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Low Salt Tacos 

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Description:
Most of your sodium will be in the cheese and hamburger... but if you take care not to add too much cheese... you can eat 2 or 3 tacos... and still be under your 300 to 400 mg sodium per meal.


Ingredients:
3 oz low fat hamburger (55mg - 3oz) or turkey
Chili Powder, Cumin & hot spices or Mrs. dash
Taco Corn Shells (Meijers - 0mg sodium)
Chopped Tomatoe
Chopped Lettuce
Chopped Onion
Chopped Green Pepper
Low Sodium Cheddar Cheese (Tillamook Cheddar Cheese)
Sour Cream (Breakstone - 20mg - 2 Tablespoons)


Directions:
Brown in a frying pan...
3 oz low fat hamburger (55mg - 3oz)
Mix in...
Chili Powder, Cumin & hot spices that you enjoy (all no salt spices)

Put a tablepoon of meat mixture into...
Taco Corn Shells (Meijers - 0mg sodium)

Add Taco toppings...
Chopped Tomatoe
Chopped Lettuce
Chopped Onion
Chopped Green Pepper
If you like hot, add Chopped Jalapeno

Low Sodium Cheddar Cheese (Tillamook Cheddar Cheese)
Sour Cream (Breakstone - 20mg - 2 Tablespoons)

Serve with homemade Spanish Rice and homemade Re-Fried Pinto Beans


Notes: Most of your sodium will be in the cheese and hamburger... but if you take care not to add too much cheese... you can eat 2 or 3 tacos... and still be under your 300 to 400 mg sodium per meal.


Special Diet: Low Sodium


Category: Low or No Salt


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