My Famous San Diego Tacos


  • ground beef
  • flour tortillas
  • cheese of your choice
  • lettuce
  • veggies of your choice
  • salsa of your choice
  • cooking oil


Cook your ground beef, add onion, salt, pepper, garlic and anything else you like. Set it aside in a bowl near the pan.

Clean the pan or use a clean frying pan. Put about a Tbsp. of oil in the pan and let it get hot enough to sizzle if you flick a drop of water at it (stand back, lol). Put the tortilla in and it will begin to bubble up so hurry up and turn it over, dripping off the excess oil first, using tongs (or a fork if you're good).

Hurry up and put cheese on it, you can use shredded or slices, then hurry up and put some meat on it. Fold it in half and watch it close. As soon as that one side is browning turn it over and fry the other side. Have the cut up lettuce and tomatoes and whatever other stuff and the salsa on the table. Make a few and then start serving!


These are sooo delicious everyone RAVES over them! (smiles) Enjoy! This is like french toast, requires the standing over the stove thing but sooo worth it! (grins)

By Lily from South Bend, Indiana


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