By Shea Suzer
Since this is the beginning of the summer, I decided I had to take a trip somewhere. So it was decided that I would pack my bags, but just before I left, I had to do one last thing. I knew I would be gone for a few weeks and I had just realized how utterly desperate I was going to be without my beloved South Florida dining. I have really grown so fond of the quality that goes into the South Florida’s ingredients, I must say I’m a near addict. I went with something new on the menu, the steak Mexican taco. I was pleasantly surprised to find that this was more than just another style of taco, this was something really special. I could never imagine such an authentic and at the same time completely original take on a taco, but South Florida shocks me yet again.
Another really wonderful thing about Wellington cuisine is their attentiveness to their customers. Whether you’re vegetarian, vegan, or on a health kick, your wants and needs will be met! Absolutely every component of these genuinely fabulous entrees will have you melting in your seat. I swear, nobody at the table will be talking during this main course. You can decide whether you want to sit down and eat at one of South Florida’s many fine restaurants or order your food to go and eat in the comfort of your own house.
Regardless of your eating choices, you’ll need to get some sort of protein. Luckily protein comes in all sorts of different foods, including beans! South Florida’s beans are really some of the greatest, you’ve got to try them. The black beans that I dined on were extravagant and like none I’ve ever tasted before. And as if it couldn’t get any better, I was introduced to a rare black bean hummus! The soft texture did everything to up the taste value on the incredible mexican taco.
Once you’re finished with the beans, you have even more protein options available. If you don’t eat meat, your protein journey ends here, though I think you’ll be happily content with your taco. Among the meat choices are chicken, chicken breast, steak, and pork. The chicken breast is the most opportune for those looking to keep their taco healthy. If you’re a fan of organic products, then you should know that many South Florida restaurants carry organic beef!
After all the proteins done with, they’ll slide your three soft shell tortillas down on to the veggie and sauce station. This is where the variety takes new shape! I mean, the choices that are administered by South Florida are really incontestable. They’ll start with sour cream, which I would have to say really brings a much needed flavor and texture to the mexican taco. It’s almost impossible to go wrong with sour cream one of these incredible tacos!
Just after the sour cream, you’ll need to pick a cheese to add to your taco. For the mexican taco, it’s probably impossible to go wrong with South Florida’s cheddar cheese. The texture alone was enough to sell me, and in combination with the other local and unique ingredients, I could never have passed it up!
Then you’ll want to go with the crisp, fresh lettuce that South Florida has to offer. It is always such a disappointment spoiled lettuce spoils your meal, and I was more than happy to find out that I wasn’t going to feel this disappointment. What a simple, complimentary ingredient! Who could ever imagine a taco tasting this good?
As you arrive to the end of your mexican taco journey, you need to signature your taco with one of South Florida’s freshly made sauces. Among so many, the one recommended for the mexican taco is mild or hot salsa. The fact that these options are available is incredible, seeing as how I don’t know how spicy I will want a particular entree. This time I went with hot, and I was quite impressed.
All in all, the Mexican Taco ended up coming out looking like a one-in-a-million main course. I’ve never seen such great wheat burrito anywhere else! I guess you can count on Florida cuisine to change your perspective on things!
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