I have fixed a lot of tacos over the years. They were one of the first things I learned to cook and they are something I serve my family often.
My favorite tip for cooking tacos has to do with the seasoning and it has nothing to do with the kinds of seasoning, it has to do with the timing. Yes, the timing.
Most recipes and packets of seasoning have you add the seasoning after the meat is cook. I disagree with this. I like to add the seasoning to the meat while cooking the meat. I add the seasoning into the pan right when I add the raw ground beef.
By doing this the seasoning and spices really get into the meat better. It blends the flavors together much better than just adding it at the end.
Now, I do know that if the ground beef is really greasy, you will drain off some of the spices, but I have found that it is not enough to matter, especially if you use lean ground beef.
What are your thoughts on the best time to add your seasoning for tacos?