"Taco meets nacho. I call it the 'Naco'!"–Ron Stoppable, "Kim Possible" S.1, Ep.6
After Ron starts working at Bueno Nacho his creation is added to the menu and does extremely well (at least at store #582. Frustratingly for Ron, we later learn that it's no bueno at the store in Go City). Ron's employment at his favorite eatery only lasts the episode, but the Naco appears and/or is mentioned in many episodes afterwards (including the episode "Ron Millionaire" in which Ron gets like, a bajillion dollars from a Naco royalties check, and then looses it all. Oh, Ron). You can watch the full episode of "Bueno Nacho" online at Disney.com.
♥ This post goes out to Katie McLaughlin who requested the Naco via Facebook. ♥
EDIT: Dudes! Check out this illustration Katie made for my recipe! It's totally awesome!
"You know what has grains, meat, cheese, and beans?
Nature's perfect food. The Naco!"–Ron Stoppable, "Kim Possible" S.4, Ep.7
Note: The Naco is simply taco fixin's mixed with decked out nachos, drawn up in a big tortilla.When Ron first makes it it simply looks like a dripping tortilla bag but there's also a moment when he's holding it and it's a bit triangle shaped (see screen shots above). When it becomes a steady menu item it's usually shown looking like a taco salad (with chips) in a tortilla that's standing up on its own, holding its own shape. So...I made it two ways; gathered bowl and triangle wrap. You can decide which way you'd like to package it. And just FYI: In "Grande Size Me" (s.4, ep. 7) we learn that grande sizing a Naco means adding extra beans and cheese.
Burrito-Size Flour Tortillas (I used Mission Super Soft style)
1/4 Cup Butter, melted
1 lb. Ground Beef
1 Pkt. Taco Seasoning + Water called for (~3/4 cup)
1 Can Nacho Cheese (I used Rico's Gourmet Nacho Cheddar Cheese Sauce)
1 Can Refried Beans
Corn Tortilla Chips
1 Tomato, finely diced
Green Leaf Lettuce, a few leaves (only needed if doing the gathered bowl style)
Sour Cream (optional)
Gathered Bowl Style
Ramekins or other small oven-safe dish