Beef Soft Tacos

Beef Soft Tacos created by ThatSouthernBelle

These are quick to make and taste better than the seasonings you can get in the packets.

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15mins
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directions

  • In a medium bowl combine the beef with the flour, salt, minced onion, paprika, chili powder, garlic powder and onion powder Use your hands to mix evenly.
  • Heat skillet to med/low heat.
  • Add beef mixture and water to the pan.
  • Brown the beef, breaking it up as it cooks.
  • Heat the tortillas in the microwave, wrapped in damp paper towels.
  • Spread meat into tortillas, top with cheese, tomatoes, lettuce and sour cream.
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"These are quick to make and taste better than the seasonings you can get in the packets."
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  1. admin
    Oh my, this is good! I used onions instead of onion powder, as I didn't have any powder on hand. I also added a can of green chilies to mine. This is the PERFECT meat for tacos and sanchos. I can't wait to try it in some enchiladas and chimi's!! It's flavored just right for me... not spicy, just really good flavor. It is the perfect base meat for any mexican dish, if you are using a ground beef filling.
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  2. admin
    Oh my, this is good! I used onions instead of onion powder, as I didn't have any powder on hand. I also added a can of green chilies to mine. This is the PERFECT meat for tacos and sanchos. I can't wait to try it in some enchiladas and chimi's!! It's flavored just right for me... not spicy, just really good flavor. It is the perfect base meat for any mexican dish, if you are using a ground beef filling.
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  3. IndyEater
    Son said they were great, daughter didn't complain, husband didn't say. 4X's recipe, may have needed a bit less flour. I did add fresh onions and small amount of cumin, I also added some salsa since I thought it was too floury. I used very lean meat, maybe that is why the flour was overpowering. Will make again!!
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  4. RussianMama
    We love this recipe!
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  5. Holls1210
    This is the best taco meat I've ever made. We had guests over when I made it for the first time, and I sent them home with your recipe. Needless to say, I will NEVER go back to making tacos how I used to-- from here on out, I will only use this recipe!
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