Disclosure: This is a sponsored post; however, all thoughts, opinions, and recipes are my own.
Traffic and road construction are a thing of my past.
Not for most though.
Not for my husband.
It’s 5:00 PM and you rush out your work building in hopes of getting home to see your family, then you hit rush hour traffic and it’s after 6:00 PM by the time you get home even later if you had to pick up kids from child care. Then, it’s another 30 minutes to an hour for dinner to get made and put on the table.
Homework? Bath time? Play time? How about no time?
That’s what I love about these tacos. They take ‘no time’ to make! It’s 5 ingredient tacos that can be prepped and on your table in less than 15 minutes with McCormick Seasonings!
All you need is FIVE ingredients including McCormick Taco Seasoning! Of course, you can always add additional toppings too like cheese or salsa if you want, but for the basis on five.
I have been trying hard to add meatless meals into our menu rotation and one way I do that is with Black Beans. I decided to use those in place of the meat in these tacos.
The key ingredient was the McCormick Taco Seasoning! I used the entire bag of seasoning and mixed it up with my rice to give that kick of taco goodness to our fiesta!
Don’t those look pretty? They tasted fabulous too! Even my husband loved them and he’s been hard to convert to meatless meal nights!
Pure goodness with McCormick Seasonings…you could even take it up a notch with some of their diced dried jalapeno!
Now this is the fun part!
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Happy Taco Night!
Black Beans & Rice Tacos with McCormick
- 2 Cups Rice Cooked
- 1 Package McCormick Taco Seasoning
- 1/2 Cup Cilantro Diced
- 1 Can Black Beans Drained
- 1 Box Corn Taco Shells
- Once you have cooked your rice, add in the taco seasoning and mix well.
- Then, heat up the corn taco shells based on the instructions on the package.
- Fill the shells with the beans (drained), rice, and top with cilantro.
- Optional: Serve with cheese, tomatoes, salsa, or guacamole.