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So, you fancy yourself a grill master, huh? Well, get ready to take your outdoor cooking game to the next level with this beef taco recipe remix. Forget the same old boring tacos - we're spicing things up with some wood-fired flavor!


What's Cookin'?

First things first, start a fire in the fire pit. We recommend cooking with our Grill & Chill logs as they are specially selected species ensuring consistency and high levels of heat output. Simply place one of our KindleFlamers between two logs and light. Once going, place a few more logs on top, making sure to keep them at an angle to ensure sufficient airflow.

cooking fuel

Preparation is key!

Prepare the ingredients. Crush the garlic, chop the onions and measure out the spices. Pour enough oil to cover the base of your skillet and let it heat up on the firepit.

Add the onions and let them fry until golden brown. Add mince and let brown. This should be quite quick if your fire is hot so after a couple of minutes add the spices, garlic, tomato puree, soy sauce, Worcester sauce, and Bay Tree Tomato & Caramelized Onion Chutney. 

Let cook for roughly 5-10 minutes, whilst continue to stir. You can add some water at this stage if you want to cook your mince further to stop it from burning but you will notice the meat cooking much quicker on a wood fire than on a traditional hob so may not need to add any.

cooking onions on firepit

Assembly Required

Now comes the fun part - assembling your tacos! Grab a tortilla, load it up with that delicious wood-fired beef, and pile on the toppings. Don't be shy - the more, the merrier! Fold that bad boy up, take a big bite, and savor the flavor explosion in your mouth. Mmm, now that's what we call a taco!

Wrap It Up

And there you have it, folks - a beef taco recipe that's anything but ordinary. With a little wood-fired magic, you can take your outdoor cooking game to new heights. So fire up that grill, gather your friends and family, and get ready to impress with these mouthwatering tacos. Who knew cooking on wood could be so darn delicious?