Hard Taco Shells

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You might need to improvise if your oven rack isn’t free from cross-contamination.

Fun and crunchy.

Ingredients

As many Corn Tortillas as needed.

Method

1. Preheat the oven to 175c (Fan).

2. Wrap the Tortillas in a paper towel and wet with water until damp. Microwave the tortillas for about 30 seconds. This will make them more pliable.

3. Place a wire rack on a baking tin and place that on a baking tray. Then hang the soft tortillas on the rack so that they hang without touching the bottom tray. Leave enough space in-between each side of the tortilla to provide space for whatever filling is to be used.

4. Bake for 10-15 minutes or until Tortillas are firm and dry. Remove from rack, fill and serve.

Alternatively:

Grease a muffin tin and place the steamed tortillas (15cm) in the tray and bake until solid, then add an egg and bake for a further ten minutes and finally top with cheese and return to oven until melted.

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