For dinner tonight, I wanted to make something simple and filling for my hubby. I already had a bite with my mom so I wasn’t going to be joining him for dinner. I had some ground beef in the fridge so I decided to make stuffed taco crescent rolls for him. He loves this dish, it is right up his alley.
What you will need:
2 cans of Crescent Rolls
1 lb. extra lean ground beef
1 packet of taco seasoning (I prefer the taco bell brand seasoning)
You can add cheese, salsa, sour cream, or whatever veggies you prefer into the mix. My hubby is very fussy so he likes it nice and plain. Personally, I prefer to add salsa, plenty of cheese, and a bit of hot taco sauce.
Preheat your oven to 375 or whatever your crescent rolls indicate. Brown your ground beef and drain any excess fat. Add in the taco seasoning with about ½ cup of water. Let simmer for a few minutes. Roll out the crescent rolls flat onto a baking sheet. Spoon a little over a tablespoon of the ground beef onto the rolls, and add any extra toppings you prefer. Roll each crescent with the mixture inside and make sure to securely “fasten” the dough. Bake for about 13-15 minutes depending on the type of crescent rolls you have (the time will be listed on the packaging). Serve with a nice green salad; and voila!
An easy, yet filling dinner for the hubby!