Tacos in a Bag (a.k.a. Walking Tacos) Recipe
Hook to Cooking with Mark and Debbie
Published: Tuesday, June 12, 2012 7:00 am
By: Mark Hagendorff
Hello, Boaters! I know some of you enjoy cooking at home and aboard. If you are like me, I enjoy cooking but I hate doing the dishes, especially on the boat. So with that in mind, I thought I would give you a recipe that is really easy to do on the boat, especially if you’re on the hook in a smaller boat with kids where clean up or sitting down to eat might be difficult. I’ll admit that this isn’t exactly a recipe but mostly just an easy, quick solution for either taco leftovers or a fun way to put a spin on a taco salad. Tacos in a Bag, also known as Walking Tacos because all of the ingredients are added to a bag of tortilla chips, requires only a fork to enjoy. I’ve seen them used for rendezvous, dock parties, and more, plus it is a lot of fun for kids to make their own!
- Individual sized bags of Doritos (or other favorite type)
- Taco meat (brown the ground beef and add your favorite taco seasoning) Note: If you’re on the hook and don’t have power to heat the taco meat, you can do this just before heading to the boat and put the warm taco meat in a thermos.
- Sour cream
- Salsa or taco sauce
- Green onion (optional)
- Olives (optional)
Your individually sized bag of Doritos (or other favorite type)
Crush your bag of tortilla chips so that you have bite-sized pieces
Next, add taco meat and cheese
Throw in some lettuce
Tomatoes and sour cream
Top it off with salsa or taco sauce. It is important to add one of these to keep it from being dry and to make it more like a taco salad.
Add a fork and enjoy! Simply throw the bag away when you are finished. Yummy!
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Mark & Debbie Hagendorff