These vegetarian tacos were inspired by a popular taco from Torchy Tacos, a really good taco joint in Austin. I’m lucky enough to live there, but if you don’t, cook your own fried avocado tacos for an excellent meal.
Jamaican jerk seasoning is the secret to making this fabulous and easy taco recipe. If you can’t find it in your grocery store, you’re in luck. The recipe includes all the ingredients you need to make your own.
This corned beef and cabbage taco recipe could be a fun way to eat corned beef on St. Patrick’s Day!
Eating breakfast for dinner is always fun, but take it up a notch and eat your eggs in tacos! Top your egg tacos with salsa, diced green chiles, and avocado and chow down.
Skip the steak restaurant and cook these steak tacos with whipped bleu cheese! Add caramelized onions for the perfect topping.
Sweet potato in a taco? Why not. The sweetness in the sweet potato goes well with the honey and lime in this unique taco recipe.
One of the best things about shrimp is that it cooks so quickly, so you’ll be able to whip up these chipotle shrimp tacos in minutes.
Vegans will enjoy this taco recipe that uses tempeh in place of meat and lettuce instead of tortillas. Whether you’re a vegan or not, you’ll definitely appreciate how good the avocado cream is.
There’s just meat and cheese in these tacos, but the secret to their deliciousness is how they’re cooked. These tacos are fried, making them super crunchy and super yummy.
The short ribs in this taco recipe are slowly cooked until the meat is fall-off-tender and then piled into warm tacos and topped with pickled red onions. Did that make your mouth water? Mine, too.
Here’s another meatless taco recipe that is definitely not flavorless. Roasted cauliflower and roasted chickpeas come together to make a special taco that will surprise everyone.
Mahi mahi is perfect with mango, and this taco recipe knocks it out of the park.
Lentils are economical, delicious, and filing. Try them in your tacos! You could also combine lentils with ground beef to increase the fiber of your meal and to extend the meat mixture.
Love salmon? You’ll definitely enjoy these salmon tacos, especially with the cilantro-lime slaw.
This taco recipe shows you how to make Indian fry bread, which you’ll use in place of a corn tortilla for your taco. Sounds good!
What do you get when you mix Greek and Mexican cuisines? This big fat Greek taco recipe!
If you haven’t tried sauteed zucchini and yellow squash in a taco, you’re missing out! Go and try this taco recipe and you’ll never look back.
Mashed potatoes in a fried taco? Yes, please. This could be a great way to use leftover mashed potatoes!
This amazing taco recipe puts Korean fried chicken in warm corn tortillas and tops them with sweet slaw and crunchy noodles.
Poblano is a mild chili pepper that is used a lot in Mexican cuisine. This taco recipe grills slices of poblano along with portobello mushrooms to create a delish and satisfying vegan filling for your next taco night.
Fry the tacos after you’ve stuffed them with buffalo chicken and black beans!
These breakfast tacos are so good – they include a mix of chorizo, eggs, potatoes, and whatever toppings you like with your tacos. Make a bunch in advance and wrap them up in foil for a great portable breakfast!
This unique taco recipe includes shredded chicken and strawberry sauce, but that’s not all. There’s also goat cheese and pistachio nuts involved, too. A flavor explosion in your mouth!
Have you ever tried pork belly? It is so good and so flavorful! This pork belly taco recipe is a great way to cook your first pork belly at home!
Calabaza is a winter squash that might be hard to find in your neck of the woods, but the recipe actually calls for zucchini instead, so don’t let that scare you away from trying this delicious taco recipe.
Now you’ve got a long list of taco recipes ready for your next taco night! For more great recipes, check out 26 Amazing Ravioli Recipes You Need to Try and 10 Breakfast Syrup Recipes for More Flavorful Pancakes.
“I’m Elisa and I live in Austin, Texas with my husband and our two little girls. I used to teach reading and writing, but now I stay at home with my two kiddos and read and write in my spare time. I also love to undertake DIY projects, find new recipes on Pinterest, and dream about someday finally completing our home. Above all, I love to learn about new things and sharing my new-found knowledge with others.” Please check out my blog What the Vita!”
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