My family has been making a dish we Shalupa for, well, as long as I can remember. I have no idea why we call it Shalupa. No one does. It's basically Taco Salad. Recently, Nick and I turned it into a pizza and it was a complete success, so I decided I would share our success with others. Unfortunately, I do not have pictures because as I said, it was a success. So...it's all gone.
I made dough in my bread maker and used that for crust. However you could either buy a ready-made crust or pizza dough from the refrigerator section.
Taco Sauce, not too much, just a thin layer.
*Ground beef or turkey, browned
Black Beans, drained and rinsed
Bell Pepper, chopped
Cheddar Cheese, shredded
(There are no measurements here because I feel like there are a lot of personal preferences with pizza toppings, proportions, etc.)
Bake at 400 degrees until you have reached your desired bubbling cheesy brownness. I personally like it pretty bubbly and golden brown. That means crispy. And I like crispy.
Optional Garnish For After Baking:
ENJOY! We certainly did! Next time I make it I'll try to post a picture before we devour it. No promises.
*We usually leave the ground meat off and just make it vegetarian. It's one less cooking step, which I like.