Generally, tacos are associated with Mexico, but one of the great things about tacos is the limitless array of ways there are to prepare them. With that in mind, today we’re going to take a look at some Irish Tacos, and here’s what you’ll need to prepare them:
- Sliced jalapeños
- 2 ½ pounds of corned beef
- Twelve to sixteen warmed flour tortillas
- A small cored and thinly sliced head of green cabbage
- 1 ½ tablespoons of hot pepper sauce
- Three peeled carrots sliced into julienne
- Salt and pepper for taste
- A cup of mayonnaise
- Three tablespoons of cider vinegar
- Three tablespoons of plain Greek yogurt or sour cream
Begin by warming the corned beef in its cooling liquid. You can also wrap it in some foil, place it on a sheet pan and warm it up for about twenty minutes in a 350-degree oven. To make the coleslaw, simply mix the carrots and cabbage together in a large bowl.
Using a separate bowl, whisk the yogurt or sour cream, the mayonnaise, the cider vinegar, and the hot pepper sauce together. Pour about half of the sauce onto the carrots and cabbage, making sure to coat them well. Use some seasoning for taste and then set aside whatever sauce is left.
Once the corned beef is nice and hot, remove it from the foil or the cooking liquid and use a pair of forks to shred it up. Serve it with the tortillas, the slaw, the jalapeños, some of the hot pepper sauce, and whatever white sauce is left.
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