A Step-by-Step Guide to Making the Perfect Taco Pizza: A Taco Pizza dinner is a fusion of Mexican and Italian cuisines. Pizza dough topped with beans, salsa, ground beef, cheese, and any and all other taco toppings you could possibly want. This is the perfect alternative to your typical pizza night or Taco Tuesday if you’re looking to spice things up a bit at dinnertime.
A Step-by-Step Guide to Making the Perfect Taco Pizza
Taco pizza recipe
I just got back from taking a week long break from all of my social media accounts. It was incredible in every way. I am the type of person who experiences severe anxiety whenever the ringer or vibrate function of my phone is activated. I turn the Do Not Disturb setting on my phone so that it has less of an impact on me.
Here is what I picked up during my time away from social media
- My efficiency in doing anything has significantly decreased as a result of my habit of multitasking. I check my Pinterest feed while I work out at the gym.
- As I try to make a grocery list while sitting outside of the store, the next thing I know, I’m looking at a recipe for cookies that belonged to the aunt of the friend of my sister’s friend.
- When you take everything away, I am able to concentrate. The tasks are completed very quickly. The popularity of workouts is on the rise. Done.
- Getting rid of the extraneous details is one of my new year’s resolutions. Unfollowing anyone who doesn’t make me feel positive about my life and the choices I’ve made.
- Unfollow any accounts that contribute more noise than actual value. And commotion is not the same as fun. Noise is exactly what it sounds like: noise. You understand what I am getting at.
- The use of social media allows me to maintain my connections with my friends and family. I am separated from all of my family and friends by a distance of several thousand miles.
- I go there once or twice a year, at most. The only thing I have is access to the internet. Because of the power of social media, I have the impression that I am a part of their lives as well as the lives of their children. Without it, I felt very disconnected from everything and very out of the loop.
- So let’s get back to the taco pizza, shall we? Everyone, if you haven’t tried Taco Pizza yet, you’re really missing out on something special. You are aware of how much I enjoy these Taco Pizza Rolls; well, these are the ancestor of those rolls.
- As an alternative to a tortilla, you could use pizza crust. The “sauce” that we are using is comprised of retried beans and salsa. Imagine a pizza with a crunchy crust, oozing cheese, taco meat seasoned with taco seasoning, beans, salsa, black olives tomatoes, green onions, and sour cream.
- Allow the dough for the pizza to rest at room temperature for approximately twenty minutes.
- Brown the beef in a large skillet while the dough is allowed to rest. After adding the taco seasoning and the amount of water specified on the package, proceed to prepare the meal as directed on the packaging. Put to the side.
- Turn the oven temperature up to 400 degrees. Put the dough on a pizza pan with a diameter of 12 inches, a pizza stone, or a larger pan and press it down or roll it out.
- Cook for a total of 8 minutes. Take the dish out of the oven.
- Combine the re fried beans and salsa in a low-volume bowl and stir to combine.
- A very thin layer should be spread onto the pizza crust. It’s possible that you won’t need all of it if you’re using a pan that’s 12 inches wide.
- You will need to use the entire thing if you are employing a larger pizza pan or a 9×13 pan.
The ground beef mixture, cheese, and olives should all be sprinkled on top.
- Bake for about 5 minutes, or until the cheese has fully melted, whichever comes first. After removing from the oven, sprinkle the tomatoes and green onions over the top.
- You could put a dollop of sour cream in the middle, or you could let each person choose their own toppings. If you like taco sauce, add some now.
- 1 (12-16 ounce) pizza dough, (depending on if you want thick or thin crust)
- 1 lb ground beef
- 1 (1 ounce) packet of taco seasoning
- 1 (15 ounce) can refried beans
- 1/4 cup salsa
- 2 cups shredded cheddar cheese , (or Mexican blend cheese)
- sliced olives, (about 1/4 cup)
- Toppings: diced tomatoes, sliced green onions, sour cream, and taco sauce