[CnD] binders for taco casseroles?

janbrown janbrown at samobile.net
Thu Aug 6 19:44:22 EDT 2015

use pintos or some other kind of beans spiced up.
You could try hominy.

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> On Aug 6, 2015, at 2:35 PM, Alex Hall via Cookinginthedark <cookinginthedark at acbradio.org> wrote:
> Hi all,
> One of my favorite dishes in the world is taco meat, a lot of cheddar cheese, and white rice. Not the healthiest thing for me, I know, but it's wonderful and a good way of using up taco leftovers if you're out of shells. What I want to do is beef it up (pun intended) and turn it into a casserole, with onion, pepper, beans, and such. The recipes I've found all call for crushed tortilla chips, which I don't want, and refried beans, which I don't like. I'd like to find a different binder for this dish--instead of beans--and a way of using rice instead of chips. Does anyone have any ideas? I'd be willing to cook and mash beans instead of using the canned kind, but a different binder entirely would be preferable. Thanks!
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