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Portable taco salads!! What could be better!

Step 1: Ingredients

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First things first, gather together all of your taco favorites. For the shells, pick up small tortilla's.  I use flour, but if you want whole wheat or something else, it's all good. I also have here lettuce, tomatoes, salsa, sour cream, taco seasoning, and ground beef. Which I forgot to thaw. Oops.

Pre-heat your oven to 350 f.

Take the tortilla's out of the package, and place on a plate. Cover with a wet paper towel and nuke for 10 seconds at a time. You want to slightly warm the tortilla's, making them a little more pliable. Keep an eye on them, they can turn dry and yucky in a hurry.
l8nite1 year ago
I like the cone idea. When I freeze ground meat I use a zip lock bag and press the meat down into a flat square pancake. There are several reasons, one is they store easier but the biggest reason is because I often forgot to take the meat out so it could thaw, being flat it fits under a lid in the frying pan and I add a little water to help it steam/thaw quicker
Yay, Tacones! :)