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Journal MiTEG's Journal: TACOS! 3

I'd like to shake the hand of the genius that came up with that idea. I've never really had good tacos, but I tried making them last night... wow! I could probably eat 20 of em.

Ground beef, cheese, tomato, lettuce and some other stuff. Cook it or something then mix together and eat.

It's the MiTEG Food Plan ® - All Tacos, All The Time TM

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  • There are like just a few ingredients that you can combine over and over into whatever you want.

    Cheese, beans, tortillas, lettuce, tomatoes, beef, chicken, limes, rice, advocados, and whatever else.

  • the joy ot tacos (Score:2, Informative)

    Christ I love tacos!

    Most Americans (North, not Central :) think of tacos as hamburg and spices in a hard corn shell, plus cheese, tomatos, lettuce, salsa, etc. Strictly speaking, though "taco" is simply a "sandwhich".

    I prefer fresh corn tortillas. I make them myself from masa harina, water, salt, and corn oil, and a tortilla press.

    For meat, I cook chicken or beef pieces, and add salt, cayanne pepper, paprika, garlic, coriander, cumin powder, corn starch, and water (or beef/chicken broth).

    They're m

  • meat free (Score:2, Informative)

    by heliocentric ( 74613 ) *
    One thing that I enjoy is making tacos using the green bag stuff of simulated meat product. It's like Morningstar Farms or something. Put that in a pan, heat it up, and add some taco flavoring from a packet. Do not add water at all, just heat it up and the moister from it being frozen will be sufficient liquid.

    I've done this several times and fooled everyone, and I enjoy it myself.

    Granted I lather on the non-reduced fat sour cream and use real good cheese and such, I'm not a hippie freako or something.

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