I must admit, when reading the ingredients in this recipe I was quite skeptical, but I was pleasantly surprised with the finished results! The meat didn't have that traditional "fast food taco" taste, but it was deliciously different and both my husband and I liked it much better than regular tacos! Make sure you drain the meat real well before putting it on the tortillas though, or you'll have a very drippy taco! The leftovers were just as good (or better) the next day too! This recipe is a definite keeper... and I'll NEVER make tacos again with ground beef and powdered taco mix! :)
I loved these! This was super delicious and quite easy to make
Made the recipe exactly as directed. The flavors were wonderful and we loved it! However, next time I think I will skip the tortillas and just serve with rice or even noodles. Thank you for sharing! Not my idea of Mexican but amazing all the same. We will definitely make this again.
The house smelled fantastic while this was cooking. For the most part we really enjoyed this, but I did't like the sweet taste from the brown sugar (would make this again and leave the brown sugar out). Didn't have sirloin steak in my freezer, but did have a lean chuck roast. Very easy recipe - don't be put off by the long list of ingredients. Thanks for posting this Millie!
I hate to be the skunk at the garden party but this recipe had a very sharp sweet/sour component to it that we didn't like at all. Is it supposed to taste sweet/sour? I don't know that much about Mexican food, so it could just be me.
I loved these! I would classify them as a bit closer to 'cuban style' fajitas in that that have a mildly sweet undertone but I gobbled them up! I used my cast iron pot on simmer rather than my slow cooker as I was making only enough for 2. Great recipe!
We love this recipe! I have substituted chicken and it is just as good!! Only change I make is to use the chicken bouillon. Brought it to the office last week and it was a big hit!
LOVE THIS RECIPE!!! I found this right before I bought my first American Heart Association cookbook and by the taste you would never be able to tell it is good for your heart. A must have if you love tacos!
Very good tasting beef. I too was skeptical at first but in the end it turned out to be a huge hit.
Wonderful. I started it the night before because I was working with 6+ lbs. of round steak. I had a large group over for "make it yourself" taco salad and everyone raved about it. Next day I removed some of the liquid, then shredded the beef and put it back in the pot with the sugar mixture to blend the flavors.