Beef Tacos

Meat

  1. In a cold pan, thoroughly combine beef, flour, spices, and water.
  2. Flatten meat mixture to cover the bottom of pan.
  3. Without stirring, cook over high heat until the bottom of the meat is browned.
  4. Flip the meat (it doesn't matter if it breaks apart).
  5. Continue cooking until the side now facing down is browned.
  6. Reduce heat and cover, stirring occasionally.
  7. Remove from heat when cooked through.

Shells

  1. Place hard shells in the oven at 75°C.
  2. Top each soft shell with 10g cheddar.
  3. Heat a pan until water bubbles on contact.
  4. Place a soft shell into the pan.
  5. Spray water on the sides of the pan.
  6. Quickly cover the pan to trap steam.
  7. When the cheese has melted, lay a hard shell on its side, covering half of the soft shell.
  8. Fold the uncovered half of the soft shell over the hard shell, forming an even layering of soft shell, cheese, hard shell.
  9. Repeat steps 4-8 for remaining shells.

Protip: You can try different flavors of doritos in place of the hard shell; the soft shell and cheese will maintain taco integrity.

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