Making Taco Is Easy And Simple

When you hear about nachos and tacos, perhaps it makes you hungry, especially if you are a true spicy lover. This makes you think of a plan to visit the finest Mexican restaurant near your area.

Before making tacos at home, the first thing you need to do is to provide the ingredients for making tacos. Taco ingredients can be easily found in the modern markets around you. In order to find out more about the ingredients for making tacos, see the explanation below:

– 150 grams of butter.
– 50 grams of chopped onion.
– 50 grams of flour.
– 4 chopped garlic.
– 600 grams of ground beef.
– 200 ml of broth.
– 1 teaspoon of coriander powder.
– ¼ teaspoon rosemary.
– ¼ teaspoon of fine thyme.
– the teaspoon fennel powder.
– 1 tablespoon of English sauce.
– 1 teaspoon ground pepper.
– 2 scallions.
– 1 teaspoon of salt.
– 350 grams of corn tortillas.
– 150 grams of cheddar cheese.
– 200 grams of tomatoes.
– 100 grams of finely sliced lettuce.

If all the ingredients you have prepared Taco properly and correctly, you can immediately start the process of making tacos at home. The first way you should do tacos is to heat the butter until it melts. After that, saute the onion and garlic that has been finely chopped until it looks wilted. After the two onions look wilted, add beef and stir until the beef changes color. During the process of ripening the meat, also add the flour and stir until evenly distributed. The next step you need to do is to put water, chives, and herbs in the meat. Stir until evenly distributed and cook so that the added water has dried completely. When done, remove and drain. If the stir-fried meat doesn’t feel too hot, add the stir-fried meat to the tortilla’s skin layer. After that, fold the tortilla skin in half and form a half-circle. Finished formed, fry the tortillas using hot oil. Once cooked, tacos are ready to be served. In order for tacos to taste better, don’t forget to add cheese and tomatoes as filling along with stir-fried meat. You can also enjoy tacos with a special sauce from Mexico to make it more delicious.

Ronna Campoli

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