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More filters. Sort order. Apr 14, Piper rated it it was amazing. This book makes me want a taco truck in my backyard. View all 6 comments. Feb 04, Michelle rated it really liked it Shelves: cookbooks. Made some yummy Winter Squash Tacos with crema and fiery chile de arbol tomatillo salsa from this book. It looks like a treasure trove of other fantastic taco recipes- great comfort food for an Alaskan winter! Mar 17, Lara rated it it was amazing. I did the photos for this book and I have to say I loved the recipes The salsas are delicious, as are the braised meats.
Plus, there are some terrific veggie taco options. Linda W rated it it was amazing Jul 14, Pinky rated it it was ok Dec 15, Katelyn Jenkins rated it it was amazing Jul 31, Robyn rated it liked it Aug 30, Jeff rated it liked it Dec 05, Sarah rated it it was amazing Dec 31, Eric Nusbaum rated it really liked it Oct 29, Debra A Allen rated it really liked it Jan 04, Heather marked it as to-read Dec 31, Sally marked it as to-read Mar 11, Kamran added it Sep 21, Nora added it Jul 23, Jean Flores added it Aug 02, Mialavezzi marked it as to-read Mar 26, Patty R. Brooke added it Dec 28, Moonfeather added it Mar 20, BAC marked it as to-read Nov 12, Catherine marked it as to-read Nov 28, In tacos, however, the ground turkey is front and center and more often than not, it is disappointing.
When I was making ground turkey tacos one night, Patrick suggested I add beef bouillon to the turkey.
Tacos: Authentic, Festive & Flavorful
From that day forward, I have used 2 teaspoons beef bouillon for every one pound of ground turkey to infuse it with flavorful beefy goodness whether in tacos, soups, sauces etc. Due to its low fat content, ground turkey tacos have a bad reputation for being dry. You can even stir in enchilada sauce if you are in a bind. This not only adds moisture back into your turkey taco meat, but adds another layer of flavor as well — winning!
If you are making burritos or burrito bowls as opposed to tacos, you can even stir in sour cream or Greek yogurt and refried beans in addition to the salsa. I use this technique in my Beef, Bean and Cheese Burritos and it is phenomenal.
This is a huge debate but in the end, it really depends on the lean meat to fatty meat ratio you choose. Ground turkey is available in several lean to fat ratios that determine its nutritional content, some of which contain more dark meat and therefore are not as lean as the leanest ground beef. When it comes to saturated fat, however, turkey wins.
Turkey Tacos (15 Minutes, Secret Ingredient!)
So if you are purchasing ground turkey to cut calories, be sure to check the Nutritional Label or you could be defeating the purpose. You can make Turkey Tacos with this ground turkey or turkey taco salad, lettuce wraps, burritos, etc. Votes: 0 Rating: 0 Rate this recipe! Instructions Heat olive oil in a large skillet over medium-high. Add ground turkey and all of the seasonings and cook until almost cooked through, but still slightly pink then add salsa and water simmer an additional 5 minutes or until cooked through and reduced.
Taste and add salt or additional cayenne or hot sauce to taste. Divide filling between tortillas and serve with your favorite toppings such as tomatoes, avocadoes, lettuce, etc Recipe Notes How to Customize Turkey Taco Meat Add Beans.
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Add your favorite beans — some refried beans, black, pinto, etc. Add Veggies. The possibilities are as endless as there are veggies! You can add bell peppers, corn, zucchini, sweet potatoes, etc. Add Enchilada Sauce. Add some enchilada sauce for creamy turkey and simmer until reduced to desired consistency. More or Less Heat. Taste and add more as desired, remembering a little goes a long way! Hot Sauce to taste. You can add additional cayenne pepper as mentioned above or hot sauce to taste.
Make it creamy. You can make your turkey taco meat creamy by adding refried beans, Greek yogurt or sour cream. Make it cheesy. After your turkey meat is cooked, stir in desired amount of cheese to melt.
Add rice or quinoa. Stir in cooked rice or cooked quinoa for added texture. If you do this, you may need to up the salsa. What should I make with Turkey Taco Meat? In additional to ground turkey tacos, you can make all your favorite Mexican dishes! Smothered Baked Chicken Burritos. Cilantro Lime Shrimp Burrito Bowls.
Corn Salad with Cilantro Lime Dressing. Lighter Cheesy Taco Pasta. Beef bouillon is brilliant! I know my family is going to love these! It really is culinary changing! Thanks Shauna! Your 30 Minute Meals section is a life saver- so please keep them coming!
We are making me these tonight and I know they will be fabulous. I definitely will! Your tortillas look awesome in the turkey tacos, kind of brown on the edges how did you make those? Thanks Kari, they are SO easy! I just put the tortillas directly on the burners of my gas stove on the lowest setting then use tongs to flip them. It slightly chars the tortillas on the outside, adding a nice flavor, and heats them through.
I use all of my burners so I can whip through a stack of tortillas in a couple minutes. Such a great idea! Woah Patrick! Such a genius idea to vamp up the flavor of turkey. Rest assured I will be taking that bouillon trick for a test drive next time I cook with ground turkey. These tacos look incredibly irresistible btw. Jen, your hubby is a genius!