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Bake Tortillas Into Flat bottom Taco Shells in your oven!

Over at eating well they've got a great idea for creating those flat bottom taco shells in your own oven!  All you do is nuke some tortillas in the microwave for 30 seconds, wrapped in a moist towel or paper towel, then set the oven at 375 degrees and bake the tortillas for 7 to 10 min.

They'll come out crispy and with flat bottoms just like the one you can buy in a supermarket, but only better!  Load 'em up with some good fix'ens,  a little margarita action, and you've got you're very own fiesta in your kitchen! Spicy! ;)

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