If you aren’t on the charcuterie- everything wagon yet, this one will get you there! This was so fun to make and was packed full of flavor-enhancing ingredients to make each taco fully customized. This is a great idea for a party appetizer, having friends over for dinner, or a fancy date night at home. You can be as creative as you want with this! There is no limit on how to make a taco charcuterie board! Let’s get into the details of this.
Here, I’m using lean beef but turkey would be good here as well. I love the Taco seasoning mix from Costco! We make tacos a lot around here and this is my go-to seasoning. Brown your meat in a pan, strain the grease, add in your taco seasoning and a few splashes of milk of your choice (I use milkadamia), but any unflavored plant milk or regular milk will work just fine. Stir it around and let it simmer until ready to serve.
Fajita is a staple in my tacos! I love using any type of bell pepper. You can also slice up some onions if you want! However, I omited onions in the fajitas because I had onion in both my salsa options. I didn’t want to go overboard on onions! I love a good char on my peppers. As Gordon Ramsey says, ” No color, no flavor.” And I take that statement seriously! Follow my 7 Steps To Perfectly Cooked Veggies to make your next fajitas.
This corn salsa is so refreshing and so delicious. It’s ridiculously easy to make and packs a punch of flavor in any taco. Get the Fresh Corn Salsa recipe here!
Pico De Gallo:
Being a Texan, I have had plenty of amazing salsas over the years. While I love a great spicy and flavorful salsa, nothing beats the basics of a fresh pico de gallo. Lime juice makes all the difference! How To Make Pico De Gallo
Of course, you can get store-bought tortillas…but you wouldn’t be on Pinterest if you really wanted to do everything homemade! This Homemade Tortilla Recipe I have is perfected and is truly the best tortilla I’ve ever made. It has 4 ingredients and takes practically no time at all to make. Plus in the need, it’s so worth it. I promise!
The toppings you choose to fill up your Taco Charcuterie board are endless! I laid out some crunchy corn shells, limes, shredded cheese, smashed avocado, cilantro, jalapeño, limes, and plain greek yogurt (as sour cream). I also had out some refried beans but black beans would be good too!
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