Recipe by PacNWCook
"We had these at an Irish Pub, they were to die for. A combination we thought wouldn't taste too good but all the patrons said it was the best thing on the menu, and they were right! Corned beef, coleslaw and sauce inside a flour tortilla."
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chopped fresh cilantro
cayenne pepper, or to taste
salt to taste
1 1/2 cups
shredded corned beef
8 (10 inch)
These are a favorite in my house after St. Patty's Day. I usually use corn tortillas and add mashed spuds if they are around. Top with tangy sharp shredded cheddar cheese and these are Great!! The combo of coleslaw and corned beef reminds me of NY deli sammies, OH YUMMO. Thank You PacNWCook. Got a good one here:)
This made more sauce than I could use for sixteen tacos.
WOW this was great. I made it just like it said to and the family wants it for every ST. Patrick's Day
I used this recipie for fish tacos instead and they were so delicious! The sauce added just the right touch to my tilipia and worked wonderfully with the coleslaw!!
Great tacos! Didn't change a thing and they were delicious!
I questioned this recipe because the sauce contains a lot of plain yogurt. I hate plain yogurt-it's bitter. Even before I put the tacos together I was still skeptical because when I sampled the sauce, bitter, plain yogurt was all I could taste. BUT THEN...I put it all together and YUMMO!! Delicious--I used the coleslaw dressing recipe from "Simple Coleslaw" on this site too! Oh, and it does make a lot more yogurt sauce then you would probably ever use
This recipe was amazing I made it for my wife and a friend and now they always want it when we do movie nite
These were really good. I haven't tried anything outside the traditional taco, but I really loved the flavors and how they came together. My husband was scheptical until he tasted them. Then he asked me to put the recipe in my regular rotation. Thanks!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 182
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