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The EatingWell Taco

May/June 2007, EatingWell for a Healthy Heart Cookbook (2008)

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Building the perfect taco is a very personal task—cheese under meat, cheese on top, no cheese at all? This is just our recommendation.



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"As much as I love Mexican food I know that a lot of it is not particularly healthy which is why I was so excited when I came across this recipes for tacos! I know that good Mexican recipes are hard to come by especially ones with a...
The EatingWell Taco

11 Reviews for The EatingWell Taco

03/01/2011
Tacos Pronto

This is a go to recipe if tacos are a last minute dinner choice. I've made this recipe with lean ground beef, bison, ground turkey and chicken with good results. I prefer to warm the corn tortillas on a hot skillet, but the oven baked are pretty good too.

fast, healthy, easy, good flavor
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01/10/2011
Yum

Very yummy

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09/02/2010
Anonymous

As much as I love Mexican food I know that a lot of it is not particularly healthy which is why I was so excited when I came across this recipes for tacos! I know that good Mexican recipes are hard to come by especially ones with a healthy twist. I can't wait to try this recipe. I love tricking my husband into eating healthy meals!

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01/06/2010
Anonymous

HMMMMM...1 word...awsomeeeee shalalla boom boomm

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09/27/2009
Anonymous

This recipe was good, but I gave it a rating of awesome because of my daughter. She is 5 and not a good eater. Due to her being underweight, I am always looking for something she likes and I can serve that she will actually eat. She loved the crispiness of the shells. We added refried black beans to the meat which added some zip. I also added sour cream, but just a teaspoon. And even though we only had them 2 days ago she is asking for them again!!! Thank you Eating Well!!!!

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