The best taco salad is made with either chicken or spiced ground beef. These easy recipes for taco salad come together in minutes using bottled Catalina dressing.See Popular Taco Salad Recipes
Classic taco ingredients plus a flavor-packed sauce turn a simple dish into something spectacular.
The idea of eating the "bowl" your taco salad comes in is half the fun of ordering one at your favorite Mexican joint. Those curvy crisp tortillas cradling spicy meat, along with beans, lettuce, tomatoes, avocado and a sprinkling of cheese are great one-dish meals, where, yes, the dish is edible. But even though they might have salad as part of their name, the taco salad you eat at the cantina or pick up to go often has a deep-fried shell and is loaded with fat (in the form of huge blobs of sour cream and beans refried in lard.
Fresh Western flavors of Pace® Picante Sauce, lime juice and chili powder season strips of chicken to fold inside a tortilla with crisp lettuce, shredded cheese and chopped tomato.
Everyone's favorite Mexican dish is equally delicious in salad form. The tortilla cups are the perfect choice for an edible bowl to hold the cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, and taco sauce.
Spice up your taco salad with this special recipe that has a pasta twist.
Wrap up traditional taco fillings in a lettuce leaf for a handheld taco salad.
For a spicier version of this pretty, tiered salad, use Monterey Jack cheese with peppers.
Try this Crunchy Chicken Taco Salad for dinner this week and enjoy a light, yet satisfying Mexican-inspired meal.
Taco salad comes together quickly when crisp lettuce is topped with seasoned ground beef and beans, cheese, tortilla chips, and zesty tomatoes.
You're just 20 minutes away from serving this colorful, crowd-pleasing Mexican salad. Servings vegetarians? Try black beans instead of chicken.
Leftovers from this hearty ground beef and bean fiesta create a satisfying bowl of Southwestern-style soup for another meal.
Using lean ground beef and no-salt added beans helps make this main dish salad healthier than the typical restaurant version.
A super-quick blend of reduced-fat sour cream and salsa serves double duty as salad dressing and seasoning for the meat in our updated version of Tex-Mex taco salad. Depending on the type of salsa you use, the salad will vary in heat. We keep this version light with lean turkey, but lean ground beef (about 95%-lean) would also keep the nutrition marks reasonable. Just hold the deep-fried tortilla bowl and instead serve this salad with baked tortilla chips and wedges of fresh lime.
Compared to the greasy dish served at many Mexican restaurants, this light Turkey Taco Salad is a dieter's dream. Instead of calorie-laden dressing, top with more tasty tomato salsa.