A Mini Steak Tacos Spread is a recipe using leftover steak and mini flour tortillas—the tacos come together in less than 15 minutes.

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Friends, it’s Taco Tuesday! Today I’m sharing my new go-to taco recipe, that is so simple, you won’t believe it. Easy Mini Steak Tacos Spread can be a grand idea served on a board or as a spread.

Easy Mini Steak Tacos Spread

Whether you’re celebrating Cinco de Mayo in May or just enjoying a hearty, healthy meal (like Taco Tuesday) with your family and friends in the summer–this recipe is EASY!

mini steak tacos on a plate

It’s a super hot day here in Bend, we’re supposed to get to 102 again today! We don’t have AC (many people don’t where we live!) but we’re still celebrating with tacos for dinner and sipping on a delicious fresh Sangria beverage. We hope you’re staying cool wherever you are!

mini steak tacos in flour tortillas

But first, did you know I updated my “About” page? You can check it out, here.

Steak tacos only take a few minutes to put together, and then to bake! You can use leftover steak, which I love to do. Feel free to sub out the mozzarella for another stringy option, stringy? or try using leftover chicken or pork!

mini tacos on plates with toppings

Ingredients for Mini Steak Tacos

In addition to tender, grilled steak, you could switch out the meat to just about anything! Grilled chicken, pulled pork, leftover roast beef, tilapia or salmon!

Looking for a good steak recipe? Try this Flank Steak with Cocoa Chili Rub.

3 min tacos

What do you serve with mini tacos?

Don’t forget the salsa verde or fresh peach salsa.

We also love this coconut water rice, and homemade refried pinto beans. You can also make Mexican Cauliflower Rice.

Need a fun dessert? How about these Mexican Wedding Cookies

I’ve worked hard to pull together a new “Reluctant Entertainer Manifesto.” I decided with the big board branding and my new book coming out, I wanted to have a little maxim that describes what I’m all about when it comes to hosting.

2 plates of mini tacos

The Reluctant Entertainer’s Manifesto

Our tables exist to serve people, not ourselves. It’s where hearts are heard and bodies are fed.
There is beauty in a “not perfect” board, because it’s about creating something lovely with what you already have in your fridge and pantry.
It’s a sacred calling to be watchful and purposeful about who gathers at our tables, even when it’s spontaneous.
Be generous in love.
Unique style means you have your own style, and you don’t compare it to others.
Uncomplicated hosting is a blessing to everyone.
The size of your house doesn’t dictate the size of your hospitality.
A board doesn’t have to be over-the-top; it just needs to be festive and delicious.
Our tables should be where we show up, take risks, and talk about real things in life.
The table is where our world expands and we listen and learn.

mini steak tacos

So today, invite some new people over, make a taco board, and enjoy getting to know your neighbors or friends just a little bit more!

mini tacos on plates with toppings
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Mini Steak Tacos

This is my go-to recipe for using up leftover steak—it comes together in less than 15 minutes! Feel free to sub out the mozzarella for another option, or try using leftover chicken or pork!
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  • 1-1 ½ lb steak, cut into bite-sized pieces
  • 12 mini flour tortillas
  • ¾ c mozzarella cheese
  • Salsa and other sides to serve


  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees and line a large baking sheet with parchment paper.
  • Lay down the tortillas so they are barely touching, and sprinkle 2 Tbsp of cheese onto the center of each. Divide the steak onto the tacos and place in the oven for 7-10 minutes, or until the steak is warm and the cheese is melted—don’t bake them too long or the tortillas will dry out.
  • Remove from the oven, fold in half, and serve hot with salsa, beans, and rice!
Cuisine: Mexican
Course: Main Course
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