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Taco Salad Made Over

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We gave taco salad a makeover but kept the classic ingredients and included a clever way to make the shell. (See it in the making; check out the video!)
20 min
20 min
4 servings
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Gonna be truthful here... I don't belong in the kitchen. I am one of those women that do test runs while the family is at work and school to see if I could make it a success. I was so proud of myself when these taco shells came out perfect! I normally wet my tortillas before I roll up a fajita or a taco so I tried it in this case. It came out better than the dry ones. Huge success, great simple recipe... will make many more times!
this is a very good variation of a taco salad and can be adjusted to your liking.
Quick and easy and delish too. My family really enjoyed it. Didn't have salsa, so used picante sauce instead.
what a gr8 idea! i always prefer flour tortillas over corn. was hard not to burn the tortilla & it got stuck to the bowl, even tho I sprayed it first. be careful u don't burn urself trying to remove it!
I Love Love Love this was so good... i know u can buy the kits to make the shells like that bt they r a lil expensive but now that i know u can just use the shells i am goin to definitly do this again...i love mexican food!!!
Loved it. My husband (very picky) loved it, especially the crunchy shells. The light ranch tastes great on it. Also did a veggie version with just kidney beans, still excellent.
Tastes great and simple to make.
I took a previous suggestion and used foil cupcake holders instead of foil balls. The tortillas taste great baked. Loved them! Made my own season blend and skipped the beans. Great!
This is a perfect after work, quick meal that leaves you filled, but not full! I switched out the beef for chicken and my husband (pickiest eater ever) loved it! I like to mix a little bit of light sour cream and the light ranch for a fun topping. Also...rather than waste tin foil, I like to use small ceramic brule dishes to shape the tortillas. They make great "bowls!" We love this dinner!
I also used pyrex dishes to drape the tortillas. No wasted foil. Good presentation too! The receipe tasted great and the beans made it extra healthy, as well as tasty. We really enjoyed it!
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