The One Item You Need If You're Serving Tacos
Because you should always be serving tacos.
There aren’t many foods as universally loved as tacos, and it’s in part owed to their versatility. You can go traditional with ingredients like ground beef, lettuce, Pico de Gallo, cheese, and sour cream. You can go healthy with ingredients like grilled shrimp or fish and tangy slaw. You can even go the brunch route with scrambled eggs, peppers, onions, and sausage or bacon. And whether you’re a corn or flour tortilla or soft or hard shell fan, there’s only one problem with beloved tacos: They can be cumbersome to serve, especially to a crowd.
Setting up a toppings bar will make for an Instagrammable table of course, but it’s not very practical. You’ll end up doing tons of dishes and toppings will undoubtedly be dropped everywhere while in transit from toppings bowl to taco. Also, if you’re serving a big crowd, the line can get long and slow as guests cautiously top their tacos. Luckily, we have an amazing solution.
This Copper Wire and Wood 4 Taco Holder is a game-changer. There are several reasons why this invention is great, but we’ll start by saying that its sleek look is stylish and compact.
There are several ways you can use the taco holder for easier taco-night experiences. If you’re serving tacos at home to the family, you can actually use the taco holder as your topping station. The sturdy copper wire will hold the taco upright for maximum filling capacity with no risk of the taco falling over.
WATCH: Quick-Fix Tacos
You can also place pre-topped tacos in the holder for guests to grab and go. As it becomes empty, simply top the tacos yourself and replace them in the holder. This will keep the line moving faster, and since you’re in charge of topping, there’s less spillage and fewer dishes to wash. Since the taco holder won’t hurt your wallet too badly, you could even invest in two or more for an ultimate taco serving line.
This taco holder is honestly pretty genius, and it would make a great gift for your taco-obsessed friends. Plus, we’ve never heard of a bad excuse to throw a fiesta. Taco Tuesday can be every day, especially with this taco holder in tow.
Here are 10 of our favorite taco recipes to inspire your next taco night:
Brisket Tacos with Summer Salsa
Skirt Steak Soft Tacos with Avocado-Corn Salsa
Fish Tacos and Toppings Bar
Easy Skillet Tacos
San Antonio Beef Puffy Tacos
Grilled Sirloin Tacos
Grilled Chicken Tacos
Slow-Cooker Pork Tacos with Fresh Tomato Salsa
Fried Brussels Sprout Tacos
Ancho Chile Flank Steak and Sweet Potato Tacos