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Mini Taco Bowls

Mini Taco Bowls recipe
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The kids will dig taco night even more when they get an eyeful of these super-cute mini salad bowls—and a mouthful of beef, cheese, ripe tomatoes and crispy, fresh lettuce.
time
prep:
35 min
total:
35 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
6/18/2009
Good and easy to make. My kids loved them. These would also be great to put a small salad in for kids!
posted:
5/15/2009
I made this recipe and added black beans in the bottom for a little extra fiber. My only complaint is they are a little hard to eat.
posted:
4/16/2009
2 thumbs up for this recipe, in addition to doing the tortillas bowl I cut up a tortilla in 8 and cook it at 400 Degree, it makes chips, which are excellent for scoping up the meat. You can add flavour to the chips try sprinkling chilli Powder.
posted:
4/15/2009
The only problem was that the "bowls would not stand up!
posted:
1/30/2009
My pickiest child loved this! He is 4 and even helped me 'bake' the shells...great with the cheesy rice recipe....a hit with our family!
posted:
1/29/2009
The recipte is tasty, but it is awkward eating the bowls....I can't figure out if you are supposed to pick it up and eat it, or cut it up! I'll probably stick with regular tacos.
posted:
1/25/2009
Tortillas are a chore to fold and fit, but overall- a very cool dinner or lunch idea for my family.
posted:
1/13/2009
Big hit with whole family (11&9yr. olds). Easy recipe and will definitely make again.
posted:
1/12/2009
Very Very Good. I used refried beans instead of the ground meat but did everything else by the recipe. I will be making this again.
posted:
1/11/2009
These work best if you do them in the oven over foil balls. Ball up some foil, spray the tortillas with cooking spray on both sides, and then lay the tortillas over the foil and bake for several minutes until they are crispy. They make nice sized bowls and are soooo yummy and easy!
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