Do you love Taco Tuesday, but don't feel like you can enjoy it because of a gluten allergy? My Gluten Free Taco Tuesday recipes should help you out!
This post is sponsored by General Mills, but all opinions are my own
Gluten Free Taco Tuesday…Or Anyday!
Let's be honest, I usually don't cook on Saturday night. It's my day off. But when Pookah suggested Taco Tuesday on a Saturday night…I couldn't resist.
Taco Tuesday ( on a Saturday this time) always includes a choice of tacos for my husband and Pookah and a taco bowl for me ( while sneaking in one taco for myself)!
The Old El Paso Gluten Free Crunchy Shells are our favorite for Taco Tuesday or tacos any night! I really can't tell the difference between the gluten-free shells and the regular ones, so the whole family loves them. We always add the Old El Paso Traditional Refried Beans because they are the perfect complement to any Taco Tuesday. The best part of this is that I can order them both from Walmart online along with all of the other taco ingredients and have them ready to be picked up! No long lines or walking around the store when you are tired after a long day at work!
My favorite thing about this recipe is that it's easy. Brown your ground turkey or beef, add in seasoning, put the chicken in the oven and slice and add toppings.
So the next time you are looking for an easy weeknight recipe at the last minute, think about using Old El Paso! And make it even easier on yourself by ordering all of your ingredients online with Walmart.com!
- 1 tbsp of Olive Oil
- 1 Grilled Chicken Breast
- 1 package Taco Mix Seasoning
- 1 cup Brown Rice
- 1 cup Lettuce
- 1/4 cup Corn Salsa
- 1/4 cup Pico De Gallo
- 1/4 of an Avacado
- Cheese to taste
- Optional: Sour Cream
- Pre heat oven to 350
- Season Chicken Breast with Taco Seasoning
- Add olive oil to hot cast iron skillet
- Sear one side of chicken breast in the pan
- Stick entire pan into the oven for 20-30 minutes depending on the thickness of the chicken breast
- Slice up Chicken
- Build your bowl!
So do you do Taco Tuesday at your house? Have you tried Old El Paso?