Food in a bag is fun. Our church makes walking tacos to sell at our church "tent" in late summer at a local event in a nearby town. They don't use tomato sauce in theirs but I like it saucy so I added it to mine. It helps everything blend together when you stir. If you really want to ditch the clean up, use a plastic spoon or fork instead of a metal one you have to wash.
1 pound ground beef
2/3 cup diced green peppers
2/3 cup diced onion
8 ounce can tomato sauce plus 1 can water
4 dashes cayenne pepper (more if you like it spicy!)
4- 1 ounce size bags of Fritos corn chips or Doritos Nacho Cheese chips
shredded Mexi-blend cheese, cheddar, or Chihuahua cheese
thinly sliced lettuce
Cook beef, green pepper, and onions until veggies are soft and the beef is cooked through.
Add tomato sauce to pan then fill can with water and dump that into pan also.
Simmer for 20-25 minutes or until liquid is almost gone. It still needs to a be a little saucy.
Time to start layering. For individual bags of chips* open them on their side with a pair of scissors. They put so much air in bags anymore you will have plenty of room for your toppings. If you are using Doritos you will want to give your chips a smash to break them up a little.
Sprinkle in some cheese. I like to add cheese now so when I add the meat the heat will melt it!
Next is the meat mixture.
Salsa and guacamole if you feel like it.
Stick a fork or spoon in it, stir and enjoy!
If you don't want to buy the bags you can layer all your yummies into a bowl. Just as good, just not as fun!
*(The best I could find for a single size sack was larger (4 oz) without buying several bags together so I had to cut it in 1/3 and dump out some chips to make it equal an individual size.)