Taco Tuesday

20 Awesome Recipes For Taco Tuesday

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This collection of 20 awesome taco recipes will take your Taco Tuesday planning to a new level. Whether you’re a meat lover, seafood lover, or vegetarian, there’s a recipe here for everyone. If you’re dairy-free, you’ll find a range of recipes with crunchy and fresh veggies for delicious taco toppers.

You’ll find slaws and pickled veggie toppings that add a tangy and spicy flavor to the mix. Hardshell, soft shell, or a combo of both are given modern makeovers with new ways to fuse the two for the ultimate taco-eating experience. If you’re looking for taco inspiration, check out these Taco Tuesday recipes for a new flavor kick!

Taco Tuesday Recipes

1. Queso Fundido Stuffed Tacos

Queso Fundido Stuffed Tacos by How Sweet Eats

Try these amazing tacos with Queso Fundido sandwiched between a hard shell and soft shell taco and then stuffed with a chorizo filling. Awesome!

2. Huevos Rancheros Tacos

Huevos Rancheros Tacos by Diethood

These tacos are perfect for a filling breakfast or a zesty weeknight meal. Eggs, refried beans, green chilies, tomatoes, cheese, and diced avocado make up this delicious taco feast.

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3. Sauteed Tilapia Tacos

Sauteed Tilapia Tacos with Grilled Peppers and Onion by Eat Yourself Skinny

These super-simple fish tacos are just perfect for a quick meal.

4. Vegetarian Chickpea Cauliflower Tacos

Vegetarian Chickpea Cauliflower Tacos with Lime Crema by A Side Of Sweet

These vegetarian tacos are full of chickpeas and cauliflower and decorated with stunningly gorgeous pickled red cabbage. Finish with lime crema and enjoy!

5. Sweet Potato & Black Bean Tacos

Sweet Potato and Black Bean Tacos by Simply Recipes

Thirty minutes of minimal cooking will get you these tacos filled with smoky roasted sweet potatoes and black beans, plus a variety of toppings to make this a satisfying meat-free dinner.

6. Thai Chicken Tacos

Thai Chicken Tacos by Carlsbad Cravings

Fill your favorite taco shell with marinated Thai chicken, drizzled with a savory peanut butter sauce, and topped with fresh and crunchy pineapple cucumber slaw for a taco taste extravaganza!

7. Vegan BBQ Mushroom Tacos

Vegan BBQ Mushroom Tacos by Blissful Basil

The smoky mixture of spices coats the portobellos and shiitakes for an outstanding vegan taco mixture that you simply must try!

8. Vegan Teriyaki Cauliflower Tacos

Vegan Teriyaki Cauliflower Tacos by Lauren Caris Cooks

Elevate baked cauliflower with a tangy and sweet teriyaki sauce, and finish with crunchy fresh toppings. Gorgeous!

9. Mole-Spiced Chickpea/Zucchini Tacos

Mole-Spiced Chickpea & Grilled Zucchini Tacos by Snixy Kitchen

For the ultimate flavor punch try these mole-spiced chickpea and grilled zucchini tacos topped with lime Greek yogurt crema, pickled radishes, pepitas, and more!

10. Chicken and Shrimp Tacos

Chicken and Shrimp Tacos by Spaceships And Laserbeams

Try these surf and chicken tacos full of deliciously spiced chicken and shrimp topped with pineapple salsa.

11. Grilled Portobello Mushroom Tacos

Grilled Portobello Mushroom Tacos by Salt and Lavender

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You won’t miss the meat in these hearty vegetarian tacos. The grilled portobello mushrooms have a smoky flavor that works well with the awesome spices in this filling.

12. Lemon Butter Grouper Fish Tacos

Lemon Butter Grouper Fish Tacos by Averie Cooks

Try these 10-minute tacos for a yummy fish taco treat!

