good but I'd prefer regular as Southern style had bits of butter flavoring in it
- tomatoes diced
- sour cream
- shredded cheese
- black olives
- chopped romaine lettuce mix
- Refried beans
- Cook the ground beef until browned. Rinse the meat if you'd like to make it more lean. Transfer back to the pot. Add taco seasoning and about 3/4 cup of water. Simmer for a few minutes and remove from heat. Set aside.
- Prepare the biscuit dough: Separate pieces of biscuit dough from the can. Flatten them using your hand or a rolling pin and stretch them out as much as possible without ripping the dough. Heat a dry non stick saute pan over medium high, then add 2-3 pieces of the dough. Cook on each side until lightly browned and cooked though, about 1-2 minutes on each side. If the dough is getting browned too quickly, the heat is too high.
- Layer your toppings. From top to bottom I went: refried beans, taco meat (the beans hold the meat in place so it doesn't spill all over), cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, sour cream and olives.
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2 Comments on “Easy Flat Bread Taco Supreme Recipe”
This looks absolutely heavenly! I MUST try this one asap. Thank you for sharing 😀
Wow! I never would have thought of this! YUM!