As a Texas native, I’d like to think I know a thing or two about tacos. And I do, except I know a lot about Tex-Mex tacos and not so much about California Mex or honestly true Mexican tacos.
Colorado Mexican/tacos were good but nothing compared to what I grew up eating. Getting the Tacolicious Cook Book seemed like a natural fit for our eating style. After getting the book I realized how close we were to true Tacolicious restaurants. Like they are a hop, skip and jump away in the Bay Area.
As much as I’d love to try some of the food in the cook book, some of it maybe too bold for me to cook on my own and I’d probably much rather go and try it in the restaurant first. However the roasted tomato-mint salsa sounds like a divine gift from above that I must try my hand at. There is everything in this cookbook: salsa, pico (aka lazy salsa), guacamole, pickled jalapeños, cocktails, infused tequila, beans, rice, corn, and on and on.
How to tell a good corn tortilla from a bad corn tortilla or where to buy good tortillas if you don’t make your own. They describe the different types of chiles, how to cook with them and their flavor profiles. They even line out how to have a DIY taco party.
If you like tacos in the smallest sense of the word, then this is a book for you. Grab a copy HERE
I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.
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