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Today’s lunch was so easy and tasty I had to write about it. It’s what I call Taco Pizza, and it’s so quick to throw together I hesitate to call it a recipe. And you can adapt it to whatever taco ingredients you have lying around.
Start with a pizza crust (I always keep some in the freezer), pita or flatbread. Take a few spoonfuls of canned black beans (drained) and mash them with a fork. Spread them on the crust.
Drizzle on some Hidden Valley Light Ranch dressing. Add chopped tomatoes and shredded cheese (I use a taco blend).
Bake for 10 minutes at 400 degrees (less for a thin crust or a pita).
Crush a few tortilla chips and sprinkle on top.
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