A flavorful mild taco sauce with great flavor and slight heat from chilies and lots of flavor. The taco sauce makes it easy to add color and flavor to the food.
Looking for a great taco sauce? Then try this taco sauce! Why make it at home when you can easily buy it here? Two things: it tastes great (yep!) and you know exactly what's in it. No preservatives or weird ingredients!
A favorite when you want to throw together quick dinners, such as a regular nacho plate, black bean tacos or refried bean tacos.
Taco sauce, aka "salsa taquera" in Spanish, is a mixed red sauce made from tomatoes and peppers that is used on tacos. Versions of it are served at Mexican taquerias, and the Americanized version at Taco Bell and in Tex Mex food: so it's a Mexican-inspired one that spans many cuisines. It's tangy, a little spicy and downright delicious.
It's like your favorite taco sauce...but better. Your future favorite!?
Perfect for tacos, burritos, quesadillas and nachos, also delicious for meat pies, barbecue, burgers, meats, sausages, marinades, pasta. Also good as a dip for tortilla chips and nachos
Taco as we know it today is a mix of old Mexican recipes and international influences. But before it was known in the Americas, natives of Mexico ate a version that looked completely different. Tacos are believed to have originated in Mexico, long before the Spanish arrived. Ancient Mexicans used freshly made, soft, flat corn tortillas and filled them with fillings such as fish and cooked organs. It was a staple meal that provided essential nutrients and energy to those who consumed it. These tacos did not contain the cheese, lettuce, sour cream and tomato that we associate with the meal today. In fact, the taco as we know it is less than 100 years old.
The word "taco" is fairly new. It originated from Mexican silver miners in the 18th century. Gunpowder was wrapped in a paper like a "taquito" and fed into rocks before detonation. At this time, tacos were known as the food of the working class, which included miners. This resulted in their portable street food being called "tacos de minero", also known as "miner's tacos". The tortilla in these miners' tacos was not a hard U-shaped shell as we know it today. Instead, it was a corn tortilla with a spicy filling. This daily staple was filling, delicious and affordable.
The taco was first introduced to the United States in 1905. Mexican migrants came in to work on railroads and other jobs and began bringing their delicious food with them. Tacos were basically a street food at this time because they were very portable and cheap. In fact, Americans were first exposed to tacos through Mexican food carts in Los Angeles run by women known as "chili queens." These ladies sold delicious economical Mexican food like soft corn tortilla tacos, and they were considered exotic by any American who tried one. The fillings were incredibly spicy and unfamiliar to the American palate.
By 1920, the food brought in by Mexican immigrants began to fuse with American ingredients. Organs were replaced with the tastier ground beef and chicken. Cheddar cheese, cold lettuce, tomato became standard fillings. This became known as the ultimate taco for Americans whose traditional dishes favored more subtle flavors. In short, the taco was becoming something of a Mexican-American fusion. Things got even more interesting when Taco Bell went mainstream and created a kind of "Mexican" food that wasn't authentically Mexican at all.
The ready-made deep-fried u-shaped taco shell we love didn't come about until the 1940s. Mexicans first patented this idea to speed up the taco making process. Taco Bell took this idea 10 years later to streamline their operations. Previously, tacos were cooked to order and were just soft tacos. The ready-made crispy taco shell made it easier to mass-produce tacos in America.
The beloved taco came to Sweden already in the 90s and today it is available in all imaginable variations, but the Friday favorite still consists of finely chopped vegetables, ground beef, corn and grated cheese in a taco shell.
Topped of course with sour cream and a good sauce!
Ingredients: Tomato*, raw cane sugar*(14%), vinegar*, red onion*, sea salt, garlic*, tomato puree*, cumin*, smoked paprika powder, chili flakes, black pepper*, oregano* (*Organic ingredients)
Nutrition declaration 100g : Energy 222 kJ/53 kcal; Fat 0.3 g (saturated fat 0 g); Carbohydrates 12 g (sugars 11 g); Protein 1.2 g; Salt 1.4 g
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Tack för din recension, Peter! Vi är glada att höra att vår milda, fylliga, smakrika och välsmakande tacosås är en hit hos dig!
Det är kul att veta att den förhöjer dina tacos. Vi strävar efter att ge dig ingredienser av högsta kvalitet och vi är glada att vi kunde hjälpa dig genom att erbjuda något extra speciellt till dina tacos.
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