Cheesy Taco Casserole Perfect for Taco Lovers!
Talk about a perfect combination of foods for those that love this type of meal. Macaroni, taco seasoned ground beef and lots of melted cheese. The one item in this recipe that some may like to change is the green bell pepper. Green peppers are not always high on the list of foods that many people care for. Substituting a fresh red bell pepper is a great option. Red peppers are sweet unlike green peppers which can have a more bitter flavor when cooked. Peppers are a really good food to eat. They are a good source of Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, Potassium, Manganese and Vitamin K. Peppers also provide vitamins A, C, E, B6 and folate and are a good source of Dietary Fibre. Bell peppers have a thick fleshly texture and are not hot peppers to eat. Fresh peppers are readily available in food stores year round. Choose nice firm and brightly colored fruits. Avoid soft pale colored peppers or peppers that have bruises or are shriveled. Storage is easy. When you get your peppers home, wash them in water with a little vinegar, dry thoroughly then store in the refrigerator in an air tight container. Peppers will stay fresh for several days. To prepare your peppers for eating, cut them in half, remove the central core with the seeds then slice into the desired size for the dish you are preparing. The Jalapenos peppers called for in this recipe on the other hand are a hot pepper. When cutting and removing the core and seeds from your jalapeno pepper be mindful as it will leave your skin with a burning sensation that you can cause irritation to your face and eyes if you happen to touch your face after cutting the pepper.
It is advisable to wear thin hand gloves when handling hot peppers. Those little white seeds within on the core have capsaicin in them. If you do happen to touch your eyes and get a burning sensation, rinse your eyes thoroughly in cool water to reduce the irritation. We know you will enjoy this easy to make cheesy taco casserole. The link to the recipe is found on the Brooklyn Farm Girl website below.
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