Classic Beef Tacos

Let‘s Taco about these Beef Tacos… Too cheesy? I know! Every so often, we need to be cheesy in order to have a good day. 
Let me see how many of you love tacos? I can eat ravenously a dozen of these, of course, if I allow myself. 
I call them delicious mess because that’s what they are. 
Crunchy on the outside, soft and flavorful on the inside and once you take a bite Holy yumminess!!! Everything starts to fall apart, but we love that kind of food around here. Let‘s get real for a minute, no forkknife, or proper table manners aren’t necessary when you eat tacos. Am I right or what? 

There was a game on TV, and my son asked me if I knew how to make tacos. Since he was little, he didn’t remember if I made them or not. 
I said: What? Tee hee hee if I know how to make, what? Is there anything that I can’t make? No, I don’t think so Well, we don’t talk about that sensitive subject. Just for your ears, cakes are my weak point, but that isn’t the biggest secret. 

Seriously, I can’t make a really good-looking, delicious cake for shit. Well, even if the cake comes out delicious, decorating would be a huge issue for me. Ask me to make anything, and I will, but decorating a cake is like this whole another world. 
I know that I am not alone, but let‘s leave it at that and talk about these tacos. I absolutely love making these when we have game days or even movie nights. Sometimes I would prep a meat a day ahead and just reheat when we naturally want to consume it. So freaking easy, right?! 

Classic Beef Tacos

Course Party Food
Cuisine American, Mexican
Keyword tacos, beef, dinner, party food
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 4
Author Sandra | Sandra's Easy Cooking

Ingredients

  • 2 pounds Ground Beef 20/80
  • 1 teaspoon Onion Powder
  • 1 pack Taco seasoning read the notes
  • Salt and Ground Black Pepper to taste

Other ingredients:

  • Corn Shells, or Soft
  • Mexican Cream or Sour Cream
  • Pico De Gallo
  • Shredded Lettuce
  • Avocado*optional

Instructions

  1. Turn the heat to medium high temp. and saute ground beef a couple of minutes, then add onion powder, taco seasoning, Add a pinch of salt and black pepper to taste. 

  2. Let it cool down for a minute or two until putting them in the hard corn shells or serve in the soft tortillas with any topping that you desire. 

    My go-to toppings: pico de gallo, Mexican cream or sour cream, lettuce and Mexican shredded cheese. Sometimes I would add some pickled jalapenos. 

Recipe Notes

You may use already premixed taco seasoning instead of mixing it yourself. 



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