Top Rated Corn Tortilla Recipes

This meal is the opposite of what I think of when I think of fish tacos. These are light. Fresh tasting. Clean. Flavorful. These were so good that my husband and I were scraping the bits from the bottom of the pan. These fish tacos are going to be a staple in this house from now on. I made them about two weeks ago and honestly, I cannot wait to make them again. Click here to see 15 Easy Fish Recipes for Summer.
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Grilled Steak Tacos
If you’re already outdoors and grilling up some steaks, why not slice them up and eat them in a tortilla with lots of fresh and delicious toppings? Shredded cabbage and thinly sliced radishes add amazing crunch to soft shell tacos and pickled red onions and a squeeze of fresh lime juice add a bright, tart flavor to the meat. 
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Soft Street Tacos
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Recipe Courtesy of Rojo’sThe best tacos don’t require tons of components: A lightly-charred corn tortilla, seared meat, chopped onion, a little cilantro, and a squeeze of lime is usually all you need.
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Black Bean, Wheat Germ, and Mango Salsa
If you’re looking for a healthy dip to go with your baked chips, try this satisfying salsa with all its Southwestern flavors. The wheat germ boosts the vitamins and minerals and gives it a nutty flavor. Recipe courtesy of Kretschmer Wheat Germ.
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Carnitas, literally "little meats," is pork shoulder which has been braised for several hours until tender, then shredded and cooked again until crisp, providing you with a flavorful, juicy filling for your tacos. 
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“The avocado goes beautifully with the corn” says executive chef Brandon Warren of Tortilla Republic, a restaurant that serves modern Mexican cuisine. “It shows how a Mexican salad entrée can be so full of flavor and use farm fresh ingredients.” Recipe by: Executive Chef Brandon Warren at Tortilla Republic
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Enchiladas have never come together so easily —or as flavorful — as this recipe, and it’s all thanks to bison. Bison’s skirt steak is a lean and tender cut, making it the perfect choice for cheesy and flavorful enchilada. 
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Salmon-Mango Ceviche
Popular in Central and South American cuisine, ceviche is a method of "cooking" seafood by letting it marinate in citrus juices. Besides salmon, suitable swimmers include tuna, bay scallops, halibut, shrimp, and red snapper, but it's always best to query your fishmonger about the freshest catch of the day.
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Homemade Corn Tortillas
The traditional from-scratch way to make tortillas is to buy field corn, soak it in slaked lime, wash it thoroughly, and then grind it by hand into fresh masa. In an effort to make this recipe accessible to everyone, I’ve called for masa harina. It will yield tortillas that are vastly superior to grocery store tortillas for relatively little work. Masa harina is a flour made from dried masa. You can sometimes buy fresh masa made the traditional way from Latin American grocery stores.If you find fresh masa, make sure you get it plain, not preparada, which is for tamales. Also check if it was made from masa harina. If it was, don’t bother. You may as well make your own. The Maseca brand is widely available and produces consistently good tortillas. I wish I could find a good organic or local brand of masa harina. I’ve tried a few other types and keep coming back to Maseca for its dependability.Adapted from "D.I.Y. Delicious" by Vanessa Barrington.  Click here to see the 5 Basic Kitchen Tools for Homemade Cooking story. 
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Chicken Tortilla Soup
Chicken tortilla soup is a classic Tex-Mex dish that’s perfect comfort food on a cold evening. This recipe is from the Junior League of Dallas’ cookbook, “Stop and Smell the Rosemary,” and it has tons of flavor from onion, tomatoes and shredded chicken cooked in a spicy, smoky broth. Serve this over crunchy tortilla chips and top with cheese. Want more heat? Up the amount of spices used.
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Bacon Taquitos with Chipotle Aioli
Mention bacon and chipotle in the same breath and the party people will come running into the room. Smoked bacon and ancho and chipotle powders give these finger foods serious kick.
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What could be easier than throwing some pork, spices, and an onion into a slow cooker? The smell will tantalize everyone in your household all day and you’ll probably have leftovers to use in other dishes during the workweek. This is also a low-maintenance dish perfect for serving at dinner parties.—  Shelby Kinnaird Click here for more recipes from the Diabetic Foodie.Click here for more of the 101 Best Slow Cooker Recipes
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