hey there! This is one of my favorite posts to date so I'm so glad you are here checking it out! This month I've partnered up withLa Victoria Brand to celebrate their 100th anniversary, that's right, 100 years! How cool is that?! To celebrate they are doing pop-up dinners with tacos unique to that cities style, so be sure to check out the link above to see if they are coming to a city near you! These duck tacos were the special 100 year San Francisco edition and now that they have hosted their bay area dinner it's time to share the west coast style recipe off. You know the saying if you've got it, flaunt it? Well these tacos got it, and at the risk of sounding totally cheesy, they deserve to flaunt it. You go, La Victoria. I mean just look at that salsa! I'm so excited to share the recipe with you because not only were they outstanding and like really pretty, but they were super easy to make and will help you impress whoever you're cooking for. I mean, I was even proud of myself on these ones, like looked at them after and thought to myself "wow, I made those?!" Damn right I did. Now it's your turn, yes you... have fun and enjoy!
Do not let the amount of ingredients scare you, a lot of it is stuff you may already have and the outcome is so worth it!
Hint: If your typical grocery store does not have duck confit, try Whole Foods who typically has it!
Note, I used LA VICTORIA Salsa Verde as my local store was out of Cilantro Mild, but that is the recommended salsa!
Don't forget to check out more about La Victoria's 100th anniversary celebration, to do so click here!