Why Not Make Every Night Taco Tuesday

Can there ever really be too much of a good thing? In the case of tacos, I don't think so. Grab some tortillas and limes and join us for a journey through our favorite taco recipes. (A margarita wouldn't hurt either).

By: Anna Decker / 10/24/2018

1. Cauliflower tacos with pickled radishes

If you didn't know it already, the secret to a lot of vegetarian cooking is cauliflower. Season and roast it and you’re on your way to a delicious meat replacement. For this veggie taco recipe, we make the cauliflower central by roasting it and serving it up with pickled radishes and crumbled queso fresco. Don’t forget to add avocado and lime!

2. Black Bean Tacos with Bacon, Egg, and Tomatillo Salsa

These breakfast-inspired tacos would be just as good for brunch as they would be on a weeknight. If you have a gas stove go ahead and heat the tortillas directly over the open flame; a little bit of char goes a long way to enhance their corn flavor. But don’t worry, they’ll be fine warmed in the oven, too. For a milder salsa, omit the jalapeño or just use a part of it. Cook, relax and enjoy!

3. Spicy Shrimp Tacos with Radishes, Cucumber and Chile

One day our marketing director Monica came in to tell us about her family’s favorite Sunday night dinner: Spicy marinated shrimp and vegetables wrapped in tender rice-paper wrappers. Our mouths started watering which is a sure sign we need to make a recipe. We simplified things by serving the shrimp in soft tortillas. Test kitchen-tested, Monica approved. Cook, relax and enjoy!

4. Chorizo and Potato Tacos with Cucumber & Pepper Salad

This one is a riff on one of our favorite breakfast tacos, filled with tender potatoes and savory chorizo. With a cooling pepper and cucumber salad alongside, all you need is a stack of napkins and you’re set. Cook, relax and enjoy!

5. Pork Banh Mi Tacos with Sriracha Mayo & Mint

Banh Mi are Vietnamese sandwiches characterized by fresh or pickled veggies, herbs (like mint or cilantro), and pork. This recipe is our twist on that tradition, using flour tortillas to take tacos to a unique place. The vibrant result is a Banh Mi-taco mash-up that is just as fun and flavorful as it sounds. Feel free to leave the hot sauce out of the mayo for delicate taste buds! Cook, relax, and enjoy!

6. Charred Zucchini Tacos with Goat Cheese and Cilantro Pesto

Skewered veggies are great for grilling, but we’re skipping the skewering and going straight to the grilling! The still-warm grilled zucchini spends time soaking up the flavors of a fresh cilantro pesto while you grill corn tortillas and juicy limes. Topped with creamy goat cheese and crunchy almonds, this makes for an unconventional veggie taco that will quickly become a classic. Cook, relax, and enjoy!

7. Spiced Steak Tacos with Corn Salsa & Cilantro Crema

In this made-for-summer dish, steak gets treated to a tenderizing, spiced yogurt marinade. The charred corn salsa with cilantro yogurt is a quick, deconstructed take on Mexican street corn. Maximum flavor with minimum effort—just how we like it! Cook, relax, and enjoy!

8. Fried Fish Tacos with Tangy Slaw & Sweet Potato Fries

Fish tacos make it easy to imagine that we are by the beach, basking in the sun's rays, and sipping a cold one. So, December seems like as good a time as ever to conjure up warm and fuzzy beach feels with this dish! After a shake-up in panko breadcrumbs, pollock filets get pan-fried and crispy, then layered in corn tortillas with citrusy cabbage slaw, and served alongside meaty sweet potato fries. Cook, relax, and enjoy!

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