One of the simplest Mexican meals to make - my "go-to" meal - is tacos. I don't make them the way my Mom does, even though that's our preferred way (she does it by frying corn tortillas...mmmm) and serves them with fried rice and beans, but it's still a hit around here when I don't have the time - or the inspiration - for much else.
The other day, however, I made them different than I ever have before, using Taco B&ll as inspiration. Lately that's been the girls' favorite fast food joint and our favorite item on the menu is their Double Decker Tacos! They're so delicious and more filling than your regular taco.
Here's how to make them:
1. Fry up your ground beef and add taco seasoning
2. Bake hard shell tortillas (pre-bought) for 3-5 minutes at 350*F
4. Heat up some re-fried beans and soft flour tortillas
6. Fill your hard shell tortilla with the beef, cheese, lettuce & tomatoes
8. And E-N-J-O-Y
My meal may not look quite as picture-perfect as the ones on Taco B&ll's menu...
ps: One of the bonuses of these double decker tacos is that the soft shell tortilla keeps everything in place if/when the hard shell cracks!