This recipe is on the right track, but it needs tweaking. First of all, leave out the water and the "taco seasoning mix." Neither one does anything to improve a taco. Secondly, just use one can of the diced tomatoes with green chiles. Instead, add one-half to three-quarters of a jar of Pace Picante sauce (medium or mild) and one 16-oz. can of Refried Beans with green chiles, and stir that mixture into the meat until hot. Now THAT'S a taco mix! Lettuce and shredded cheddar cheese are a must, other toppings (tomatoes, onions, sour cream, guacamole) are optional. Thirdly, if you know anyone who can make killer "Native American fry bread," by all means try that (known in the West as an "Indian Taco") instead of a hard or soft taco shell. Otherwise you can just thaw out and let rise some frozen dough balls such as Rhodes, flatten them out and cook in hot oil. That's a good approximation of fry bread.