Your weeknight dinner gets a little twist with our epic Buffalo chicken tacos. The spicy flavor of the meat combined with cooling blue cheese and crisp vegetables makes for a mouthful of pure bliss. It’s all the taste of the wings you love, slow-cooked and extra juicy, with a kick. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
This tasty Tex-Mex taco salad made with soyrizo has both vegan and vegetarian options. Black beans and tortilla chips along with salsa, jalapenos and other herbs spices round out the flavors. Quick and simple to server, it’s great for a quick meal on Meatless Monday or Taco Tuesday. Get the recipe now!
Take a trip to Louisiana with these juicy Cajun chicken tacos. Paired with fresh vegetables and a homemade spice mixture, the flavors wrapped in these tortillas explode onto your taste buds with just a touch of heat. To change up your usual dinner routine with this easy weeknight meal, get the recipe now on Foodal.
Flavorful and juicy homemade shredded chicken tacos are an easy weeknight dinner that the entire family will love. Served with roasted tomatillo salsa verde, pico de gallo, and queso fresco, you get all the classic flavors, straight from the slow cooker or Instant Pot. Read more to enjoy a taco night, done right.
These vegan tacos are made with fresh produce and a cashew-based chipotle sauce that is deliciously creamy, with no dairy involved. Make these for your next Taco Tuesday dinner or any day of the week when you are craving Tex-Mex. You can use the sauce on nearly anything. It perfectly tops tacos, scrambles, grilled veggies, and more!
It’s time to put a twist on Taco Tuesday and give this shrimp version a try! With an avocado and tomato salsa and a fresh cabbage slaw, you’ll have the whole family begging for more! This recipe is also great for a party where guests can each build their own. Read more for the recipe and give them a try straight away!
These spicy pork tacos with peach and corn salsa are the perfect way to enjoy seasonal produce at its peak. They’re quick, healthy, and super tasty – what’s not to love? You can crank up the spicy heat if you crave a little burn, or tone it down if you’re feeling more reserved. Fire up the grill and try this recipe out for dinner tonight.
The traditonal recipe for this time-honored Mexican dish was known as al pastor due to the marinated pork, which is usually grilled on a vertical rotisserie. The marinade is normally prepared with achiote, a variety of spices as well as ground red chilies. One day, when I went by this street vendor stand which offers these, I realized that they were using pineapple cooked together with the cheese and thought, wow, that seems tasty and sure enough it was. This is my take on their tacos. I love it and I am sure you will as well.
Recap of this past week: Monday morning we found out we’re having a boy (!), Tuesday we found out my computer’s hard drive might be broken (!), Wednesday we found out it was just the cable that goes to the hard drive (!) and today we found a fresh bin of organic fruits and vegetables …
The last few months, alongside moving and a kitchen renovation and getting ready for The Einkorn Cookbook‘s launch, I’ve been jetting back and forth to the Chicago suburbs. One of our family members has been in and out of the hospital, so there’s been a lot of talking to doctors, feeling angry/depressed/confrontational about the lack …
They say that love shows in the gestures– A dash to the airport, a big diamond ring; They say that this is what’s romance– All that glitters, All that sparkles, All that’s bright and glossy, (You know, those sorts of things). True, you proposed: it was poetry, All of your neat lines of verse, for …