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.See Popular Mexican Taco Dishes Recipes
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For the perfect wrapper for these tasty vegetarian tacos, wrap a stack of whole-wheat tortillas in parchment and warm in a 400-degree oven for 5 minutes.
Tender beef simmered in salsa provides a deep, rich flavor upon which to pile grilled fresh peppers and chopped tomatoes all cooled down with a cilantro lime crema.
You can prepare the filling then call the family to help assemble these taco-inspired pastries that you can eat at home or take on the go. What fun!
Soft tortillas are filled with a colorful combination of sauteed carrot, black beans and corn enhanced with chili powder and Pace® Picante Sauce.
Your kids might eat fish when it's coated with spices and served in a tortilla. This no-oven meal is great for summer days. The tacos are topped with cool fruit salsa.
Spicy strips of turkey tender are tucked inside crispy taco shells for a mouthwatering Tex-Mex meal!
Sweet pineapple balances the hint of heat in the tomato sauce that tenderizes the pork shoulder.
Scrambled eggs with diced potato, crumbled bacon, cheese and picante sauce fills warm flour tortillas for a bold start to the day!
Try this chicken recipe from Betty Crocker.
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.
Pineapple salsa adds a sweet and sassy zing to these Italian sausage tacos.
Classically trained chef Tomas Lee was eager to bring the Asian-taco craze to Atlanta with his new restaurant Hankook. Here, he flavors panko-breaded fried-fish tacos with hoisin mayonnaise.
Old El Paso® Prize-Winning Recipe Munch and crunch a stand-up chicken taco for lunch. It's full of bacon, cheese and beans.
Ground beef seasoned with taco seasoning mix is spooned into flour tortillas and topped with Pace® Picante Sauce, lettuce and Cheddar cheese to make tasty soft tacos.
Hot Bread Kitchen's first employee, Elidia Ramos, taught her fellow bakers how to make gorditas, a favorite Mexico City street food. Crisp on the outside and soft within, these savory corn cakes are a great base for all types of toppings, from pulled pork to shredded chicken. For a more luscious gordita, fry the dough in lard or butter instead of oil.
Need a quick dinner that everyone will love? Try these mouthwatering tacos, filled with seasoned beef and lettuce in a creamy sauce, and they're on the table in 15 minutes.