Jon Pardi’s wife has a perfect recipe for Mexican pizza

Jon Pardi's wife has a perfect recipe for Mexican pizza

After two years and countless rumbles of a comeback, Taco Bell is finally bringing Mexican Pizza back to the menu on May 19. Salivary glands in overdrive? Jon Pardi’s wife Summer is here to save the day if you want to make a Mexican pizza from home whenever you want.

During an episode in 2021 of her cooking show on Instagram Pardi BordenSummer shared her own knockoff recipe for fans to make at home.

The recipe only requires eight ingredients, and they’re all typically found in Taco Bell’s recipe: Tortillas, ground beef, taco seasoning, refried beans, red enchilada sauce, mixed cheese, and toppings such as tomatoes, shredded lettuce, and onion, as desired. It’s a fairly simple process to pre-bake your tortillas, layer them with sauce, beans, cheese, and meat, and bake them again. Then top off with the fresh ingredients and enjoy. Summer Pardi doused her with some hot sauce.

She posted multiple Pardi Borden episodes on Instagram, she shares some of her and her husband Jon’s favorite recipes. If you want to eat like the Pardis, you’ll find recipes for steak and potatoes, lasagna, coconut shrimp, and Cowboy Crack, which she says is her favorite. It’s a cheesy, meaty, macaroni and cheese with some extra fixings.

Mexican Pizza will return to Taco Bell menus across the country on May 19. Fans can order their pizza through DoorDash and other delivery platforms. To celebrate the end of the Mexican pizza drought, Dolly Parton has signed up to star in Mexican pizza: the musical. The production is “based on the true story of the Internet losing its mind”.

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