gaynel mohler Recipe

Taco Pasta Salad

By gaynel mohler gaynel


Recipe Rating:
 3 Ratings
Serves:
5-6
Prep Time:
Cook Time:

gaynel's Story

Our power company sends out a magazine each month with events in our state, and it has a cooking section in it. I have gotten and tried so many fabulous recipes from this magazine, this being one of them.

Ingredients

1 lb
lean ground beef, browned and drained ( or grnd turkey)
1 pkg
taco seasoning
1/2 box
rotini noodles, cooked and drained
1 can(s)
sliced black olives, drained
1 c
shredded cheese
1 or 2
fresh tomatoes, cut up
8 oz
catalina salad dressing
1
green pepper chopped
1 small
red onion, chopped
1
avocado, chopped
tortilla chips in amount you wish

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Cook ground meat until done, cool
2
cook rotini noodles, rinse and cool
3
Combine meat, noodles, spice mix, vegetables in a large bowl. add salad dressing, mix all well
4
Top with crushed tortilla chips and serve

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  • Comments

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  • user
    Joanna Walker Jo56 - Jun 7, 2012
    We must have the same co-op, I love the recipes in the magazine but hate to see it come every month. (I know my power bill is about to arrive-lol). I missed this one, thanks for sharing it. Gonna give it a try!
  • user
    gaynel mohler gaynel - Jun 7, 2012
    Yes we must. I have south central power. I've torn out those cooking pages for years. Everything I've tried is good.
  • user
    susan simons imbossmare - Jun 7, 2012
    Oh my this sounds fab... going to print it now...I will try making a low fat version of it though. Our power company sends out a magazine called ruralites I belive and awlyas has awesome deliveries.
  • user
    gaynel mohler gaynel - Jun 7, 2012
    I know some recipes for homemade taco seasoning is on this site. The packaged kind is convenient but so full of sodium.
    Just type in taco seasoning mix
  • user
    susan simons imbossmare - Jun 7, 2012
    Thanks I'll take a look...I do have a taco seasoning mix I make up and use quite oftil but it's not low in sodium....probably better than store bought though.