A taco casserole recipe that is easy to infuse with cannabis
Ground beef recipes can feel mundane once you’ve fallen into a routine, but this taco casserole is sure to add some excitement and flavor to the mix. If you love tacos but aren’t a fan of the hard or dry shells that are used to wrap them in, then taco casserole is going to be perfect for you because it softens the delicate tortilla chips, and you will no longer be limited to the amount of topping that you can stack inside of one, which means that it’s also a whole lot more filling than the traditional dish.
A weed and taco casserole recipe
If a casserole recipe sounds like a more complicated edibles dish, then have no fear, because we promise that this one is ideal for both seasoned chefs who might wish to tweak things a bit and beginners to the art, and it’s all because of the simplicity of the ingredient used to infuse, which is an ideal dose of cannabis oil. You won't have to decarb or strain anything, and it won’t change the taste or texture that you’d expect from taco casserole, so you can make it as potent or low dosed as you like with ease.
Preparation time: 5 minutes
Cooking time: 20 minutes
Servings: 6 cups
- 1.5 lbs. ground beef
- 1 pouch dry taco seasoning
- 16 ounces canned pinto beans
- 15 ounces pasta sauce (or spiced tomato puree)
- 11 ounces sweet corn kernels
- 1 cup tortilla chips (crushed)
- 1 cup cheddar cheese
- 1 tablespoon of cannabis oil
- 2-quart baking dish
Preheat the oven to 400°F.
Brown the ground beef in a saucepan over medium heat.
Once the meat has cooked to your liking, strain the grease, and then return the beef to the saucepan.
Pour in the taco seasoning mix, tomato sauce, corn, cannabis oil, and beans and then mix it all together until the ingredients are thoroughly combined.
Reduce the heat to low and then allow the mixture to gently simmer for 5 minutes.
Remove the saucepan from the heat and then pour the hamburger mix into a 2-quart baking dish.
Sprinkle the crushed tortilla chips evenly across the top of the casserole filling.
Finally, you can add the layer of cheddar cheese to the dish before popping it into the oven to bake for between 5-10 minutes, or until the cheese has melted entirely.
Retrieve the taco casserole from the oven and serve it while piping hot with all of your favorite cold toppings and condiments.
Cold topping ideas for the taco casserole
Think of all the things that you’d normally put on a taco, and it’s pretty easy to go from there for ideas that you’ll love. However, if you aren’t sure where to start, or you’re just craving something that is new and exciting, then you can try more traditional additions that will complement the flavors of this dish nicely including:
- Shredded lettuce
- Diced tomatoes
- Green onions
- Sour cream
- Cheese dressing
- Barbeque sauce
- Hot peppers
- Sweet peppers