The Teriyaki Taco Tastes Good And Is Good For You!

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In South Florida, there are so many different opportunities to experience the finest beaches and the finest dining in the world. As of late, I have been doing a lot of both. Ever since moving to this city actually, that's really all I've been doing. All of the establishments here are so prestigious, yet surprisingly inexpensive. I have been enjoying the unique entrees that come out of these establishments for a long time, but nothing compares to the teriyaki taco. This is South Florida's new popular style taco, and of course, it is nothing short of phenomenal. This is seriously one for the books!

    I immediately took notice when I saw that they were preparing me three soft shell tacos. As far as portioning goes, South Florida knows that we like to get what we pay for. I left completely full and with a giant grin on my face. Three warm and soft tortillas? Count me in!

    Of course, the ingredient that makes this taco what it is is the sauce. And how can you go wrong with South Florida's pineapple teriyaki? I'm pretty sure it's near impossible. I discovered that the sauce was made that day, as it is is made fresh every day by the employees who are expert in that particular field. No wonder it tastes so delicious!

    However, the pineapple teriyaki is not what your taco should start off with. South Florida puts it on as one of the last ingredients so that it soaks up with the rest. So you should really begin with your options of protein. Among steak, chicken, chicken breast, and pork, there are two vegetarian options. The first is a savory black bean hummus that will drive all hummus fans crazy! The second consists of plain black beans and guacamole, which is also extremely tasty.

    No taco would be complete without vegetables. It's so easy to make your taco a healthy meal with the right selection of vegetables. The teriyaki starts the veggies off with cucumbers. I had never heard of putting cucumbers on a taco, but I'm so glad that I got a taste! The refreshment that it brought to the teriyaki taco was like no other.

    After that, you'll want to throw in some diced green onions. I was also unfamiliar with diced green onions on tacos, so this would be new to me too. I can always count on South Florida restaurants to show me tastes I've never encountered before! They're unique combinations are seriously off the map!

    The last ingredient out of the veggies section that you'll use for the teriyaki is pickled carrots. These pickled carrots were amazing and with the pineapple teriyaki sauce that trademarks this taco, I was blown out of the water. My three soft tortillas had quickly turned into a healthy and hearty meal before my eyes, and the taste was even better than the way it looked!

    Just when I thought that this taco couldn't get any better, South Florida surprised me yet again. Just before handing me my tacos, they sprinkled a few sesame seeds onto the top of each one. What an addition! I am such a fan of sesame seeds and I was so delighted with the way it accompanied the unique style of the taco!

The teriyaki taco is what you would expect from South Florida restaurants, but I just can't believe my taste buds every time I try a different entree. If only tacos everywhere were this delicious. South Florida just gets it!

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