A marinade inspired by Japanese flavours gives a boost to tender beef strips. And then bring them together with a crisp Japanese sesame slaw and some lightly pickled cucumbers to make the perfect fusion taco.
Traditional taco fillings are put aside in favour of fresh herbs, capsicums (bell peppers), and scallops. If you prefer prawns you can swap them for the scallops and have a really nice seafood taco.
Grilled spring onions, fresh coriander, and juicy grape tomatoes are set on a bed of shredded lettuce, covered with a drizzle of sour cream then topped with sliced pork to make this tasty taco.
Walnuts blitzed in a food processor with a combination of spices form the base of these Mexican-inspired, easily built, soft tacos.
Bring back Mexican night with these easy and healthy soft tacos filled with smoky beef and a refreshing kale and cucumber salsa. Using minced beef means there’s no slow-cooking involved, while our herb and spice blend, and tangy chipotle in adobo sauce ensure there is still plenty of punchy flavour.
Radishes add crunch to the salsa we use on these summer beef steak tacos.
Try something different with a fusion of Korean and Mexican cuisines in these bulgogi beef tacos.
Make a quick tomato sauce and simply stir in some mixed beans for sustenance and protein. Put it on some warmed tortillas with an avocado salsa and a dollop of lime yoghurt… another great combo discovered!
Experiment with your garnishes on these tacos filled with tender chunks of spicy pulled pork.
This taco recipe features spicy baked salmon fillets with a simple coleslaw, and avocado mash.
These fajita-style wraps team grilled capsicum with mushrooms, corn and our taco seasoning for a delicious DIY assembly.
A taco is a traditional Mexican dish composed of a corn or wheat tortilla folded or rolled around a filling.
Vietnamese banh mi is characterised by its use of fresh or pickled veggies, herbs such as mint or coriander, and very often, pork. This recipe is a twist on that tradition, using flour tortillas to take tacos to a unique place.
In these tacos we’ve forgone the traditional sliced chicken or grilled beef and used a mix of crisp potato, smoky chorizo and sweet onion instead. Placed in warm tortillas with a cucumber salsa and refreshing yoghurt, all you’ll have to do is wrap and enjoy!
Use this homemade authentic Mexican spice blend to add flavour to your tacos and other Mexican dishes.