Beef Taco Bowls

I think we’re back to our normal schedule… So here’s another easy recipe! Taco Bowls with Old El Paso’s Taco Boats Flour Tortillas. I’ll be honest the first time I saw these, I thought’ “why not just use regular tortillas.” I bought them anyway because I had a crowd at home, and it seemed like the perfect quick meal to feed everyone. We liked them so much, that I have made a few variations since.

The one that I am sharing today is with ground beef. If you have visited my blog before, you know that I am all about delicious but quick meals. If this is your first time visiting, make sure to check out previous recipes. 😉 Now, on to the instructions…

Ground Beef Taco Bowls with Old El Paso Taco Boats Flour Tortillas, 8 Ct

Making the Taco Bowls

First, I set the rice to make. Then sautéed onions and jalapeños, mixed in beef and taco seasoning; cooking until browned. I lowered the heat and added the salsa, making sure to mix it well. Then, heated the taco boats according to the package instructions.

Once the beef was done, we each filled our boats with beef and rice and topped with other ingredients; cheese, sour cream, etc. My husband likes avocado, so he added a few slices to his. I added some fresh cilantro to mine. And the girls like to keep it plain, rice, beef and cheese was enough for them.

Ground Beef Taco Bowls with Old El Paso Taco Boats Flour Tortillas, 8 Ct

There you have it! Super easy, right? This meal is perfect for a busy week night. And absolutely kid friendly. If your kids are like mine and like to be involved in the kitchen, this is a meal they can help with.

Buen provecho,
Thirty Minus One

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Taco Bowls with Old El Paso

Yield: 4

Ingredients

  • one package of taco boats
  • 1 lb. ground beef
  • 1/2 Jalapeño, chopped
  • 1/4 cup onions, chopped
  • 1 jar of salsa
  • 1 tbsp. taco seasoning

Instructions

  1. Sauté onions and jalapeños; mix in beef and taco seasoning. Cook until browned
  2. Lower heat and add salsa, mixing well.
  3. Heat taco boats according to package instructions.
  4. Fill boats with meat and rice (optional). Top with other desired ingredients; cheese, sour cream, etc.
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1 comment / Add your comment below

  1. We love tacos at our house but we’ve never tried them as bowls!! I started making my own tortillas a little while back but am now wondering if I can make these tortialls bowls myself ? Hmm sounds like a delicious challenge!

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