First, there was the Mega Meatball, a baseball-sized meatball topped with mozzarella and marinara, so large it served as the main course. Made with the rich, velvety flavor of Steakhouse Elite ground beef, only a quality beef like this could hold up to the density and flavor of a meatball this large.
But we’ve moved on…
Summer’s here and we are interested in something a little hotter, a little spicier, maybe something Mexican-inspired. So, here it is…the Titanic Taco! Because, well, we’re addicted to tacos and the only beef that can hold it’s own in this much quantity is Steakhouse Elite!
Titanic Taco Recipe
1 pound Steakhouse Elite Kobe-Crafted or Grassfed ground beef
4 – 12” tortillas
1/4t garlic powder
1/4t onion powder
1/4t oregano (dried)
1t black pepper
1T chili powder
Prep the taco shells: Heat oven to 375. Lay tortillas directly over 2-3 rungs of the rack, allowing the ends to fall through the rack to create a “U” taco shell shape. If tortillas are too stiff, microwave for a few seconds or toss them over high heat in a pan with a shallow amount of oil. Bake until tortilla holds its shape (about five minutes), then remove from oven and allow to cool.
Prep the taco seasoning: In a small bowl, mix together garlic powder, onion powder, oregano, black pepper, chili powder, paprika, salt and cumin. Set aside.
Brown the beef: In a large skillet, brown Steakhouse Elite beef. Drain if needed or desired (note: Steakhouse Elite Grassfed product is so lean, this step may not be required). Add seasoning mix and half a cup of water. Stir together and let simmer for five minutes.
Make the taco: Layer meat inside of large taco shell and top with desired toppings.
That’s all it takes to make one “mega” delicious taco! When you use a premium quality beef like Steakhouse Elite Grassfed beef, you end up with a succulent, flavorful taco that’s never too greasy or lacking in texture and complexity.
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