taco night in a whole new light

Taco night has always been one of my favorites.  I don't know what it is but, I can't seem to get enough of it!  I have to admit though, I only eat meat and cheese on my tacos!  Anywhooo...I have a recipe that is sure to quickly become on of your 'need something quick' recipes!  It's a variation on traditional tacos called Taco Ring!

1 lb ground beef (or, if you're like my husband ground turkey...or whatever meat you want)
1 pck taco seasoning (with all the taco stuff at the grocery store, I use Old El Paso..yum)
2/3 cup water
1 can crescent rolls
Shredded Cheese
*optional, they will all be added after the taco ring is cooked.

Preheat your oven according to the crescent roll package, mine is 375.

Prepare taco meat as directed on seasoning package.  While Taco meat is browning, open crescent rolls and separate.  Arrange on a baking sheet, the triangles so that the pointy end is sticking out and the flat bottoms are overlapping slightly, making a sunshine.  Once the meat is done spoon it onto your sunshine on the overlapping flat bottoms.  Don't be afraid to pile it on!  Sprinkle the shredded cheese on top of the meat.  Take the pointy rays of the sunshine and fold them over into the center of the sunshine around the meat.  Tuck it in under the center, you will begin to see the ring!  Once you have your finished ring, bake it as directed on the crescent roll package.  Once your taco ring is cooked you can add other toppings if you wish, or enjoy it as is!  This recipe makes 8 slices of taco ring (8 crescent rolls).  For larger families or hungrier folks, double the recipe.  You don't have to make two separate taco rings, simply make an oval shaped taco ring to fit on your cookie sheet instead of a circular one.  Now, enjoy your taco ring!

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