15 Taco Recipes Under 300 Calories

Tacos are delicious and versatile -- and make a winner for an easy-to-fix dinner whether traditionally Mexican or not-so-traditional.

Jackie Newgent, RDN, CDN
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10 Healthiest Choices at the Mexican Restaurant Nearby Your Work or Home

Not sure what to order at the Mexican restaurant nearby your work or home? Try these nutritionists' tips and tricks for what healthy dishes to order and what to avoid.

Kelly Plowe
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How to Grill Carne Asada

How do you make carne asada? Step one, purchase skirt steak or flank steak. They're not the most tender cuts, but they're brimming with rich flavor that holds its own even in light of the flavorful marinade.

Eric Mohrman
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These Keto-Friendly Mexican Recipes Will Help You Win Cinco de Mayo

Thankfully, if you're following keto, there's no need to give up your favorite Mexican foods. So whether you're serving up a Mexican feast for Cinco de Mayo (or let's be honest, anytime), these meals and side dishes won't kick you out of ketosis.

Leslie Harris
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This New Avocado Eatery Will Blow Your Avocado-Loving Mind

Avocaderia, the self-proclaimed "world's first avocado bar," will be opening soon in Brooklyn, New York.

Hoku Krueger
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How to Cook Tacos for 85

Feeding a large crowd can seem overwhelming, but choosing the right recipe can make it simpler. Tacos are a meal that can feed 85 people without a huge amount of extra work.

Eliza Martinez
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How to Cook Taco Shells in the Microwave

For the best taco, follow directions to heat up prepackaged taco shells. Heat them in the oven if you want crisp shells to hold your ingredients. Use the microwave -- which is quicker and more energy-efficient -- if you like the shells to be more pliable.

Cheryl Grace Myers
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How to Use a Crock-Pot to Keep Tortillas Warm

The secret to tender, pliable corn or flour tortillas, says The Kitchn recipe editor Emma Christensen, is to gently heat the tortillas, then keep them warm with moist heat. This can be a challenge if you're serving a crowd for a dinner party or buffet.

Michelle Kerns
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Cayenne Pepper Vs. Chili Powder

Powdered cayenne pepper and chili powder may look similar, but they taste very different. While both of these spices contain capsaicin, the substance in hot peppers that makes your mouth burn, cayenne pepper usually packs a bigger punch.

G.D. Palmer
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Cheese Quesadilla Nutrition

With just three required ingredients -- a tortilla, cheese and a little oil -- a quesadilla makes for a simple, inexpensive meal. It�s not necessarily a healthy option, however, given that it's loaded with cheese.

Kelsey Casselbury
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