Today is the official holiday for tacos! Totally a reason to celebrate! And since it falls on a Friday, we certainly can all go out and enjoy a taco or two at our favorite Mexican restaurant. Or maybe you would like to try one of the 9 tempting taco recipes that I found on the web? Either way, it is a pretty awesome holiday…
Tacos are one of the most popular Mexican foods. A generic taco is kind of like a sandwich with the outside usually made of corn and then filled with various delicious foods. There are lots of choices to make up a good taco, so I am bringing just a few of them to you today. Enjoy!
Indian Tacos Recipe by The Keyhole
Tacos have been around since around 3000 B.C. The indigenous people of Mexico created taco shells out of corn because it was easy to grow. Taco shells foodie cousin is a tortilla shell, which is basically the soft flour version of the taco.
Easy Chicken Fajitas Tacos from Suzy’s Sitcom
In the early 1900’s with the influx of Mexican immigrants moving into the United States, tacos were introduced as street food.
Carnitas Breakfast Tacos by These Peas are Hollow
Americans loved this unique Mexican “sandwich”. It wasn’t long before the taco was sold on food trucks in the Midwest and Western regions of the country. While the taco quickly became “Americanized”, the traditional recipes also lived on.
DIY Personal Pinata from Suzy’s Sitcom
Crock Pot Cheddar Beer Tacos by How Sweet it is
In 1962, Taco Bell opened up in a small store in Los Angeles. The popularity of this restaurant soon rocketed the taco to all corners of the country. Taco Bell currently has over 6,500 locations all over the country and sells over 2 billion tacos a year!
Organic Vegetarian Tacos by Whole Lifestyle Nutrition
Double Decker Taco Cupcakes by The Girl Who Ate Everything
Due to the taco’s popularity, many other cultures have put their twist on them. You can now find Korean tacos, American tacos, Greek tacos, and even dessert tacos!
Fruit Tacos with Chocolate Tortillas by She Knows
Big Fat Greek Tacos by Good Dinner Mom
Now go eat a taco! After all, it is a holiday!