In honor of Tuesday, here’s a most recent list of takeout taco, burrito, enchilada and tostada kits ready for pick up or delivery to enjoy in your own home in and around Salt Lake City.
Mix up some margaritas, turn on some tunes and let these south-of-the-border specialties take you away to a place far from COVID-19—if only for dinnertime.
As always, each kit comes with all the ingredients and instructions you need to get a delicious and filling meal on the table fast and to rave reviews.
This new culinary concept from the Soberanis brothers is offering a build-your-own tostada kit serving 2, 4, 6, 8 or 10 people ($24-$119). Choose two proteins—boneless short rib, slow-roasted chicken, spicy shrimp or veggie guac—to layer on oven-baked tostadas with refried beans, spicy aioli, salsa verde, crema, cotija cheese, radishes, fresh guacamole and cilantro.
Pre-orders can be placed online at https://quarantinesurvivalkit.square.site/ for curbside pick up or delivery on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday or Saturday from 5-9 p.m.
All eight R&R BBQ locations rolled out a make-at-home brisket taco kit a few weeks ago and the award-winning tacos are as good at home as they were when Rod and Roger won their first Savory Salt Lake competition with them years ago. Warm up the chopped brisket, secret spice rub and BBQ sauce, layer with feta, cilantro and green tomatillo sauce on flour tortillas. Serves four for $29.99.
Take home some of the Quinonez family’s heritage by calling in for the Emergency Mexican Dinner Kit for five people—10 burritos, enchiladas or other item (must be all the same item) with rice, beans and chips and salsa for $30.
With six locations in Northern and Southern Utah and Idaho, Cafe Sabor is offering a great deal on the Family Burrito Survival Kit every Thursday. Four burritos for $26.99 or eight for $53.99, both are served with chips and salsa.
A relative newcomer in the City Creek area, Maize Tacos is serving up a taco tray filled with 12 tacos for $35. Choose from chicken, asada and the fantastic pastor served on handmade corn tortillas. Customize your tacos or build them “con todo” (with everything), piled with guacamole, onion, cilantro and salsa. Rice, beans and one salsa are included.
Harbor Seafood & Steak
As part of Harbor’s take and bake specials, pre-order their spicy chicken enchiladas designed to feed 3-4 people for $30. Filled with roasted chicken and tomato, then topped with morita and guajillo chile sauce, jack cheese and sour cream for a dinner to remember.
T27 locations opened up for takeout last week and along with favorites from their menu (see butter leaf lettuce salad!) you can also order a taco bar to feed the whole family for $120. Get 20 tacos filled with chicken, pork or mushroom and veggie; choice of corn or flour tortillas and black or pinto beans; rice; and lettuce, cheese, sour cream and salsa. Order requires 24-hour notice.
In downtown, look to Chile-Tepin for a fun family feast in the form of owner Carlos Rodriguez’s now-famous molcajete and paradilla. Both come with your choice of flour or corn tortillas. The molcajete includes grilled steak, chicken, shrimp, nopales (cactus) and sticks of queso fresco simmering in green tomatillo sauce and topped with charred jalapeños and onion. Sides of rice and smoky beans can feed two if not three adults.