Homemade {Food Truck} Tacos

Korean tacos from the Kogi truck were Jay’s Father’s Day wish a couple years ago.

We checked Twitter and met the truck in Westwood for some Korean BBQ tacos that were out of this world.

Thanks to Pinterest, we can now make them at home.

I followed this recipe for the meat.

For the slaw, I just used one package of cole slaw mix and mixed it with the first five ingredients of this recipe and added a little squeeze of Sriracha. Let it sit and marinate for a couple hours and then get ready to build your tacos!

I used just under 3 pounds of meat {lean chuck roast} and cooked on low for about 8 hours…

These were to-die-for.

The meat and slaw would also be excellent in slider form or just pile a little meat on top of some slaw and call it a salad.

We don’t need no stinkin’ expensive gourmet taco truck!


5 thoughts on “Homemade {Food Truck} Tacos”

  1. These look amazing. By the way, Trader Joe’s has a pre-packaged Korean BBQ meat and marinade in the meat section. I tried in a while back and it was pretty good. Probably not nearly as good as yours though.

  2. Thanks, Leah! They are so easy to make, but don’t taste like it! The crock pot is capable of all sorts of things! 😉 I think we have tried the TJ’s stuff, too. Love that place….how was the pancit? Trying the WW stuffed bell pepper soup this evening. Hav a good one!

  3. Hi Andrea! Thanks for stopping by….glad you’re going to try the Korean beef tacos! They are gourmet without all the fuss. 😉 Put that crock pot to work! I read that you’re from Seattle ~ one of my most favorite cities as my Dad lives over in Redmond and I have spent a lot of time there while visiting over the years. Love, love, love it! Next time I’m up there, maybe we can meet up for a cuppa joe! 😉 Look forward to poking around your blog a little more…..enjoy the rest of your weekend! XO

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