Corn Tortillas

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    Will have to try this recipe. We had tacos tonight for dinner and was wondering if there was a recipe out there somewhere to make my own

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    You can make your own taco salad bowls too. Just prepare as above, then:

    1. Line a cookie sheet with paper towels and place 3 small bowls upside down on the towels.
    2. Heat about 1 inch of oil or shortening in a skillet.
    3. Use tongs to put the tortillas in the hot oil.
    4. Don't turn your back on these or they will burn.
    5. Remove when they are golden brown , and drape over a bowl to cool.
    Fry one at a time. By the time you get to the third one, the first one should be cool and hard.

    You can also fry them. Place them on paper towels. sprinkle with salt and serve with salsa.

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    If you like "flat bottom" extra crunchy shells, follow the directions above. When they finish cooking, loop them on your oven rack. You may wish to place some aluminum foil underneath to catch any dripping oil. Working with a hot oven may be tricky, so one may wish to cook all the tortillas first, then turn on the oven. Preheat the oven to 300 degrees F, for 8-10 minutes. The oven doesn't have to be very hot--this is only to dry the tortillas to crisp them.

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    Thank you. I love taco salad . I wanted to learn how to make the taco bowls. I'm going to try this.

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    Since returning to FB, I have enjoyed finding the recipe web pages and this site. I am trying to limit all un-necessary prepackaged and prepared foods. I like being able to control what is in my recipes. I limit my salt intake not because I have too but because I do not like it. I made flour tortillas a few days ago but they really do need lard and not white shortening like Crisco. I am planning to try this recipe this weekend. I plan to use as roll ups for enchiladas or cheese tortillas or wraps. It may be something to get use too as it will give the recipes a crunch and texture. I may try turning over a muffin tin to create bowls.

 

 

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