These classic Ground Beef Tacos are a simple and flavorful meal to make as an easy weeknight dinner for the whole family. Cook ground beef with onion and garlic, then simmer in broth before serving. Serve them in soft or hard shell tacos- and top with cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, sour cream and more. Get your kids involved in this recipe by letting them put together their own tacos and add their own toppings. Makes 8 tacos.
Andouille Sausage Breakfast Tacos are the BEST dish to wake up to! Break down the andouille sausage and cook it in a saucepan until cooked through. Once the sausage is crumbly and delicious, add onion, sweet peppers and a jalapeño to the pan until they soften. Remove them from the pan, and scramble the eggs in the same skillet. These tacos add some much-needed heat to the breakfast or brunch table.
Blackened Shrimp Tacos with a crunchy coleslaw are the BEST entree to make at your football tailgate! Shrimp are liberally sprinkled with homemade blackening seasoning, then cooked. Flour (or corn!) tortillas are warmed on the grill. When the elements of the dish are ready, the shrimp are served atop a (made-at-home) Asian-inspired coleslaw that features green cabbage, toasted almonds, toasted Ramen noodles and a honey vinaigrette. These Blackened Shrimp Tacos go great with beer and are easily transported as...
Pork Carnitas Enchiladas are a delicious entree for your Cinco de Mayo get-together! Pork simmers in the slow cooker on low all day. Once the meat is fall-apart tender, it is shredded. Combine it with onion and green chiles in a skillet, brown the ingredients slightly, then roll it up. The enchiladas are slathered in spicy enchilada sauce and baked until crisped on the edges. This entree is best served immediately, though it does freeze well!