Steak Tacos with Avocado Salsa

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Your family will love these simple steak tacos with avocado salsa! It's an easy recipe to duplicate for a crowd.

In our house Taco Tuesday can come any day of the week…..even more than one time per week. We love tacos here…..so much so that I am sharing one of our repeat dishes.

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Steak Tacos with Avocado Salsa

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We also regularly make fish tacos…..I'll be sharing those soon as well. They are so good and easy!

Gone are the days of a ready-made taco kit around here. Yes, that used to be our taco night. Ashlyn loves to experiment in the kitchen so we ditched the taco kit. I still love those, but our tacos are now made with whole foods and I am sure much healthier. We try to eat minimally processed foods. 

She loves to create dishes that you'd actually get out in a restaurant.

With her living at home with most of her Clemson classes being online, it's like we have our own personal chef. I'm sure not complaining. 


These 2 ribeyes made 12 tacos for our family of 4. You can use any kind of steak for these. I tend to just buy a sirloin. Ashlyn went to the grocery for me with the debit card and come home with these. LOL! I will say that they made great steak tacos. 


Dice all of the veggies!


We typically use this avocado slicer, but you can also cut your avocado like this with the skin on then scoop it out with a large spoon. We use this avocado tool daily. It makes cutting them so much safer!


Mix the veggies with salt and pepper to taste with the juice of one lime. It's so good!!!!


Grill your steak to your desired doneness. Let it rest a few minutes before thinly slicing. We put about 2-3 pieces of steak in each taco. Everyone adds the Spanish rice in their taco. I prefer it on the side. 


These taco stands are a new purchase from Amazon. Where have they been all my life? I wish I had had these when our kids were younger. They are great for assembling your tacos as well as serving. LOVE THEM!


The avocado salsa gives the salsa a nice crunch with the onion and radishes. 

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Quarter your second lime as a garnish to squeeze over your tacos. 



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Steak Tacos with Avocado Salsa

Yield: 12 Tacos


  • 1-1/2 pounds of preferred steak
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 1/4 cucumber diced
  • 1 avocado diced
  • 4 raddishes diced
  • 1/2 paplano pepper diced
  • 1/2 cup of sweet onion diced
  • 2 limes
  • 12 taco shells


  1. Pat meat dry with a paper towel
  2. Salt and pepper your steak to season
  3. Grill steak to desired doneness
  4. Let steak rest a few minutes before thinly slicing
  5. While steak is grilling, prepare the salsa.
  6. In a bowl lightly toss your cucumber, avocado, raddishes, pablano and diced onion, the juice of 1 lime, and salt & pepper to taste.
  7. Quarter your second lime as a garnish to sqeeze on tacos.
  8. Assembe tacos and enjoy.


We used ribeye steaks. This amount of meat made 12 tacos enough for our family of 4 to have 3 each with Spanish rice.

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  1. I agree with you on the mess! Cooking a Hello Fresh Meal definitely dirties up the stove and a lot more pans, bowls, and utensils than I typically use to make a meal, so I usually only get two meals every other week! We mainly did it since we weren’t eating out as much, and it was a good way for my college daughter to get some cooking experience when she was home more last year. Not the cheapest was to eat for sure, but nice change of pace once in a while. Thanks for clarifying on the tortillas! I thought maybe there was some new type of taco shells I wasn’t familiar with, lol!

  2. Pinned the recipe and it will be on our meal rotations! We keep thinly sliced steak and also avocados in the freezer. The taco stands are great. I think the one we have is the one you are showing.

  3. These look so yummy! We started getting Hello Fresh meals last year and many of them have salsa of some type made with diced veggies, lime juice and salt and pepper. So delicious! I’m curious, the recipe calls for taco shells, but the photos show what looks like tortillas. Or are these a type of flour taco shells? Thanks for sharing! Also want to add, I got the coral maxi dress from Belk and it’s so pretty! Considering getting the blue one as well! Have a great day!

    1. Thanks so much, Vicki! We’ve never tried Hello Fresh. Several years ago we another service. I can’t remember the name. I hated the amount of stove cooking which was so messy. Lol! The shells are soft taco shells…flour tortilla. We get them at Aldi. I’ll edit the recipe to say soft tacos. So glad you love the dress. It’s so comfortable and feminine. I just wore it this past Sunday to church.

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