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Thanks for sharing your recipe. This is an excellent recipe for a beginner cook! I added some left-over corn and onions and some salsa to the meat while it cooked. Thanks!

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NcMysteryShopper June 23, 2006

My family loved experiencing these yummy tacos! We had fun gathering together and filling the tacos almost as quickly as they came out of the pan. I made the shells using white corn tortillas, fryed for a second on each side then folded, fryed some more, and served almost immediately while they were still hot, puffy, soft, and delicious. These tacos are something we'll definitely enjoy again ~ Thanks Dee for sharing your family's technique!

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Deb's Recipes May 12, 2006

I decided to try this recipe because we always make tacos with prepackaged meat seasoning mix and I thought this would be a nice change. It was great. We also added corn to the options and I used green onion instead of regular onions. I think they were some of the best tacos I have ever eaten. I didn't cook the tortillas in oil, I just heated up the flour tortillas in a hot pan til soft. Yum.

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Margie99 March 09, 2012

LOVED this - pure comfort food :) For the refried beans I used Cooking Class Refried Beans and in place of the Monterey Jack cheese, which is not available here, I used mild cheddar for DH and mild sheep's cheese for me. The taco shells were prepared ones which only had to be filled. Very easy, yummy meal which I'll sure repeat. Thanks for sharing!
Made for ZWT 8 / Mexico for the Lively Lemon Lovelies

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Mia in Germany August 06, 2012
Mom Florence's Tacos