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This Taco Pasta Casserole from former culinary team member Grant Melton—made with spaghetti, ground beef, black beans + more—deliciously combines two of our favorite cuisines.
"This [Taco Pasta Casserole] is my version of a traditional Mexican comfort food dish called "Sopa Seca." You can swap out the ground beef for fresh chorizo, if you are able to find it in your supermarket. If you use chorizo, you can omit the addition of chili powder, paprika and oregano." –Grant, former culinary team member
Preheat oven to 350°F.
In a large, nonstick skillet, heat 1 tablespoon of oil over high heat. Break the pasta into thirds and add half of the pasta to the pan to toast. Once pasta begins to color, remove it to a large casserole dish and repeat with remaining pasta.