Tacos are not just for Tuesdays! A super versatile dish that can be made with many different ingredients and styles of cuisines. You can make them from chicken, beef, pork, shrimp or no meat protein at all. You can have cheese or no cheese. You can have even make them out of pancakes for breakfast! I have pulled together a wide variety of some of my post popular Taco recipes so you can see just what I mean!
One thing that you really do want to have in your kitchen are kitchen holders. They are great for serving but also great for building your tacos. It makes it much easier to assembly line make them all up when you have more “hands” to hold them. This is my favorite style – very utilitarian. There are other fun types that work just as well.
And without further adieu – here are the top 10 tacos from the blog!
Fusion Pork Taco – An Asian spin on #TacoTuesday – with lemongrass pork, veggies and a creamy ginger sauce.
Carne Asada Tacos – A classic street taco filled with seasoned carne asada and topped with a lime and cilantro onion mixture.
Crispy Shrimp Tacos – This quick shrimp taco recipe with Jalapeno Ranch and a quick marinated onion and purple cabbage slaw.
Black Bean Chicken Tacos – A simple but delicious weeknight tacos with a simple marinated chicken and black bean mixture.
Chicken Bacon Ranch Tacos – Put a new spin on #TacoNight with these fully loaded layered up crispy chicken tacos with bacon and ranch!
Baked Beef Tacos – Layers of beans, cheese and beef a melted together for a delicious taco.
Pancake Tacos – Crispy fried shrimp drizzled with a homemade Bang Bang Sauce on a soft flour tortilla
Bang Bang Shrimp Tacos – Crispy fried shrimp drizzled with a homemade Bang Bang Sauce on a soft flour tortilla
Mojo Pork Tacos – A delicious spicy and citrus pork, slow cooked and loaded into a yummy taco!
Baked Chicken Tacos – A melted cheesy, crunchy chicken taco that your going to want to make over and over again.
Hope you enjoyed my selections of Taco Recipes – do you have a favorite? Which one will you be trying first?
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