Taco's met gehakt - getekend recept

Taco's met gehakt - getekend recept

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Vandaag een mexicaans recept: Taco's met gehaktvulling! @Babita de Boer gaf aan dat dit 1 van haar lievelingsgerechten is! De vrolijke kleuren passen ook bij Mexico vind ik!


  • gehakt
  • ui
  • paprika
  • knoflook
  • tacokruiden (komijn, chilipoeder, peper en zout, paprikapoeder, koriander en uienpoeder naar smaak)
  • ijsbergsla
  • komkommer in stukjes
  • mais
  • tacosaus
  • geraspte kaas
  • plakjes tomaatjes


  • Verwarm de oven voor (ongeveer 150 graden, kijk even op de taco-verpakking)
  • Snijd de paprika, uit en knoflook heeeeel fijn en fruit even aan in de pan
  • Voeg het gehakt toe en maak het los
  • Voeg de kruiden en een klein blikje tomatenpuree toe
  • Doe de bijgerechtjes in je mooiste bakjes: ijsbergsla - komkommer - mais - tacosaus - geraspte kaas - tomaatjes
  • Verwarm de taco' s in de oven (tip ik hang ze altijd in het rooster, wel met aluminium folie er onder, want ze kunnen lekken
  • Gezellig met z'n allen de taco's vullen op je bord, met alles wat er op tafel staat!


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