Eat Your Fill
What makes a taco a taco is a small, round tortilla — made of either corn or flour — that is typically served fresh off the comal (griddle pan), reheated over an open flame from a gas stove, or in a pan with a touch of oil. The fillings can really be anything, from traditional carnitas and tongue, to Tex-Mex ground beef and cheese, to vegan potato and kale. Make cooking already cheap tacos even cheaper by repurposing leftovers such as cooked meats and roasted veggies into fillings by adding canned chipotles or jalapeños and flavorful salsas. Here are 30 taco filling ideas to get the creative juices flowing.
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