Hmm.. looking for something delicious that includes tortillas? Some spicy vegetable mix snack? Then the prime rib tacos are something you should try. It is loved as it is easy to make as well as can be mixed with some lime juice, cilantro, queso fresco, salsa, avocado slices, etc.
You can always store the prime rib tacos and reheat them to take up their slices any time of the day. These are especially popular during the holiday months like Christmas and Thanksgiving. There are many flavors to add to it for example you can add crumbly queso fresco, make it creamy avocado mix, or add some salsa prepared at home, etc.
Prime rib tacos are pricey to buy if you are planning to buy them from a store so I will suggest you get them ready at home. I will be sharing my recipe for prime rib tacos which is as amazing as the restaurant-prepared prime rib tacos!
HOW MUCH PRIME RIB PER TACO
The quantity of how much prime rib I put in one taco depends on the size of my prime ribs. If I am cute the pieces are small then I use 3 to 4 pieces per taco but if I choose a thick slice then one prime rib is enough per taco. So it depends on you.
HOW TO MAKE THESE TACOS
To make this delicious meaty taco, I have shared easy-to-understand steps below:
- First, you need to buy tortillas and then add them to a plate where they lie open and wide.
- Then I take out the prime rib and dice it into pieces to add to these tortillas.
- I then make salsa at home and then add it along with other toppings.
- The topping that I add includes a little bit of lime juice, fresh cilantro leaves, a bit of queso fresco, and avocado slices.
I like to experiment with my toppings on prime rib tacos depending on my mood so it is okay if you try different taco toppings. It's always nice to experiment with tacos!
THE BEST CHRISTMAS PRIME RIB TACOS
These are the best holiday treats for occasions like Christmas or Thanksgiving as they are ready to be stored and used any time of the week. Since holidays are busy and it is hard to prepare delicious meals at once so I make these prime rib tacos before the holidays and then enjoy them with family later. Even if there is some prime rib taco left over, it can be stored again and then used the next day.
MORE TASTY TACO RECIPES
If you wish to make more tacos and try different ingredients then I will suggest a few amazing recipes that you can follow. Keep reading to find out:
You can try the:
- Grilled Fish Tacos
- Shrimp Tacos
- Carne Asada Tacos
- Carnitas Tacos
In conclusion, Prime rib tacos are a heavenly method for partaking in any extra prime rib. Simply dice up the meat and heap it on tortillas with avocado cuts, salsa, queso fresco, cilantro, and lime juice or other toppings of your choice. These simple tips and tricks that I have shared above will surely get you the best prime rib tacos that you will never want to try any restaurant tacos anymore. So are you planning on trying this recipe, let me in on how it ended up! I'd very much want to hear your thought process in the comments beneath.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Does prime rib shred?
- Yes you can shred the prime rib. To get Prime rib tacos rolling, shred your extra prime rib or cut it into little pieces. I normally utilize two forks to pull separated the meat admirably well and cleave any bigger parts depending on the situation.
Q. Is prime rib beef?
- Prime ribs are taken from the prime section of the beef and they are nine in number. So you can say that it is beef.
Q. Why is prime rib cheaper?
- Prime ribs are cheaper because they are easy to prepare than preparing specific portions of meat. This is why you would find that at restaurants the prime ribs are much less priced.
Q. Can you make prime rib tacos at home?
- Yes, prime rib tacos are the easiest to make at home and I have shared a simple prime rib tacos recipe in this article.
PRIME RIB TACOS
- 2 tortillas
- 1 slice prime rib roast, warmed
- ½ avocado, sliced
- 2 tablespoons salsa
- 3 tablespoons queso fresco
- 2 tablespoons fresh cilantro leaves
- ½ lime, sliced
- Reheat your leftover prime rib in the microwave, until warmed through. Then dice it up.
- Lay the tortilla flat on a plate and pile it with diced up prime rib, avocado slices, salsa, and queso fresco.
- Sprinkle on cilantro leaves, and lime juice. Then enjoy!
- You can always double or triple this recipe to make more tacos. And if you do, you'll likely be the most popular person at your next Taco Tuesday!