Everybody loves tacos, right?
You can pile loads of toppings on that taco meat and either eat them in a crunchy shell or a soft tortilla (or both).. Most of the time my tacos are a little too piled and I end up eating them as crunchy shell nachos or with a knife and a fork. It would probably be much easier if I just put the tortilla on the side and ate my taco like a burrito bowl, but I digress.
Making taco meat is so easy, you just cook the meat in the pan, add pre-made taco seasoning and water then let it finish cooking. DONE.
Have you ever taken a second to look on the back of that taco seasoning bottle to find out what you are pouring all over your meat? No?
I did and I was baffled that it could be more than just the normal spices I have in my spice drawer. They put things like caramel coloring, corn meal (most likely GMO), sugar (what?), and some put dairy based powders in there.
Well, that just won’t do for me. So I decided to make my own and it’s so simple. You can make a huge batch, pour it in a spice bottle, and then you’re set for a good long while.
Now you can crunch down on that taco like nobody’s business! Success 🙂