"I figured if the local taco joint can do it, then so can I with the help of George Foreman of course, or rather his grill. I just decided to give this a try one day and it turned out better than any grilled stuffed taco I've ever purchased."
Make the taco meat according to the directions on the package you chose.
Spray your George Foreman grill with olive oil cooking spray and turn on to preheat.
Lay one tortilla on the counter.
Break one hard taco shell in half so it looks like two half circles and set one of the half circles in the center of the tortilla.
Spread as much meat as you would like (3 - 5 Tbsp) onto the hard taco shell.
Add cheese, tomatoes, sour cream and salsa spread out evenly on top of the meat.
Set the other half of the hard taco shell on top of the fillings.
Here comes the tricky part. Fold the tortilla shell over the two shorter sides of the hard shelled taco. Keep them tucked in while you fold the two longer sides over top of them.
Set your taco onto the grill seam side up and close the grill. (Grill as many tacos at one time as your grill will hold.)
Let the taco grill until the tortilla shell has become crispy and slightly browned. On my grill that can be anywhere between 4 and 7 minutes. I like to flip it over when it is half done since I only have a one person grill and it doesn't close tightly over the top of the taco. This allows both sides to get nice and crispy.