Ok, so I know that has been a hot minute since I posted, but I'm a busy boy. AKA I'm lazy. So, I figured I'd get back into the swing of things with a bang by making an epic meal on the first NFL Sunday of the year.
For those of you fools out there that don't know what a Taco Pizza is, try and imagine a giant soft shell taco, but instead of using a soft shell taco shell, you use a large peperoni pizza instead. Now, in order to make these, you will need the following:
1 Large Peperoni Pizza
1/2 Pound to a Pound of Hamburger Meat
1 Package of Taco Seasoning
1 Can of Bean Dip
1/2 of a Red Onion
1 Jalepeno Pepper
2 Habanero Peppers
A Few Handfuls of Tortilla Chips
2 Cups of Mexican Cheese
Cook the meat. Dice the onions, peppers, lettuce. Sautee the peppers in a saucepan. Bake that bitchin' pizza, now prepare to combine this stuff together. Things are about to get very real on the food front.
|Obviously put the Taco mix inside the meat, you idiot.|
Once the pizza is done, find a big fucking plate, or whatever you got to put that pizza on. Keep in mind, it has to be like a 16 inch pizza. The bigger, the better. Just like America. Once the pizza is done and in your big ass plate or whatever, slather the bean dip in the center of the pizza. You wanna make like a fat line of the brown shit going down the center of the pizza. Cover the dip with about a cup of the cheese. Next? The meat. Throw it all ontop of the cheese. Next, put all of your onions and peppers ontop. Lettuce goes next. Finish it up with rest of the cheese, and your cheese. Almost done, now. Just fold it up, add your sour cream accordingly, and get ready to feast.
So, now you see what we're dealing with. This is some serious shit.
The only other step you have to do is enjoy. May I suggest you utilize my brothers method of consumption, half of a pizza box as a plate, shove it right to face so fast that an 8mp camera can't even catch the speed of the fork without blurring, and wear dumb pajamas. It doesn't really matter, this is something that is rivaling Epic Meal Time, y'all.