Total Time
40mins
Prep 20 mins
Cook 20 mins

From Jennie-o turkey store.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Heat oven to 425 fahrenheit. Invert four 10oz custard cups onto 15x10x1" baking pan. Brush outside of cupse and one side of each tortilla with butter.
  2. Place tortillas, butter side up, over cups. Bake for 4-6 minutes or until lightly browned.
  3. In medium skillet, brown turkey until no longer pink. Add taco seasoning mix and water. Cook over low heat 3-5 minutes until thoroughly heated.
  4. To make salsa, in medium bowl stir together mango, red pepper, green onion, cilantro brown sugar and lime peel.
  5. Place taco shells on serving plates. Divide spinach leaves evenly into shells. Top with cooked turkey and salsa.
Most Helpful

This was delicious and so yummy! The only changes I made were to add black beans to bulk it up a bit and we wrapped ours in the tortillas. Delicious and so easy! Great for a warm spring night so I didn't have to heat up the oven! I was thinking that maybe some avocado on top would be delicious, also. I think I could eat the salsa by itself...so yummy!

SandwichQueen April 30, 2015

This has potential; made as is we found it a little plain. I used a splash of lime juice instead of zest, but barely tasted it. Next time I would use more, maybe make a little juice dressing that flavors the whole dish. I also want to try baking my tortillas longer next time; I doubled the time indicated here and they still weren't crisp, just got chewy. Update- made it low-carb and meat-free! No tortilla shells, and served with quinoa cooked with taco seasoning, instead of chicken. Makes for better flavor!!

J-Lynn February 19, 2015

I was going to share this recipe as well, Lissa. It's a keeper. I've learned a few things having made this many times. First off, 3 TBS of cilantro was too overpowering (the kids are not big fans of cilantro). 1 TBS works - omitting is fine too. I've also used dried cilantro (1/2 TBS) and another time I substituted with fresh basil and oregano (1 TBS each). Using butter caused the shells to become chewy and they didn't brown very well. I use tortilla bowl makers to shape shells in the oven and omit the butter (cuts calories too). I found that using a fine microplane to zest the lime is better than a grater. This is such a pretty dish.

SonnyHavens September 05, 2014