We love tacos at our house, and we love trying different types of taco recipes.
Last week we had one of those nights when everyone needed to eat at a different time. Tacos are perfect for those nights. The meat can be made ahead of time and in just a few minutes. Then each person can assemble their tacos when they’re ready to eat.
Lucky for me, McCormick had just sent me a bunch of their new Skillet Sauces.
I had ground pork in the freezer, so I browned that out quickly and chose the Taco with Chipotle and Garlic Sauce to add to the meat.
We loved the flavor of it. The tacos were saucy, with a nice amount of chipotle taste. Not too hot at all, but just a great flavor. The sauces are made with McCormick’s all natural herbs and spices.
Did I mention that the meat was saucy? We don’t like dry taco meat. These didn’t even need extra taco sauce added.
- 1 lb. ground beef or pork
- 1 packet McCormick Taco with Chipotle and Garlic Skillet Sauce
- Lettuce, tomato, cheese and other taco fixings
- 12 taco shells
- Brown the ground meat in a large skillet.
- Pour in McCormick Skillet Sauce and heat over medium heat.
- Serve in taco shells with all the fixings.
McCormick’s new Skillet Sauce comes in a variety of flavors. Some are even able to be used in the slow cooker too.
We also tried the Sesame Chicken Stir-Fry last week. Since I’d been sick with a cold, these came in so handy! I used frozen popcorn chicken and broccoli with the Sesame Chicken Sauce and it turned out great! So easy!
Disclosure: I have been compensated and was provided McCormick Skillet Sauces. However, all opinions are my own.