First and foremost, all respect to the poster of the recipe! I see recipes as a 'starting-point' and then add/delete things that I know my family will like. I have little patience for people who give a negative review because they didn't like the original recipe... That being said: My family lives by the mantra of 'the spicier, the better'! So I added to the ground beef mix: 2 oz taco seasoning (swear by 'Tone's) which is sold at Sam's Club), 1 diced onion, 2 tbs. cayenne pepper, 2 tbs. chili pepper, 1 tbs. minced garlic, 1 tbs. garlic powder, 1/2 handful (or so) of pickled jalepeno (minced) & 1/2 c. of Pace hot picante sauce. I followed the directions for the crescent rolls (but in a 9x13 dish), then layered 1/2 meat, 1 can of pinto beans and the rest of the meat... my family doesn't care for sour cream, so I ommited that all together. Then I topped with a heavy sprinkle of additional chili powder, salt and pepper. Topped with cheddar and tortilla chips. Covered with foil for 25 minutes them removed the foil and backed for an additional 10 minutes. Served with refried beans and mexican rice. We were all having to drink milk to combat the heat, but I (you, poster) have been praised to the extreme! I have been told by me two daughters (age 14 & 17) as well as my husband that if I don't make this at least twice a month, they will move out.... but come to think of it... WOULD that be such a bad thing? :) Kudos to you again for the idea!!!
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First and foremost, all respect to the poster of the recipe! I see recipes as a...