Fried Turkey Tacos

Fried Turkey Tacos Recipe

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pamela Ali


I make these turkey Tacos every time we have leftover turkey from the holidays and my family has always loved them and it also turns boring left over turkey meat into a whole different meal . They are yummy .


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3 or 4 c
shredded shredded turkey
4 Tbsp
stick margerine or butter. i use imperial margerine
1/2 tsp
fajita seasoning spice, i like fiesta brand fajita seasoning
1 large
tomato diced for garnish
1 bunch
fresh cilantro cut up for garnish
1 pkg
shredded cheese, goat cheese or whatever you prefer for garnish
1 pkg
sour cream for garnish
1 pkg
flour or corn tortillas , which ever you prefer
1 bottle
chipotle salsa or whatever salsa is your preferance fo garnish
1 medium
onion diced for garnish

How to Make Fried Turkey Tacos


  • 1melt margarine in medium to large frying pan, add Turkey and fajita seasoning to your specific taste , start by using 1/2 teaspoon and add more if desired. cook until turkey is semi brown to deeper golden brown depending on desired crunchiness. remove from heat
  • 2warm tortillas over open flame or on griddle and serve immediate with your choice of garnishes.

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About Fried Turkey Tacos

Course/Dish: Turkey, Tacos & Burritos
Other Tag: Quick & Easy
Hashtags: #leftovers, #Meal

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