Guacamole is a versatile recipe that can be eaten alone like a dip, as a condiment with Mexican dishes or part of a salad. Pack already made or make fresh.
Taco in a Bag
Perfect for hearty single servings while camping, this is recipe for tacos in a bag is a popular meal among children and parents that don’t like doing dishes.
The concept is simple: an individual bag of chips, such as Fritos, Nacho Doritos, or similar, is topped with the ingredients of a taco. Such as meat, lettuce, tomatoes, cheese, guacamole, salsa, etc.
When it comes to the meat it can be as easy or as hard as you make it depending on the type of camping. A basic taco meat recipes works well, or I like to use a chili recipe. If really strapped for time or resources you can even used canned chili. Another twist could be leftover pulled pork.
1 four person serving of nacho meat or chili
1 tomato or equivalent amount of salsa
1/2 cup sour cream
1 cup shredded (grated) cheese
1/2 cup guacamole
4 individual bags of chips for nachos
Heat up the nacho meat or chili. Let cool slightly, remembering that it will be held in people’s hands.
Prepare and layout the toppings. Slice the lettuce, dice the tomato, place the salsa, sour cream, cheese, guacamole and similar in bowls. Then line up in the order that they would be added to the tacos.
Issue each guest with their bag of chips, then let themselves serve down the line of taco toppings!