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    Default Meximelt

    I posted in the wrong forum.
    Last edited by Crystal_Ann; 02-13-2007 at 08:57 PM.

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    Default Meximelt

    Are you talking about the one from Taco Bell?

    If anyone has a recipe I'd love it! This is my favorite thing at
    Taco Bell!!


    Kelli

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    fatkat Guest

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    [QUOTE=Kellibean]Are you talking about the one from Taco Bell?

    If anyone has a recipe I'd love it! This is my favorite thing at
    Taco Bell!!


    Kelli[/QUOTE]


    Welcome Kellibean
    I did a search on here for the Meximelt recipe and couldn't find it.....Maybe CrystalAnn forgot to repost it?

    Hopefully someone will find it for you.

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    fatkat Guest

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    LOL, I just found this recipe at www.recipezaar.com........It has not been rated there yet so not sure how close it is to Taco Bells.
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    Meximelt a La Amy
    Recipe #209211

    I love the Meximelts at Taco Bell. However, I don't eat there a lot because sometimes, it gives me a tummy ache. But when I do, there are only two things I order-EVER! Chili-cheese burritos and Meximelts. One of my gal-pals worked there and told me what was in one. I couldn't figure it out because I was too busy inhaling it. So...here's my take on the Meximelt.
    by Redneck Epicurean

    1 lb ground beef (use your fave taco seasoning mix to season by package directions)
    1 cup cheddar cheese, shredded
    1 cup monterey jack pepper cheese, shredded
    1 cup mozzarella cheese, shredded
    1/2-1 cup salsa, any you desire (I prefer mild)
    8 inches flour tortillas

    1. Prepare the hamburger meat and drain off all the grease and/or water. Season.
    2. Microwave the tortilla until it is soft and easy to roll.
    3. Place a layer of ground beef in the bottom.
    4. Combine all the cheeses (I just throw it all in a zip-top bag and shake so if there is any left over, I can have it for later.)and sprinkle the desired amount over the beef.
    5. Add desired amount of salsa, but do not use too much.
    6. (This is sort of like a taco, only the cheese is melted and there is no lettuce or sour cream or any other toppings.).
    7. Fold in half and place on a plate.
    8. Microwave for 30 seconds or just until the cheese is melted.

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    tinkertoo1 Guest

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    I think I have found the secret to the Meximelt. Mexican cheese, taco meat, and Pico De Gallo instead of salsa. I made these the other evening and they were Perfect!!!

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