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Fun Taco Cups

Fun Taco Cups recipe
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Traditional taco ingredients get a warm, Southern touch when they’re baked inside biscuits. A great weeknight option that’s happy with a salad on the side.
20 min
38 min
5 servings
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The concept is cool, but the final product was not desirable. I would try this again with a cornbread-stlye product. I would also try lowering the oven temperature. The biscuits dried out and the meat cooked further and looked burnt.
The family loved as did I. We used fresh salsa vs the taco easoning and it made the dish. Super easy to make.l
I made this for my son's 16th birthday party. The teen's couldn't get enough of them. One better - the next morning, my son asked if I would make them again. My other son even ate them cold! He said they tasted great!
I liked the recipe, but used corn tortillas for the shell and canned, drained beans instead of meat. Taco Shells 6 (6 in. dia.) corn tortillas Nonstick vegetable spray Place a rack in the center of the oven. Heat oven to 375 degrees. While the oven is heating, soften the tortillas, so they don’t crack up. Unless they're very fresh, tortillas can crack and break when rolling into wraps or burritos. To soften corn or flour tortillas and to heat them, rub each tortilla on one side lightly with water. Using microwave safe plates, place from 1 to 5 tortillas on a plate and cover with an inverted plate, resting slightly ajar so that steam can escape. Microwave on high for 1 to 2 minutes. Let the tortillas steam for a minute or so before lifting up the plate. (use oven mitts, the plates can get hot.) To cook more evenly, move the middle tortillas to the top and bottom of the stack, and microwave again another few seconds until the tortillas are soft and pliable. Serve them in the plates to ke
In my teenage son's words--These are amazing.
How odd. I actually put this recipe together a few weeks back, then posted it on a bulletin board and here it is. Where's my free biscuits! I used Grands for this, as well as leftover taco meat from the previous evening. Husband and kids love to put sour cream and other things on top once they were out of the oven. These disappear quick! If you use Grand's flakey layers, you can separate them and double the batch so you have 16 instead of 8. Have fun
I substituted a can of red beans for half a pound of the ground beef, better for you and less expensive, also used 2% cheese. and a tip for the bisquits, roll them flat with a rolling pin, then put the flattened dough into the muffin cup, so much easier.
This was a good recipe. I also tried it with leftover sloppy joe meat. Yummy.
I thought this was very good. My 2 year old son snuck back in and stole another one! lol I made this again tonight and this time I used canned biscuits. I had used frozen biscuits the first time. I had just mircowaved them and used flour when I smooshed into cups. I also added corn in the meat mixture and simmered. If you have some problems with the sides of the biscuits just wait a min and then go back to smoosh it again. My advice would be to add corn to the meat mixture! Also, it seemed like the frozen biscuits came out more like the picture! I hope this helps other moms to make this recipe a little better. Happy Eating!
These were good, but I was hoping it would make plain tacos a little more fun, but I would have rather had regular tacos.
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