Mexican Taco Dishes
Tacos bring everyone to the table, because they're not only tasty but also fun to eat and full of Mexican flair. For creative variations on traditional Mexican tacos, check out these recipes.
Assemble-your-own tacos suit everyone at the party. Start off with slow cooker pork and a variety of vegetables, and finish up with a topping of sour cream for a fast and easy meal.
Sweet pineapple balances the hint of heat in the tomato sauce that tenderizes the pork shoulder.
Pineapple salsa adds a sweet and sassy zing to these Italian sausage tacos.
A quick pickled slaw takes these ground beef tacos on a trip from Mexico to Asia.
These low fat, easy-to-make, chicken, chili pepper, and tomato stuffed tacos are great for family dinners.
This slow cooker recipe is easy on the cook and easy on the budget. Inexpensive pork shoulder makes a savory taco filling when cooked with tomatoes, chiles and corn.
Imitation lobster stir-fried with jicama, sweet peppers, and zucchini makes a handy filling for these tasty tacos. Serve the serrano pepper salsa on the side in a sweet pepper boat.
Mexico meets Korea in these tasty slow cooker beef tacos. The cool, crunchy coleslaw is the perfect antidote to the slightly spicy meat.
You're just 25 minutes away from getting these sweet and savory fruit tacos on the dinner table. Trade corn tortillas for flour if you like.
The key to serve your best steak tacos yet: Allow the meat to rest for five minutes before slicing so the juices can redistribute after cooking.
Hungry for Mexican-flavor foods? This taco-inspired beef dinner recipe of pasta, salsa, beef, and cheese will satisfy cravings.
Make dinner an interactive adventure by setting up a build-your-own shrimp taco bar.
Ground beef and salsa make a saucy filler for the tortillas in this fast dinner recipe.
Carnitas, or "little meats," is a classic Mexican dish that results in fork-tender meat after a low and slow simmer.