Fill your tacos--and then yourself--with men's favorite meat combos.
Whenever we go to a party or BBQ everyone always asks us to bring this. It's easy and a hit! Family, Friends and Kids love this. Great on its own or forego the chicken and just use the salad if attending a BBQ or serve with steak or other meats etc or a vegetarian dish.
Rice, ground beef, and bacon cooked with vegetables with a semi-spicy tomato sauce. One of my favorites growing up.
Easy and delicious, this Mexican inspired dish will surely please everyone in the family.
Fast and easy, it's also delicious and everyone can have it the way they want it. This is infinitely flexible as you can add or remove ingredients to suit the tastes of your family. Some suggested additions: Salsa, Guacamole, Ranch or Thousand Island dressing, green or black olives, kidney chili beans, fresh sliced mushrooms, tomato wedges. If you can put it on a salad, it'll pretty much go with this!
Yummy. My kids love them.
An intensely spicy pizza with the distinct flavor of tacos... Without that overrated taco seasoning!
We take this easy-to-make taco salad to potlucks and NEVER have any left. Everybody is always asking for the recipe, so here it is!
Quick cooking casserole.
This great addition to any Mexican-themed dinner also makes a great lunch all on its own.
Taco soup. Top with cheese, sour cream and tortilla strips. This is great during the winter months or during a football game. It's always a hit. My kids love it.
My family has been making this recipe as long as I can remember. Now that I have taken over a good part of the cooking I still think it is the best. Use polenta rather than finer ground corn meal. I sometimes add 1/2 cup whole kernel corn to the polenta.
Mixing flavors of egg, ground beef, salsa, and sour cream, sharp Cheddar cheese.
Venison or ground beef can be used for this recipe. I would rate this soup as mild on a spicy scale. Leftovers can be used as a dip the next day.
A new spicy way of fixing chicken, that the whole family will love. YUMMY!!
Carne Asada tacos. Very easy entertaining recipe. If you can wield a food processor and a set of tongs, you are set. I always kick off the summer camping season by doing these over the campfire. The nice thing about this recipe is that you can do most everything beforehand, leaving you time to quaff a few with your buddies. Perfect for tailgating or camping where people stand while they eat.
Beginning cooks can wow anyone with this slow-cooked pork burrito. No real cooking required, just put some pork in the slow cooker with some other stuff, sit back and think about what a great meal you're going to have. (See our "How to roll up a wrap" article.)
Taco seasoned chicken breasts covered in crushed tortilla chips.
Enchiladas that can use beef, chicken, or pork filling. Whichever preparation you choose, the dish includes a mildly spicy cream cheese sauce.
Easy and tasty.