Top Rated Corn Tortilla Recipes

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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5
Slow Cooker Chicken Salsa Verde
This Slow Cooker Chicken Salsa Verde can be the base for so many great meals. Store it in the freezer and use it whenever a recipe calls for shredded chicken.Recipe courtesy of Perdue
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4.5
Gluten-Free Mexican Meat Loaf
Crushed corn tortilla chips stand in for the bread crumbs in this gluten-free meat loaf. Along with cilantro and salsa, the chips add a Mexican twist to this family-favorite dish.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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4.5
Corn Tortilla
There's nothing like the corn that's available during these last few weeks of summer. You can also use canned if you like your corn a little sweeter. I like to grill mine and then finish it off in the pan, but do whatever works well for you. I like this recipe a lot as it's also a great vegetarian option that doesn't look like rabbit food.
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4.5
Enchiladas
Enchiladas are a Mexican food staple sure to please the entire family. Spotted on the menus of the best Mexican restaurants and local taquerias everywhere, enchiladas are simple enough to make at home using this easy family recipe.
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4.5
Nacho Beef Dip
Ground beef, salsa and cheese dip meet in the skillet for a family-favorite recipe.Recipe courtesy of Beef. It's What's for Dinner.
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4.5
shredded jackfruit tacos
Recipe Courtesy of Andrea Nordby, Head Chef at Purple CarrotIf you’re not familiar with jackfruit it’s time you meet this wonderfully flavorful vegetarian protein. These enormous fruits are intimidating, but canned versions are available and easy to use. When shredded, it mimics the stringy and succulent texture of pulled pork.
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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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3.666665
King Ranch Chicken Casserole
Casseroles were the perfect quick comfort food of the 1970s — take shredded chicken or cooked ground beef, add canned soup and some sauteed veggies, layer it with cheese and tortilla chips and bake on 350 for 40 minutes and viola! Dinner. The King Ranch Chicken Casserole hails from Texas and is considered by some Texans to be the state casserole dish of Texas. This casserole includes layers of creamy chicken, onions, peppers, spices cheese and tortillas. There’s some debate over whether it’s best to use actual tortillas or chips, but this recipe calls for tortillas.
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pork tacos
Serve with a bowl of fresh salsa on the side to spoon over the tacos, if you like.
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3.333335
Avocado Tacos
Oh, tacos. Toss some stuff in a tortilla and call it delicious. Traditionally, tacos are made with corn tortillas but my personal preference is flour. Either one will work with this recipe. Check out Everything You Want to Know About Avocados.
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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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3.25