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Tacos

Once upon a time I met a little girl who wouldn't even try to make a taco. She said she didn't like tacos. WHAT? I don't know what kind of person doesn't like tacos but I can tell you it is nearly unheard of, so they must be ultra rare.


I made an entire spread of taco choices and even had a choice between soft and crunchy shells and chips. I can't think of a topping that wasn't on the table. So, with all the possible flavor combinations, I decided that she was just being difficult. I don't need that kind of negativity in my life. Besides this little girl, tacos can please eaven the pickiest of eaters--if you let them make their own! #sonomnom4u #tacos



Tacos:


Shells:

Crunchy Corn Shells

Soft Tortillas (we use Tortilla Land in the Dairy Section. No chemicals! All real/fresh! )

tortilla chips (make your own!)


Filling ideas: Mix and match--think of your own!

Refried Beans

Black Beans

Black Olives

Cheddar, shredded

Pepperjack, shredded

lettuce, shredded

Green onions, chopped

Salsa

Guacamole

Sour Cream

Nacho Cheese, heated

Taco Meat (recipe below)

Chipotle Cholulah

Franks Red Hot

Tabasco


Taco Meat:

Ground beef

2 TBSP Cumin

2 tsp Salt

2 TBSP Chili Powder

2 tsp garlic powder

2 tsp onion powder


How to make Taco Meat:

In a large skillet, brown 1 lb ground beef. Drain. Add 1/2 cup water and cumin, salt, chili powder, garlic powder, and onion powder. Stir until meat is coated and cook about 5-7 minutes until the liquid is cooked down.


How to make tacos:

Place all the toppings of your choice into bowls on a large table or counter. Let your guests creat their own taco masterpieces! First, the choose a shell and fill it up with any of the toppings they like! If using meat, make sure that is close to the bottom of your shell since it is heavier than other toppings.






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