It’s Sunday and that means Game Day and while I may not be much into sports, my husband is and he is getting Gavin more and more interested as the days go by. But to be perfectly honest, what he loves most about Game Day is the food!
Most of the time I make him my dad’s chili, which isn’t really traditional chili, it is what is known as Cincinnati Chili. I will have a recipe up very shortly so you can see for yourself what I mean. But this weekend, he wanted Texas Chili, the kind he used to eat back home in Galveston.
We ended up making both because truth be told, his Chili is super spicy and the kids and I are a little wimpy! And it made for a fun Saturday of cooking in order to enjoy a lazy Sunday of watching the game and enjoying the fruits of our labor.
We have always eaten our chili on tortillas, well I used to at least, but my family still does, but then I found these at Walmart and they love them. I have made bowls out of corn tortillas before but they prefer flour and I didn’t think this was an option and now I do thanks to Old El Paso.
So easy to fill and even easier to eat too and they are great for piling on the fixings. Which in their cases, was cheese, sour cream and green onions. I did try to dollop a daisy but I failed miserably, my dolloping skills are lacking but they devoured them so I must have done something right.
There are so many other options you can do here with these taco boats too:
- Favorite chili
- Shredded chicken, beef or pork
- Chunked or cubed chicken, beef or pork
- Grilled chicken, steak or pork strips
- Taco meat, ground chicken, turkey, beef or pork
- Eggs and chorizo
- Refried Beans
- Sour Cream
- Green Onions/Scallions
- Guacamole or just avacados
- Peppers, spicy or sweet