- Jun 15, 2021
Starting Your Taco Tuesday
Starting YOUR Taco Tuesday Tradition
Starting your own Taco Tuesday can be a new and fun tradition to start with your family and friends. Here are 5 tips that will help you score big every time.
1) Prepping Is Key
This may be overstating it a little, but, the easiest way to ruin Taco Tuesday is to do everything last minute. Make sure all your toppings are chopped and ready before you fire up the griddle. This will ensure that as soon as your meat and other fixings are done cooking, you can serve it while it's hot.
2) Sauces & Seasonings
With everything that goes on a taco, it is important to have a good seasoning or sauce to help it stand out from all the other tacos you've hade.
Here are a few of our favorite sauces and seasonings:
- Blackstone Taco & Fajita Seasoning
- Mr. Yoshida's Marinade & Cooking Sauce: Original Gourmet - Sweet & Savory
- Tzatziki Sauce or Sour Cream
Don't skimp on the veggies when picking out your produce. To give your tacos an extra boost of flavor, make sure you select fresh vegetables. It might be a good idea to look at what your local farmer's market has available. Here are a few veggies to try on your next taco:
- Shredded Lettuce
- Red Onions
- Green Onions
- Green/Red Peppers
- Banana Peppers
4) Bring Out The Meat
The meat just might be the most important part of your taco. If you want something new making tacos with fish/salmon, steak, chicken, or shrimp might be what you need.
Check out this site for a list of 25 authentic tacos!
Using a different kind of cheese is a simple way to enhance the overall flavor of your taco. Here are some of our suggestions if you are looking to try something new.
Manchego: intense, zesty, rich, slightly salty
Fontina: earthy, rich, creamy, sweet
Swiss: sweet, nutty, smooth
Ricotta and Parmesan: gritty, fruity, nutty
Pepper Jack: spicy, semi-soft, delicate, buttery
Feta: salty, tangy, lemony