Ask anyone and they will tell you: Tacos are pretty damn amazing. In 2015, Americans ate about 4.5 billion – with a b – tacos. Taco Tuesdays may be the best thing about any given week, but you don’t have to wait around for Tuesday to roll around to enjoy these babies. Here are 16 of some of the best taco recipes around, ready for you to enjoy whenever you want.
This recipe may seem complex, but it really isn’t. Preparing everything is definitely worth it for the mango-cucumber salsa.
Made with shredded taco and a tomato salsa, these tacos are relatively simple, but not super quick.
Love garlic? You will LOVE these tacos, as it is pretty heavy on the Mojo Criollo. Plus, it calls for avocados, which is always a win.
As the name suggests, this taco is pretty easy to make. Within 20 minutes, you can quickly cook the chicken, toss the toppings in your tortilla, and munch away.
This is a classic vegetarian taco. You get all your main veggies, and protein-filled black beans to fill it out.
This taco is pretty much just avocado, but with a good sauce, who cares?
If you love tofu like I do, this is your taco. Especially since this meat substitute takes on the flavors of any of the spices in your taco.
This is like fall wrapped in a tortilla. Super healthy and yummy.
With a chunky mango salsa and a spicy jalapeno kick make these fishy tacos a summer hit, even if they take a bit of time to prepare.
The shrimp are tasty and crispy, the crema very Cali and together they make for a very good taco.
You’ll have to use the grill for this one, but as mahi mahi is best charred, it’s worth it. Tomatoes, cilantro, and a refreshing avocado-lime crema turns it into perfection.
There aren’t too many things to this taco but it is heavenly. Lime, crema, and a tomato salsa compliment your pan fried fish.
Korean BBQ tacos are to die for, especially these.
Basically just sweet and juicy pineapple with some meaty steak, this recipe has a slight Asian twist to it with soy sauce and ginger.
Grilled steak and corn got your goat? Try these. This is another one that will take a little bit of time, but the taste of grilled food with some lime on top make these tacos mouthwatering.
Never had chimichurri sauce before? Made from parsley, oregano, garlic, green onions, pepper, olive oil and vinegar it may seem Italian, but it is actually a well known Argentinian sauce. It is also honest to goodness refreshingly delectable.
Featured Image: by Popo Le Chien
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