Taco Tuesday Throwdown | Chicken, Shrimp, Beef

taco tuesday throwdown

It’s a Taco Tuesday Throwdown! Sometimes we find a recipe that knocks our socks off! Sometimes we find three recipes we love. Regardless, we love trying new recipes from different people. In honor of Taco Tuesday (one of our favorite days of the week), we decided to highlight three of our favorite tacos from around the web. From chicken, to shrimp, to your traditional beef taco, we think you’ll find something from everyone.

Barbecue Chicken Tacos

taco tuesday throwdownWhat do you get when you combine barbecue and tacos?! Only the most delicious chicken tacos around. Why do we love this recipe so much? It combines avocados, jalapenos, AND bacon. You can whip up this delicious treat in under 30 minutes. We got the recipe from Baked by Rachel and you can too! Click right here for step by step instructions, more mouthwatering taco pictures, and more cooking knowledge from Rachel.

Prep time: 10 minutes

Cook time: 10 minutes

Full recipe: Baked by Rachel

Recipes4theWeek Rating: 4/5


Spicy Shrimp Tacos with Avocado Salsa & Sour Cream Cilantro Sauce

taco tuesday throwdown

We love that SPICE, SPICE baby! These shrimp tacos are too delicious for your own good. On top of the spicy shrimp, the avocado salsa and sour cream cilantro sauce take these tacos from ordinary to extraordinary. We will say when we made this, it took us a little longer to prep than GimmeDelicious said, but that’s mostly because it was our first time making it and we got easily distracted. GimmeDelicious will break it down, from prepping the shrimp, to making the avocado salsa.

Prep time: 10 minutes

Cook time: 5 minutes

Full recipe: GimmeDelicious

Recipes4theWeek Rating: 4.5/5


Chipotle Ground Beef Tacos

taco tuesday throwdown

Mexican Please! We’re not just asking, that’s the site where we got this amazing recipe from. They break down how to ditch the pre-packaged taco seasoning and make your own. They even give some insider tips on getting the perfect taco shell. These are basically your traditional beef tacos, so obviously there are a lot of ways you can get this simple recipe, however Mexican Please did it right and so we wanted to share with you!

Prep time: 10 minutes

Cook time: 15 minutes

Full recipe: Mexican Please

Recipes4theWeek Rating: 3.5/5


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