The rumor has it, any team can win if fans have these Tailgate Tacos with them! These tacos are easy to make and perfect for tailgating!
|6 taco shells|
|8.8 oz mince beef|
|1/2 Spanish onion(s)|
|1/2 yellow pepper|
|1 clove garlic|
|1/4 tsp thyme|
|1/4 tsp red paprika|
|1/4 tsp dill|
|1/4 tsp parsley|
|1 tbl olive oil|
|3 tbl BBQ sauce|
|1.8 oz mozzarella cheese|
|1.8 oz lettuce salad|
|5 sprigs parsley|
|1 pinch love ❤️|
When autumn (fall) is knocking on the door, every football fan is getting ready for the football season and… tailgate parties. Tailgating has a lot of meaning for football fans, and it is a fabulous opportunity to catch up with friends, enjoy finger-licking food with refreshing drinks and get ready for the “big game”. This tailgate tacos recipe covers the food part!
If everything above sounds exciting, it is time to think about drinks, food and football decorations. I am talking tailgate tacos, salads, decorations, music and a whole lot more! And it is best to do it all beforehand.
Wraps, mini burgers and tacos are a great combination. Buy fresh beef cutlets for mini burgers or mince for tacos and chop salad, tomatoes, onions and cheese. Try preparing wraps at home, too, and then simply reheat them from both sides on your grill stove on the spot. Too easy!
And what food do you enjoy making for tailgating? Which one of your creations make your friends go wild? Please let me know in the comments below.
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P.S. Crave more finger-licking recipes like these Tailgate Tacos? Then take a look at these:
Peel and chop onion and garlic. Combine beef mince, chopped onion, garlic, thyme, red paprika, dill, parsley in a bowl.
Cook mince with vegetales
Place the casserole over heat. Heat the casserole with oil on medium high-heat, then place beef mince with all herbs in it for 3 minutes. Then add pepper, tomatoes and cook for another 3 minutes.
Prepare and serve tacos
Heat taco shells in oven 350°F (175°C) for 3-4 minutes (to give them a crunchy bite). Place lettuce and beef into warmed tacos, top with cheese and BBQ sauce. and a coriander sprig.
Top with a coriander sprig.