Looking to celebrate Taco Tuesday without sticking to the boring, usual ingredients like ground beef, sour cream, and cheese? Look no further! Check out these unique yet easy taco ideas to spice up any taco night!
The sriracha craze is over, yet these spicy shrimp tacos might reignite an old flame.
These tacos will taste like you have just taken a plane ride to Hawaii.
3. Veggie Tacos
Instead of stuffing your tacos with steak and chicken, use healthy vegetables instead like onions, zucchini, tomatoes, green chiles, and jalapeños.
Drizzle chipotle mayo on top of these delicious tacos. Everything all together, including making the chipotle mayo, takes only 20 minutes.
Watching your carb intake? Substitute the taco shell with lettuce instead.
Who says that you can only celebrate Taco Tuesday at night? Get a kick-start in the morning with these tacos filled with crispy bacon. To add more oomph, include diced up avocado.
Nothing in this world beats a double-shelled taco.
These tacos are light and perfect for the summer (though you can still enjoy them during any season).
If you are calorie counting at the moment, these tacos are perfect.
11. Salmon Tacos
Switch up your fish tacos by using baked salmon, which is packed with Omega 3.
Add a little bit of sweetness to your tacos by using a hint of brown sugar.
As a tip, you can put any leftover Caribbean salsa in a mason jar and save it for another Taco night.
15. Grilled Chicken Fresco Tacos
Top these tacos with a spoonful of Pico de Gallo for a light and fresh taste. This is one of the yummiest taco ideas!
These shells are both gluten and dairy free, so everyone can enjoy them. Plus, all you need are four ingredients: grated zucchini, one egg, arrowroot flour, and coconut flour. You can also add spices for taste.
This grilled steak taco with sliced avocado and queso fresco will beat any kind of taco from a stand or restaurant.
If you don’t have a enough time on your hands and looking for a shortcut, throw frozen chicken breasts, a packet of ranch, taco seasoning, and chicken broth into a crockpot for a few hours while you run errands and tend to your needs, and voila, dinner is done.
Get innovative with your tacos and use an avocado in replacement of a shell or bowl.
These tacos are unique, simple, and delicious; qualities we all look for when making tacos.