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8-Layer Taco Salad

July/August 2013

Your rating: None Average: 3.8 (56 votes)

This gorgeous and colorful 8-layer taco salad recipe is made healthier by using ground turkey in place of beef, adding Greek yogurt and bumping up the amount of vegetables. Serve this salad in a clear glass bowl and you’ll have an eye-catching party-worthy dinner or potluck side in just 30 minutes.


7 Reviews for 8-Layer Taco Salad

06/29/2014
Anonymous
Not Mexican enough

This recipe doesn't have enough heat or spice. If I make it again it will have cumin, onion, garlic, and maybe cilantro. And, maybe add some spice to some other layers. I would also put the chips on the top, so they stay crisp. The avocado yogurt layer is so yummy! I might also add jalapeños. This recipe needs a boost!

Beautiful, easy
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05/06/2014

This is an excellent makeover for my favorite cuisine. However, I would not put the chips in the salad. The next day..very soggy. Instead crush then on top of the salad as you serve it!

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Anonymous wrote 7 weeks 2 days ago

I agree about the chips

I agree about the chips

Anonymous wrote 12 weeks 22 hours ago

Thanks ! :D

Thanks ! :D

05/06/2014
Anonymous
Just like the title it is 8 layered.

I made this salad for work and everyone loved it. I got home and made it again for my husband and thought it was delicious. It is easy, fast and delicious.

Easy, fast and delicious!
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03/20/2014
Also great as a nacho dip!

This is a fantastic recipe. We added some onion to it and paired it with blue corn tortilla chips and used it as a dip.

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03/09/2014
Anonymous
Best Taco Salad Ever!

I have made this salad twice now and both times it was a huge hit with my husband and I. Used black beans and a mango/peach salsa. The avocado/Greek yogurt mixture is brilliant. Will definitely be a keeper in our family.

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