13. Steak & Egg Breakfast Tacos

Steak And Egg Breakfast Tacos by Honey and Birch

These breakfast tacos aren’t just for mornings! Make them anytime and enjoy a new way to experience steak and eggs.

14. Harissa Miso Delicata Squash Tacos

Harissa Miso Delicata Squash Tacos by Healthy Nibbles and Bits

These awesome spicy and filling tacos will have you wondering why you don’t make veggie tacos more often!

15. Ground Beef Tacos

Ground Beef Tacos by Dinner At The Zoo

You can’t go wrong with this classic beef taco recipe that the whole family will love. Set out an assortment of toppings so everyone can personalize their own.

16. BBQ Chicken Tacos

BBQ Chicken Tacos from Lovely Little Kitchen

Give your barbecue chicken a new place to land with these easy and filling tacos.

17. Lentil and Walnut Tacos

Lentil And Walnut Tacos by Oh My Veggies

No heat is required with this recipe which calls for serving these vegan tacos chilled.  Perfect for warm-weather meals when you need something cold.

18. Spicy Mango Black Bean Avocado Tacos

Spicy Mango Black Bean Avocado Tacos by Love and Lemons

Spice your tacos up with this sweet and tangy vegan mango and black bean taco recipe. Pile on the extra toppings for even more flavor and crunch.

19. Vietnamese Banh Mi Street Tacos

Vietnamese Banh Mi Street Tacos by A Spicy Perspective

Soft flour taco tortillas are loaded with fresh crunchy veggies that you would typically see on a Vietnamese Banh Mi sandwich, then drizzled with the spicy creamy taco sauce. Delish!

20. BBQ Pork Tacos With Broccoli Slaw

BBQ Pork Tacos With Broccoli Slaw by Like Mother Like Daughter

If you’re craving pulled pork, try giving it a new setting with these tacos. Top with delicious creamy broccoli slaw, tomatoes, and shredded cheese, and enjoy.

What Can I Serve With Tacos?

  • Salsa
  • Taco sauce
  • Grated cheese
  • Guacamole
  • Sour Cream
  • Cilantro
  • Black olives
  • Tossed salad
  • Chips and salsa
  • Queso

Final Word

I hope you enjoyed my Taco Tuesday post today! I could eat tacos every day, yes, every day! Just bring on the salsa, guacamole, cilantro, and onions and I’m good to go. Please keep prepping, we can do this, I promise! Please learn every recipe you can by cooking from scratch! May God bless this world, Linda

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  1. Thanks, Linda ~
    Since going low carb, I have gotten tired of not having the “crunch” when it comes to tacos. Taco salad is great, don’t get me wrong but sometimes I just want the crunch! So, I have discovered a couple of ways to get at least a semblance of crunch on occasion: 1) cheese shells – take grated cheese (my fave is a combination of sharp cheddar and pepper jack) and place a good sized pile on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Spread the cheese out so it bakes evenly in a round. Bake at 350F to 375F until well melted and a bit browned around the edges. Remove from oven and let cool slightly until the cheese doesn’t stretch. Fold the cheese round over a wooden spoon handle to create the shape of a taco shell. Let cool completely. Fill as you would an taco. Be sure to lean over the plate as you will get a bit of dripping because the cheese is not solid like a shell would be! and number 2) chaffles – go to pinterest and search it out! it is basically just a cheese and egg waffle that can be customized in so many ways. The basic directions are to take grated mozzarella (about an ounce) and an egg, Beat the egg, (some mix the cheese into the egg and some don’t) and place the ingredients on a mini waffle maker (Dash waffle maker is most often suggested). I made 2 chaffles last night for a BLT and it was surprisingly good. The longer you cook the chaffle, the crunchier it gets. Then, once done to your satisfaction, you can bend it and fill as for a taco. I’ll try that one of these days.

    The only things that I can say about the two methods is that if you have a problem with fat, the cheese alone is a big issue. If you are just going low carb, this might be a way to have your taco and eat it too (at least on occasion.

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