My Procedure: Ground Beef Tacos

Tacos have always been my favorite food. It Became my favorite food when i was 10. My mother made it for me for the first time and I loved them so much I ate about 11 tacos and I still wanted more. I think Tacos can also be healthy in many ways. You can put anything in tacos such as, fish, chicken, vegetables and etc.  It’s a quick meal that can fill you up. Everyone will be satisfied with this snack because they can put anything they want in it.



Ground Beef

Diced Tomatoes


Sour Cream

Taco Sauce

Shredded Cheese

Taco Shells or Soft Tacos



Garlic Salt

Seasoning Salt

Materials Needed






The Ingredients needed.




Cook your meat first.

Cook your meat first.

Add salt, pepper, seasoning salt and garlic salt. Cook your meat first because it takes longer to cook.  It’ll be easier to make it first because when all of your steps are done you’ll ready to make your taco.


 Cutting & Dicing


Cut & Dice!

Cut & Dice!

Cut up your lettuce and dice your tomatoes.  When you finish cutting and dicing you can prepare to get your taco shells.


Finished Product!


Finished Product!

Finished Product!

Now you’ll have delicious tacos to fill your belly.

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One Response to “My Procedure: Ground Beef Tacos”

  1. Mr. Clements
    Mr. Clements
    January 15, 2014 at 1:40 pm #


    5: Headers formatted correctly: 4 (unnecessary spacing above some headers – delete unnecessary space)
    5: quality: 2 (run on sentence in intro; subject/antecedent issue with first two sentences; unnecessary capitalization “Tacos have always been my favorite food. It [should be they] Became [shouldn't be capitalized] my favorite food when i [should be capitalized] was 10. My mother made it [should be them] for me for the first time [comp sentence - needs comma] and I loved them so much I ate about 11 tacos [a third independent clause begins here =run on] and I still wanted more.” You don’t say how to cook the meat – temp, stirrings. You don’t explain how to cook or prepare the taco shells (they need to be baked)
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