I love summer but the heat beats us down on the farm.
We're ready for a break.
And it looks like Fall is almost here!
Cooler weather inspires me to cook hardier meals.
So, I started thinking about what that should be...
And that's when it hit me.....Tacos!!
But, I didn't wanted the standard ground beef version. Nawww......
To the farm store I went!
And...BAM - I realized Tri Tips would make something different.
And It Did!
And it's simple too.....
If you'd like to see how I made tri Tip Tacos...
Here ya go!
1 Tri Tip, I prefer trimmed well
Jensen Reserve Taco Rub
Lard to grease bottom of 9"x13" pan
Toppings As Desired.
Instructions: Grease bottom of 9 x 13 pan. Preheat oven to 380 degrees.
Place tri tip in pan and generously coat both sides with our Taco Rub & Seasoning.
Bake for ~45 minutes. I recommend a meat thermometer to get to your desired temp.
Once internal temp of 135 is reached, removed from oven and let rest for 5 minutes.
Cut across the grain. Then into bite size pieces.
Toss in juices in pan or on cutting board you cut it on.
Add to your favorite dish.
What did I pair with mine?
Smoked Gouda Cheese
Cherry Tomatoes from Farmer Ricky next door
Juice from 1/2 lemon
OMG. This is a keeper! Bill dove into his before we even sat down to eat!
Have you ever tried a different kind of taco? Tell mw about it!