Nacho Pie for a Quick & Easy Dinner!

Today I have a delicious and easy weeknight recipe. Nacho Pie, this recipe is so quick to put together and makes a tasty meal along with a nice salad on the side or maybe Spanish rice. The reason I suggest Spanish rice is because to me this dish taste similar to beef enchiladas. I like to make a lot of casseroles, but some people in my family, who I will not mention names do not like casseroles a whole lot. They do love quick and easy recipes like this one. The first time I made Nacho Pie there wasn't a single piece left in the pie plate. So that should tell you something. This would be perfect to take to a church or family potluck dinner just toss everything in, bake and its ready to go.

Yummy Good!

These are the ingredients you will need:
Ground Beef, Mexican Cheese Blend, Onion, 1 Packet Taco Seasoning, Tomato Sauce, Water, Sour Cream, Corn Tortilla Chips and Crescent Roll Dough. I accidentally grabbed the wrong cheese, so I used cheddar, but the Mexican cheese blend is so much better.

Preheat oven to 350
in large skillet brown beef and onion over medium heat till done, Drain any grease.

add taco seasoning,

tomato sauce and

water ( I usually just fill the tomato sauce can about 3/4 filled with water)

Bring to a boil and simmer for 5 minutes - 10 minutes

grease a 9 inch pie plate with non stick spray. This is my favorite pie plate, I love the design.

Separate Crescent rolls into 8 triangles. Place each crescent triangle with points facing towards the middle into the pie plate. You might have to maneuver the triangle a bit at the end and turn some of them side ways, that's OK as long as the pie plate is covered completely.

Press onto bottom and up sides of plate to form crust. Seal perforations, it will look just like this.

Sprinkle 1 cup crushed Corn Tortilla Chips over crust.

top with meat mixture

Spread sour cream over meat

Sprinkle the cheese on top of the sour cream and remaining 1/2 cup crushed Doritos.

This is what it will look like with all the ingredients added.

Bake about 30 - 40 minutes or until cheese melts, pie is bubbly and crust is golden brown.

Cool about 10 minutes before cutting.

Top with a dollop sour cream, diced tomatoes and black olives if you like.

Nacho Pie

1 lb Ground Beef, browned
1/2 Cup Chopped Onion
1 - 8oz Can Tomato Sauce
¾ Cup Water
1 - Packet Taco Seasoning Mix
1 - Tube Pillsbury Crescent Roll Dough
1 1/2 Cup Crushed Corn Doritos or Any Brand Corn Tortilla Chips
1/2 cup Sour Cream
1 - Cup Kraft Mexican Cheese Blend
additional sour cream for garnish, diced tomatoes and sliced black olives.

Preheat oven to 350 in large skillet brown beef and onion over medium heat till done. Drain off any grease. Stir in tomato sauce, water and taco seasoning. Bring to a boil and simmer for 5 - 10 minutes. Separate Crescent rolls into 8 triangles. Place in greased 9 inch pie plate points facing towards the middle. You might have to maneuver the triangles a bit at the end and turn some of them side ways, that's OK as long as the pie plate is covered completely. Press onto bottom and up sides of plate to form crust. Seal perforations. Sprinkle 1 cup crushed Doritos over crust. Top with meat mixture. Using a spatula spread sour cream over meat. Sprinkle the Cheese and then remaining 1/2 cup crushed Doritos. Bake 30 - 40 minutes or until cheese melts, pie is bubbly and crust is golden brown. Cool 10 minutes before cutting. Add a dollop of sour cream, diced tomatoes and black olives for garnish. If the crust starts to brown to quickly cover the pie plate with foil from the bottom and up around the sides to cover crust. See Photo.

Serve with a salad and your meal is complete.

