You guys, stop it. Foodgasm.
The hardest thing about Walking Tacos is browning the meat. So let’s get to it.
Add your thawed ground beef to an already hot pan on your stove.
Stir and let it brown.
When your meat is brown get your taco seasoning ready to add to it & add away.
Then add some water to thicken everything up.
Now comes the fun part.
Taco meat of your choice (we had ground beef, but chicken or steak are great too)
Individual bags of Fritos chips, we chose the chili cheese flavor
Your favorite toppings; sour cream, cheese, hot sauce or salsa, refried beans, lettuce, etc
Open your bag of chips.
Add your taco meat.
Then layer your toppings—start with cheese so it melts.
I added hot sauce to mine. (Come on.)
The best part about Walking Tacos? When you’re done…the clean up is a breeze!
It’s easy picnic food, easy we’re-going-to-the-park food, easy birthday food for a bunch of folks, an easy way to serve chili at that cook-off you never win (this could score you the blue ribbon this year, I just know it). It’s just easy.
Need help with the cleanup beyond the table? Get that stuck on residue off with the help of Aluminum foil, I’ll show you how here.
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