Prep 20 mins
Cook 0 mins
This is incredibally simple. Just throw it together, the leftovers are great too!
Make and share this Southwest Turkey Tacos recipe from Food.com.
- Spray skillet with nonstick spray.
- Cook turkey over medium-high heat, stirring occasionally, until no longer pink.
- Stir in remaining ingredients. Cook an additional 8-10 minutes.
- Stir until sauce is slightly thickened.
- Served with tortillas.
These were soooo good, fast, and easy! My DH loved them! We used half an onion diced, 2 garlic gloves, 1 dried jalapeno along with 1 fresh jalapeno, and a tsp cumin. Used tomatoes with green chilies (canned) and plain frozen corn. Browned the meat, threw in the onions and garlic, added the rest! Took just a few minutes! Served on tortillas with fat-free sour cream, lettuce, black olives, and cheese. THANK YOU FOR THIS EASY & HEALTHY RECIPE!
Deelish! My husband and I have been trying to eat more ground turkey and this recipe makes it easy. I threw in some pickled jalapenos and added some cheese to mine. Tasty, easy to put together and makes a lot. Will definitely make this again. Thanks!
Excellent and Quick for busy people like me!!! I sauted some onion and garlic with the turkey. Adding a little cumin, salt and pepper for taste to the meat gave it a yummy little punch (don't wait for meat to be fully cook-you want it infused with the flavors). Half way through browning the turkey, I added a few jalapeno slices diced up. I also added in some homemade pizza sauce (about 4 tbs-yummy!). Everything else I followed to a T and it turned out wonderful, as usual. This is a very fun recipe because you can almost do anything you want and it will turn out perfect. Sour Cream, Black olives, tomatoes, cheese, etc. go well on top. Thanks and Thanks again!!