A Bunch of Interesting Toppings to Enchance Your Tacos

By Christopher Kennedy

It's safe to say tacos could possibly be the most common dinners to cook at your home. Tacos are really easy to cook, taste wonderful, plus the ingredients to make them are cheap. Typically, toppings used include things like cut up tomatoes, fresh lettuce, sliced olives, cheese, and fresh avocados. On the other hand, by incorporating creative taco toppings it is possible to alter the taste of the entire dish. In this informative article, we'll go through a few unique toppings to help make your tacos be bold.

One particular unconventional topping which tastes good is cilantro, also known as coriander. You can find garden-fresh cilantro from your local food store. Once your tacos are cooked, break up the cilantro into tiny pieces and set within a serving dish. This topping goes well with just about any sort of chicken taco recipes you prepare.

Yet another unusual topping is fresh scallions. Scallions have hollowed out leaves and they are occasionally referred to as green onions. Even though they taste similar to onions, the taste is less intense. The actual reason they are a really excellent topping is really because they enable you to cook the tacos onion free, since a few of your visitors might not like the taste, however, you have the choice to add in an onion flavor to your tacos by using scallions as a topping.

Lime juice is yet another simple, uncommon topping for your tacos. I prefer to cut up several fresh limes into wedges and place them in a small bowl next to my other taco toppings. You can then squeeze the limes over your tacos as desired. If you don't have access to fresh limes, any type of lime juice you find at the store can serve as a substitute.

Want to give a whole new meaning to the phrase "tex-mex food"? Try using Bbq sauce as a creative taco topping! Believe it or not, Bbq sauce actually tastes great on your tacos. It's the perfect alternative flavor if you have guests that don't enjoy spicy food. This works best when used as a topping for beef or chicken tacos (it tends to overpower the flavor of fish tacos).

My personal favorite uncommon taco topping is garlic. Chop up a few cloves of fresh garlic, fry for a minute (until brown) in olive oil or butter, then place in a dish next to your other taco toppings. Make sure you put a small spoon in the bowl so guests can add this garlic topping to their tacos without having to touch it with their hands because of the strong smell. If you don't have fresh garlic or you are feeling lazy, just use some garlic powder and sprinkle it over your tacos.

As you can tell, there are lots of unique toppings to add to tacos. Although it's essential to have all of the normal taco toppings, having only 1 or 2 of the above unusual taco toppings in addition could make your tacos delicious and unique.

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