Homemade Meximelt Fiesta

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Unlock the flavors of a beloved Tex-Mex classic with this homemade Meximelt recipe. A delightful blend of seasoned ground turkey, fresh pico de gallo, and melted cheese wrapped in a warm tortilla, this dish offers a healthier twist on a fast-food favorite, perfect for any day of the week.

The Story

Inspired by the popular but often discontinued menu item from fast-food chains, this Meximelt recipe is a tribute to the flavors that have captured the hearts of Tex-Mex cuisine lovers. Reimagined with a focus on fresh ingredients and customizable spice levels, it’s designed to bring the essence of quick Mexican fare into the comfort of your home.

Why You Should Make It

This Meximelt recipe is not just about recreating a fast-food favorite; it’s about elevating it. With the use of lean ground turkey and low-carb tortillas, it offers a healthier alternative that doesn’t compromise on taste. It’s a quick, delicious, and satisfying meal that’s bound to become a staple in your recipe collection.

How to Serve

Serve Meximelts fresh off the skillet for the ultimate melty cheese experience. Accompany with sides of guacamole, sour cream, and a refreshing lime wedge for a complete meal that’s both hearty and flavorful.

How to Store

Store any leftover components separately in the fridge. Ground turkey and pico de gallo can be kept in airtight containers for up to 3 days. Assemble and warm up in a skillet or microwave when ready to enjoy again.


  • For the juiciest filling, don’t overcook the ground turkey. Keep it moist by simmering with tomato sauce and spices.
  • Customize your Meximelt with different cheeses or add a scoop of beans for an extra protein punch.
  • Warm the tortillas before assembling to make them more pliable and prevent tearing.

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