Want to know what to serve with tacos? We’ve got you covered with some different ways to change up what to serve with tacos. This recipe collection will guide you through different types of recipes to serve on the side of your taco dish for Taco Tuesday or any night.
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What to serve with tacos that your family will love! Tacos have taken over the food scene in recent years, and for good reason. They are a delicious and versatile dish that can be customized to suit any taste preference. However, sometimes it is a little difficult to figure out what to serve with tacos. Fear not, as we have compiled a collection of some of the best accompaniments for your next taco night.
Some of our all time favorite recipes are Mexican Street Corn Salad, Cilantro Lime Rice and Mexican Black Beans. But this collection will give you so much more inspiration.
With over 200 easy and delicious dinner ideas, you'll never have to worry about what to make for dinner again.
Expert Tips for Making A Salsa Side for Tacos
Bring the Heat: Add a little peppers in Adobo Sauce or a little Jalapeno to spice it up.
Get a Little Cheesy: Add some fresh Queso Fresco, Feta or Cotija.
Avocado: Some nice fresh avocado will be fabulous in this dish.
Add More Veggies: Cucumbers, celery or even squash.
Variation tip: Fresh roasted corn can be used in this recipe if you like.
Bring more flavor: Using sofrito can spice any dish up especially tacos! Sofrito is the ingredient to add to any dish.
Salsa Sides for Tacos
When it comes to tacos, the sides are just as important as the shell and filling. And what better way to add flavor and texture than with some delicious salsa sides for tacos? From traditional tomato-based salsa to fruity mango salsa to black bean salsa variations, there are endless options that can take your taco game to new heights.
This easy Strawberry Salsa recipe is fresh, delicious, and totally addictive! It makes a great appetizer for parties and picnics and tastes amazing over shrimp, chicken, fish, salads, tacos, and so much more!
This Corn Salsa recipe can be served as an appetizer with just chips at any potluck or pile it on tacos, quesadillas, grilled chicken, salmon, and pork. It also makes a fabulous side to practically everything because it is delicious with just a fork! No matter how you serve this Corn Salsa recipe, you will be blown away at just how fabulous it is!
This Black Bean Corn Salsa is healthy, flavorful, colorful and delicious are just a few words that describe this Black Bean and Corn Salad. It’s a quick and easy salsa that can be used as a salad or a topping too!
Are you tired of the same old taco toppings and are looking for something different for what to serve with tacos? Look no further than sope recipes to spice up your next taco night. Sopes are a traditional Mexican dish consisting of a thick corn tortilla topped with various ingredients. They make the perfect complement to your favorite taco fillings and can even steal the show as the main course.
Sopes are like small tortillas that are thicker and have a border around the edges. This last part is formed right after cooking the sopes when the texture is soft enough to allow you to pinch the edges to form the border. This border serves as a barrier to contain all the delicious toppings!
These authentic and irresistable Mexican Sopes can be layered with all of your favorite toppings like chicken, beef, beans, lettuce, cheese, and salsa. Made with only 4 ingredients, you can bake or fry them to perfection in only a few minutes!
Sope shells are dough made from masa harina (corn flour) that gets flattened into a thick disk. The raw sope shell is fried just long enough to get it to hold its shape, but not so long that it gets crisp. The idea is that you want it to form an impenetrable barrier for the treats that go on top of it, but you still want it to be soft and warm in the center.
Looking for what goes with tacos? Look no further than guacamole – it’s not just for tortilla chips! This versatile dip is a crowd-pleaser and pairs perfectly with all kinds of tacos, from classic beef to vegetarian options. So if you’re wondering what goes with tacos, the answer is simple – guac!
Easy Chunky Guacamole
There is a saying that life without Mexican food is no life at all. Life without my Homemade Guacamole is definitely not worth living.
A really great Guacamole, the way it’s made in Mexico and in the best Mexican restaurants around the world! The secret step that makes this so special is making a paste with onion, chilli, coriander/cilantro and salt before adding the avocado.
Are you tired of the same old sides to go with tacos? It’s time to switch things up and try some delicious Arepa sides! These tasty corn cakes are a staple in Latin American cuisine and they make the perfect complement to any taco dish.
Whether you’ve wondered how to make arepas or you’ve never heard of them before, you’re sure to fall in love with these easy and versatile South American corn bread rounds!
Arepas, a traditional Colombian dish, are round savory corn cakes that are so easy to make. This version is stuffed with cheese and can be served for breakfast, as an afternoon snack, or a light dinner.
Looking to add some extra flavor and texture to your next taco night? Look no further than these delicious easy Mexican rice and beans sides for tacos. These tasty additions will take your tacos from good to great, making them the perfect meal for any occasion. You can also swap out traditional rice for cauliflower rice to make these dishes healthier.
Red Beans and Rice
So thick, so creamy and so flavorful! The beans are cooked just right – perfectly tender, served with rice and smoky andouille sausage.
Spanish Rice and Beans uses pantry staples to create a nutritious and flavorful one pot meal. Vegetarian, gluten free, and a complete source of plant protein, this easy dinner will become a family favorite.
Healthy, hearty, and full of flavor, this Spanish Rice and Beans is one of my favorite 30 minute, one pan recipes. Add chicken or shrimp or serve it as a vegetarian main with a green salad on the side.