Taco Salad Tortilla Bowl

"This is so simple to do and you get such impressive results! If you have four ovenproof bowls, you can bake the tortilla shells all at once. If not, let bowl cool in between uses. I found in Martha Stewart Kids magazine."
photo by Munchkin Mama photo by Munchkin Mama
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Ready In:




  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Lightly brush tortillas with oil. (I do both sides). Sprinkle with salt and pepper to your liking.
  • Press tortilla into the ovenproof bowl. (Edges will look slightly wavy) Bake about 13 minutes.
  • Transfer tortilla to a cooling rack and repeat with remaining tortillas. Fill with your taco salad and listen to your guests rave!

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  1. GinaStudySmart
    I was surprised at how much flavor these added to Steak Taco Salad! I used olive oil and sea salt. YUM!!! I also let them get good and brown, turning off the oven after about 11 minutes and leaving them in for another 6 minutes.
  2. dana1913
    I just fixed the tortilla Bowl. They were wonderful. I used some oven proof ceramic bowls instead of a can. I also sprinkled the tortilla with some salt, and garlic and chili powder before I baked them. My family loved them. Way better than the store bought tortilla bowl.
  3. mydesigirl
    This is a great recipe! I like that I didn't have to go out and buy that shell kit. I just used tortillas that I already had. I used cooking spray instead of oil and it worked out wonderfully. Thanks so much for posting!!
  4. ColoradoCooking
    These are so easy and good. I make them frequently and they are on the menu again tonight.
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  5. Julie F
    These were so easy and turned out so nicely! I was able to make 5 at a time with a baking sheet on both top and bottom racks of the oven. I could fit 3 on a pan. They were very pretty - light and crispy. I must admit that I liked the look better than the flavor, but I don't really have any ideas on how to improve on it. I just like the corn tortilla flavor better I guess. Thanks for sharing!


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