Everything goes wrong and chaotic on Tuesdays. Wake up late, girls wake up cranky, get to school late, cold weather makes an expanded crack all the way through my windshield. Of course the crack conveniently goes right through my line of sight, so it's bad enough that I am already wearing transitional bi-focals, but now my windshield has it's own bi-focal line now? Tuesdays are not my favorite!!
The only good thing that came out of this Tuesday was that the girls made these precious Halloween cupcakes, to keep our house in the spirit of the season....because there just isn't enough orange and black all over the place.
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However, this recipe comes from my sister-in-law's very good friend. These tacos are not your ordinary ingredients, but they are awesome together!!
(2) pounds ground beef or ground turkey
Lawry's Taco Seasoning Mix
1/2 white onion, diced
finely grated parmesean cheese
4 tbl. balsamic vinegar
4 tbl. olive oil
1 tbl. dijon mustard
Brown the onions and meat together until full cooked through. Add the taco seasoning mix, according to directions and let simmer for 30 minutes.
Heat the canola oil at medium-high and fry the tortillas on both sides until lightly brown, but are still pliable.
Lightly sprinkle some of the parmesean cheese on top and either fold like a taco shell or let sit if you are going the tostada route.
Mix the dressing ingredients and let sit while you assemble with the following recommended condiments: cilantro, diced red onion, chopped tomatoes, shredded mexican blend cheese, shredded lettuce, 2 ears of corn (cooked and shaved from husk), 3 chopped jalapenos, avocado and sour cream.
Once you have assembled your taco, drizzle with the dressing.