Taco in a Bag Recipe for All scouts


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Ingredients:
1 individual Dorito chips bag
1/3 cup hamburger
1/3 cup refried beans
2 Tbsp shredded cheese
salsa
Notes:
This is quite a popular meal with the scouts I have around, but it's hard to call it cooking. :-)
Instructions:
Cook the hamburger in a skillet.
Heat the beans.
Cut open the end of a bag of chips.
Spoon in some hamburger and beans, sprinkle on cheese, pour in salsa.

If hamburger is cooked at home, this can be a cold lunch with no mess or clean-up.

You can use a can of chili rather than hamburger and beans.
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Comments:
 Mar 02, 2013 - Jacob Hankins
That sounds good i'll try to get my patrol to have that for one the next campout or for one of the up coming campouts.
Jul 10, 2013 - Dan
We used this for a camp out in my patrol it was a big success thanks for the recipe.
Mar 13, 2015 - Dan 2
We do this on a regular basis at our cub scout camp outs. We call them Walking Tacos. We even bring along diced black olives, chopped lettuce, and diced tomatoes. It is a big hit! Especially with chili cheese flavored Fritos.

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