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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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The EatingWell Taco

12 Reviews for The EatingWell Taco

04/09/2016
Versatile

I used ground chicken because I like the flavor better than turkey. It was good but I will use another type of tomato substance as the Rotel didn't give it that gooey, cohesive taste a taco needs. I mixed in a can of black beans with jalepeno and that helped. Made for a good taco salad or just to eat by itself.

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11/23/2013
Anonymous

We've made these tacos many times. They are delicious. We use all ground turkey. And we vary the toppings a bit. It surely beats the envelope taco seasonings with MSG.

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05/27/2013
Anonymous
A great alternative to the tacos of my childhood

When I was a kid, my mom would make tacos that were fantastic but dripping with fat. These tacos are a perfect alternative when I'm craving tacos. My husband loves them too. And the zesty beans from the same issue are a great side--I make them with black beans which is a pretty alternative to pintos.

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02/14/2013
Anonymous

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02/14/2013
Anonymous
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