Cooking Time: ~15 minutes
The following only serves as a guide. Actual figures will vary depending on specific ingredients used.
Everyone loves lettuce tacos. They’re very straightforward, nearly impossible to get wrong, and Keto friendly. I’m even happy to admit that I prefer them over regular tacos.
But in spite of the pros of the humble lettuce taco, it still comes with the cons of a regular taco: being very messy. Not to mention that peeling lettuce shells off without problems is just about impossible. Lets fix that.
So without further ado, here it is: the right way to eat lettuce tacos is to use a bowl.
You may think I’m crazy, but give it a go before you make that call.
Throw some bacon fat or oil into a pan and turn it right up, and throw the chicken in.
Roughly cut your lettuce up until you’re happy with the consistency, and the tomatoes to boot.
If you want to make your own taco seasoning, mix salt, black pepper, cumin, and paprika together until it looks about right, or you can buy it from the store.
When you add it to the chicken, and a small amount of water to help it spread evenly
Crack open your jalepeños and taco sauce, and get some cheese ready
Here’s the fun part, layering!
Repeat what you’ve just done, but this time, add some taco sauce to the top!
Go forth and conquer the bowl of wonder, it’s really, really good. Even if you have an aversion to this approach from the traditional approach, I’m confident you’ll be swayed in the right direction.