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Old 05-28-2013, 03:15 PM   #1
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Walking Tacos

Preprare your favorite taco meat and toppings, serve over an opened bag of snack size Fritos, you can walk around with a spoon and eat. No table needed! Everybody loves Walking Tacos!

Also try serving your enchiladas over fritos on a plate...yummy!
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My kids love these! With Doritos, too. Chili is good over the Fritos, as well.

Now I'm hungry!
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If you are thinking Mexican you could also do walking tacos with the soup. These are great for a group - especially if there are kids. You start with a case of the single serve Doritos. Then have bowls of whatever toppings you want (lettuce, tomatoes, cheese, sour cream, salsa...). Its a make your own deal with almost no clean-up. Each person crushes the chips up before opening the bag then put your toppings right in the bag. Eat with a plastic fork and no plate needed, no dishes to wash.

Can also do walking chili with bags of Fritos.
I just tried these recently and did like them. It was easy with the crushed Fritos.

I was thinking about doing this for our next group camping outing.

I also see where Frito Lay/Doritos are making special bags for these, but don't guess I have noticed them in stores. May look for them now too.

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My kids love these! With Doritos, too. Chili is good over the Fritos, as well.

Now I'm hungry!
Lol, me too
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I like scoops.
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Just another version of a Frito pie.
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Just another version of a Frito pie.
X2 ~ you beat me to that one!! Grew up eating Frito pie down there in Odessa, TX!! Still enjoy the 'pie' anytime I can, add cheese & onions of course, wash down with sweet tea ~!!~ UUUmmm good!
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X2 ~ you beat me to that one!! Grew up eating Frito pie down there in Odessa, TX!! Still enjoy the 'pie' anytime I can, add cheese & onions of course, wash down with sweet tea ~!!~ UUUmmm good!
My native Texan wife likes them and makes one occasionally. Me - not so much.
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Only a true Frito pie is made with Wolfs chili...no beans
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Only a true Frito pie is made with Wolfs chili...no beans
The debate about chili with beans vs. chili without beans is about as varied and long as the debate about airing tires with nitrogen vs. not using nitrogen.:
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