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Old 08-01-2009, 06:06 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by PattY1 View Post
I do this also. I eat the leftover one too. I heat them on one side on a gas burner, flip, top with cheese, after the cheese melts, pull it off, top with shredded lettuce, fold and eat. YUMYUM.

since i live in southern calif. Mexican food is cooked by almost every household. i make tacos out of ground beef. sometimes i put stew meat in the crock pot till tender. shred and use for tacos. also make fish tacos. all of these are easy to do after barely cooked in oil

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Old 08-01-2009, 06:27 PM   #12
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As already said nuke those bad boys.Paper towels keeps the condensation down.Nothing worse then a soggy tortilla.
Here they are nuked,then filled with Taquito meats,cheeses rolled then fried briefly.Or made into enchiladas.
You can also heat up some oil.Cut them into large strips,To make Tortilla Chips.Season them as you want.Great with home made salsa.


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