How To Make Ground Beef Taquitos – Cooked Two Ways Fried & Baked With Guacamole by Rockin Robin

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Try these beef taquitos for your next Superbowl party! Easy and delicious!
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Taquitos are pretty easy to make and can easily be made the day before and reheated when you want to serve them. Just reheat in a 350 degree F. oven for 10 to 20 minutes or until they are heated through.

Serve these on a bed of lettuce and serve with guacamole, sour cream and salsa

I show you two ways to make them, fried and oven baked. I personally think the fried ones taste a little better but both are very good. Especially with that guacamole.

1 lb. ground beef (grass fed if possible)
1/2 yellow onion, diced
1/4 cup water
2 to 3 cloves garlic, minced
2 to 3 Tbsp. taco seasoning
Queso Fresco or any cheese you like, crumbled or shredded

Sauce onion in olive oil for 5 to 7 minutes over medium heat. Add the garlic and cook for 1 minute longer.

Add the ground beef and cook until there is no pink remaining. Drain excess oil. Add the the taco seasoning and the water. Simmer until water cooks off.

Heat 1/4 inch vegetable oil in a small (9 inch) fry pan over medium heat. Dip two tortillas at a time in the hot oil with tongs until softened, about 4 to 5 seconds. Drain the tortillas on a paper towel covered tray.

Soften about 8 to 10 tortillas and let them cool. When you can handle them, add a couple of tablespoons of beef to the tortilla and top with cheese. Roll into a cylinder and use tooth picks to seal the ends.

Cook 2 taquitos at a time in the hot oil seam side down until golden brown and then turn them over to cook on second side.

Remove from oil and cool on paper towels.

To Bake taquitos:
Roll taquitos and place on a cookie sheet. Brush melted butter on the tops and sides of taquitos and place in a 450 degree oven for 12 minutes. You can also lower the temperature to 375 and cook for a longer period of time. Cook until they crisp up and turn golden brown.


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Corn Floats says:

Your skills are so worth learning!  Thank you!

Lori Mendenhall says:

I cook better text me give you my recepies I don't cook my like that heat tortillas on stove like Chile s

Lori Mendenhall says:

My mom should me hervreceipe on gorditas yummy

Lori Mendenhall says:

Who's this lady with flour tortillas she don't know how to cook

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What happen to.g mama lady love her cooking

r harris says:

has anyone ever done these in an air fryer? also can you use flour tortillas?

Mon Mac says:

💜Yum! Heard the crunch…had to smash the like button and subscribe.

Alex Martinez says:

I can honestly say, the best!! Video:) you explained it well, im about to make taquitos for dinner. I 😋🍴

Always In my heart says:

I don't use spices as much anymore. Instead, I use salsa that comes in a jar which has all the ingredients and I also use tomato sauce.


Thanks for the wonderful videos. I appreciate the taco seasoning. I am extremely sensitive to additives in food. I can only eat at a few restaurants. I can't wait to try these for Superbowl Sunday. Amy and Amani in MINNESOCOLD.

Yolanda Romero says:

Omgosh!! Looks very yummy I'm going to make these tonight.ROCKIN ROBIN ROCKS!!

Kat Nguyen says:

Thanks for sharing this taquito recipe.

DeAnna Mckinney says:

Great Job Robin

andrew beaudry says:

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