I’m a fan of tacos, and it’s pretty much one of my essential food groups.
So, my general taco recipe is super lazy. Brown Morningstar Farms “beef” crumbles or “chicken” strips, add taco seasoning packet and water, and cook until thickened. Spoon onto warmed tortillas, add sour cream, shredded cheese and some salsa, and I’m good to go.
It’s sad that I tend to rely on the pre-packaged seasoning packets, which I didn’t really think of until the other night when I was making the tacos. I have a spice cabinet full of spices, so why am I relying on those dang packets? And furthermore, why am I just throwing everything together instead of actually looking for something interesting? Seriously, I need to put more effort into my tacos every once in a while. I am considering adding tacos to the menu for next month, but we’ll see.
Plans for the next couple weeks include getting all the ingredients I need to actually bake, then do some of the baking, and work on July required cooking. Note to self: make sure that all necessary ingredients are on hand when you want to bake. Anyway, that’s the plan, so I’ll be busy!