Grandma's tacos were so delicious. Simple to make but unique in the fact that - she loved basil. I think I have told y'all this before. One time when we were all together after Grandma passed away, my mom tried to go back to her own way of making taco's. It nearly caused total anarchy. Dad and I had to do a little altering to bring back that flavor that reminds us of her.
These are easy to make and can be on the table in 15 minutes or so (depending on how many sides you plan to put with it.) When I need a quick fix for supper, I usually have everything in the pantry to make these.
One thing not pictured here on this taco that Grandma always had on hers - BANANA PEPPER RINGS! YUMMY - they are so perfect on her taco - with sour cream, cheese! Near perfection in my opinion. I substituted Joshua's Guacamole this time since I was out of the peppers.
The process is simple, so here you go:
Salt and Pepper real good
Add 1 Tablespoon of Minced Onion
Continually chop your hamburger so that it is broken up very well.
2 teaspoons of dried Basil
2 teaspoons of Garlic Powder
Stir well and cook on low until your shells are fried and sides are on the table!
We usually do a little of both types of shells Flour and Corn.
(FOR DESSERT) Fry the corn ones very hard and crispy (nearly burnt) and serve them with honey and salt - they are amazingly yummy this way!