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Old 01-03-2006, 06:42 PM   #1
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The tilapia was amazing that way. I made one of your fish tacos and then with the leftover tilapia (I only used half a filet in the tortilla and no cheese), I just covered it in fresh chopped tomato with the green onion and cilantro on top- it was AWESOME.

I love simple flavorful ideas like this so I am sending you a challenge for tomorrow night's dinner! I have ground turkey, cilantro, green onions and most other tex-mex things on hand...would you have an idea of something yummy to whip up with this? I could also use chicken. If you have time to respond that would be awesome-you seem like a great cook!
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I continue to be inspired, THANKS!!! My DH LOVES the fish tacos..I made them with cheese for him
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Your cinnamon chips sound good to me, I'm sure I'll be trying them. Thanks!
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Mary, I think you should be in charge of a new recipe post, cos your taco salad (despite not having a dairy or starch to make it REALLY good) was awesome. Who knew?!

I fried up the turkey and added cumin, garlic powder, salt and pepper and chili powder. Then chopped a plum tomato and some cilantro and a tbsp of lo-sodium ketchup. I had it with lettuce and the salsa/sourcream dressing..it was awesome! Next time I think I might have it over brown rice with CHEESE! AWESOME, thanks so much! I am still junky-ing up on lime tilapia..seriously - i bought some for tomorrow already and cant wait to have it a THIRD TIME this week!

Any other ideas you can think of are certainly eagerly anticipated, so if youre ever bored- fire 'em off!
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deets~ did you add the tomatoes to the turkey while cooking or as a topping. when i make chicken tacos i add tomatoes to it while cooking, but have never tried it with turkey ones.
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I added it to them after Today I made ground turkey with the cumin, garlic,chili, cilantro, green onion, 1tsp salsa and 1oz cheese...OMG- YUM!
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