Shredded pork tacos are an easy, affordable way to switch up taco night and have plenty of leftovers for lunch or another dinner. In this recipe, the pork is gently simmered in a generously seasoned tomato sauce until it is fall-apart-tender. Don’t worry too much about the long cooking time; it’s mostly hands off and totally worth it!
These shredded chicken tacos will give you a new, delicious way to make chicken and shake up taco night all in one easy recipe. Here, chicken breasts are cooked in a flavorful tomato sauce. Then the chicken is shredded and added back to the sauce until it soaks it all up.
Shredded beef tacos are an easy and delicious way to shake up taco night. Flank steak is cooked in beef broth until tender and shredded. Then it’s added to a simple tomato sauce that flavored with a homemade taco seasoning mix. Serve the shredded beef on soft or hard tacos and dress them up with your favorite toppings.
This taco dip is a great alternative for taco night. It also makes a great appetizer for your next game-day spread. This dip is quick and easy. It’s made with lean ground turkey instead of ground beef, but don’t worry, the flavor is all there thanks to a combination of spices. The taco meat is generously layered with refried beans, cheese, black olives, green onions and tomatoes, making it hearty and delicious.
These hot and flaky, hand pies are filled with a delicious and flavorful taco filling. We use ground turkey that’s seasoned with a southwestern-inspired seasoning blend, black beans, corn and just a little bit of Monterey Jack cheese and green onions.
These Blackened Shrimp Tacos are topped with an amazing Pineapple Salsa. This meal is really quick and easy to make. In this recipe, shrimp are seasoned with blackening seasoning and quickly sautéed until cooked through. The super flavorful shrimp are then added to flour tortillas that are lined with shredded lettuce, and topped with a homemade pineapple salsa that’s as simple as it is good.
These festive little taco cups make a great appetizer. They’re really easy to make too. We take some help from the market by using frozen fillo (phyllo) shells, but we add our own touch by making a homemade taco seasoning. The flaky and delicious fillo cups are filled with flavorful taco meat, then baked and topped with cheddar jack cheese.