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Stephanie said…
I was sold from the moment I read the name "nacho pie." That looks absolutely incredible. My mouth is watering!
Nonnas News said…
I cant wait to try this! I am sure my family is gonna love it!
Wow, that sounds fantastic!!! Is there a reason you use the crescent rolls instead of a pie crust? Just curious. (I just so happen to have some crescent rolls in the fridge!) I can't wait to give this a try!
Tina Butler said…
Hi Mary, I got this recipe a long time ago from taste of home. Thats what the recipe called for so thats what I always use then i make it. I love crescent roll dough, you can do so many different recipes with them.
Meg said…
That looks beyond delicious!
Yum yum yum!!!! Going to have to print this one out for sure.
Anonymous said…
What a great idea, this looks so good!
This is delicious, my Mom made this all the time when we were kids. My girls love it too sans the sour cream!
Anonymous said…
What a fun dish for kids!
Anonymous said…
Sounds delicious. xD
Shawna said…
Ding! SOLD!!! You just put pretty much all my favorite things together, I might add refried beans to a layer, but that's about it! I'm trying this as soon as I can get some crescent rolls.
Jessica said…
Thanks so much for another great recipe! We are always looking for new taco ideas. This looks super yummy!!
Wow! That looks great, I think this will be served very very soon. :D
Sandy's Kitchen said…
I will be trying this recipe very soon. Did you use nacho cheese doritos or tortilla chips in your recipe?
Tina Butler said…
Sandy it is just plain doritos or any brand tortilla chips.
Anonymous said…
I made this tonight, and it was great! I left out the sour cream because my husband it weirdly afraid of it, but everyone liked it. It's enough to have again tomorrow, too. That is such an ingenious idea, using crescent dough as a pie crust! Love your recipes.
Tina Butler said…
Anonymous, I am so glad you like this recipe. My oldest son loves this dish. You might be able to sneak a bit of sour cream in next time. You can hardly tell it is added.
Belle said…
I'm gonna fix this soon...probably this week. I know my grands that live with me will love it.

I love your site. Thanks for keeping it REAL! ;)
Tanya said…
Oh my son would love this! Great recipe!
Ingrid_3Bs said…
I've made something similar but without the cresent pie crust. That's a great idea. My three aren't too keen on casseroles either.
Anonymous said…
I am a flight attendant and do not have very much time to cook. I found your website from Southern Plate, and made this today. It is in the oven now. Looks great..made an extra one for my 21 year old son. Thanks for the recipe
Tina Butler said…
Hi kks, I am so glad you found Mommys Kitchen. I Love Christys Site and I am a everyday visitor of Southern Plate. I hope you like the Nacho Pie, please come back and visit again.
Kathy said…
We made this last night! It was very good! It definitely made our "keeper list"!!! Thanks for a great recipe!
MrsB108 said…
This was great! Thanks for all the awesome recipes! Tomorrow I'm trying the Chili Cheese Cornbread Casserole one!
Nonnas News said…
I made this the other day and my husband and I both loved it!! Would you mind if I post the recipe on my recipe blog? Id love to have it on there for future reference!!
Tina Butler said…
Hi Patti, I am so glad you finally got to try the recipe. Plus even happier that you loved it!! of course I dont mind if you post it on Patti's Pantry, Post away. How is your grand daughter doing?
Nonnas News said…
Thanks so much for sharing such wonderful recipes! I will get this one posted soon. I took a picture of it and accidently deleted it! ugh!!

My granddaughter is great! How is your family? Are you enjoying spring break yet?
Anonymous said…
Awesome idea. I love quick and easy recipes!
shweetpotato said…
this looks delicious :D I think I would top my slice with lettuce and tomatoes :D YUMMO
Allison said…
I blogged about this yesterday. It is really delicious. I have made it several times now, and I love how quick it is! Thanks for yet another amazing recipe!
Sarah said…
I am making this for dinner tonight and can not wait to try it! My daughter saw me looking at this recipe and insisted we make it. I was not about to say no - this looks amazing!
Anonymous said…
DO you put Doritos on this also at the end? I see you have Corn Tortilla Chips listed but then for the top it says crushed Doritos. Did I miss something? Just want to make sure before I try this recipe.
Tina Butler said…
It is the Doritos Corn Chips that I use. I add the chips to the bottom and a bit on the top.
Unknown said…
Maaaan!!!!! I got a big family so I tripled the recipe and made two thick hearty pies,,It was a instant hit.
Laura said…
Teaching my 14 year old son to make this tonight. His choice because he loves it!