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World's Best Taco Meat


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Nothing beats this incredible taco meat

Original recipe serves 6.

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Ingredients

1/4 teaspoon garlic salt
1 teaspoon chili powder
1/4 cup water
1 medium onions ; chopped
1 teaspoon yellow mustard
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
1 pound beef ; or ground turkey if desired
10 fluid ounces tomato soup ; condensed

Preparation:

Brown the meat and chopped onion over high heat in a large skillet. Remove from heat and drain the fat well. Using a leaner meat will make this easier. Combine the rest of the ingredients, and bring to a boil, and then reduce heat to simmer. Let simmer until mixture thickens to desired consistency. Add additional water to adjust if necessary. Don't worry about adding too much water, because it simply evaporates if left on the heat. When done, remove from heat and place meat into taco shells. Add desired toppings and enjoy! This recipe makes about 10-12 tacos, or maybe a little more, depending on how big you like your tacos.

Nutrition Information*
per serving
Based on a 2000 calorie diet

DV %

6.9
--
1.9
2.4
8.1
7.8
32.8
7.3


Calories: 137.3
Total Sugars: 2.5g
Carb.: 5.6g
Fiber: 0.6g
Total Fats: 5.3g
Cholesterol: 23.4mg
Protein: 16.4g
Sodium: 174.9mg

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*Data provided by USDA

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13 Reviews

By mook89 on 2009-09-21
You can add some cumin (1/2 tsp or to taste) to this to give it a more authentic Mexican flavor. Very tasty!
(No rating submitted) By apronchick on 2009-02-04
I guess if someone is used to having native Mexican cuisine, then this may not appeal to them. On the other hand, if people do look to a fast food chain as something they find top notch, then perhaps their palate is not refined enough.
(No rating submitted) By Anonymous User on 2009-01-31
I dunno... I tried this and it was pretty good. Adjust the seasonings to taste. Reading some negative comments on here, if your idea of a "taco" is the processed crap you get at Taco Bell, then I guess that isn't what you get here.
(No rating submitted) By Anonymous User on 2009-01-31
I just made this recipe and came back to post my opinion. I just read the last comment by ekilpatrick1 and have to whole heartily agree...this recipe tastes nothing like tacos and more like sloppy joes! What a disappointment. I will not be making this recipe again.
(No rating submitted) By ekilpatrick1 on 2009-01-31
You people are NUTZ! This is a horrible recipe... It tasted like I was eating Sloppy Joe's rather than Tacos! I will never use the recipe again. It's back to Lawry's for me. That's the World best taco seasoning in my opinion!!!
(No rating submitted) By Anonymous User on 2006-12-19
A couple of chopped chipotle peppers thrown into the meat while simmering gives it a nice flavor.
(No rating submitted) By Anonymous User on 2006-07-13
if you use ground turkey, using ground breast (white) meat doesn't quite taste right. The flavor of the white meat tends to overpower everything else unless you add a lot more spices and onion.
(No rating submitted) By Anonymous User on 2005-11-01
I tried this with ground chicken. Works just as well.
(No rating submitted) By boz on 2005-03-16
Here's a tip: You can add some chopped up jalepeno pepper to the meat while simmering to give it an extra kick.
(No rating submitted) By terry on 2005-01-23
Hands down, these are the best tacos I've ever tasted. No more commercial tacos for me.
(No rating submitted) By spam on 2003-10-06
This is indeed the world's best taco meat. I just tried it, and I love the mustard and W-sauce flavors in it. Thanks, for my new favorite taco filling.
(No rating submitted) By Laura1 on 2003-08-19
Scrumptious, yummy, a wonderful blend of ingriedents to creat such a masterpiece of food......taco taco (Eric Cartman) lol
(No rating submitted) By boz on 2003-08-17
Warming your taco shells before filling helps keep them from breaking apart while eating.


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