Uniquely Paired Tacos Mango and Flank Steak Tacos

Uniquely Paired Tacos Mango and Flank Steak Tacos

When it comes to kids and tacos in our home, we can’t get enough. While I will make turkey tacos a lot, (you know the kind ground meat, taco seasoning and hard tacos) I like to mix things up for our family, especially the adults. With a little pre-planning you can make these amazing Mango and Flank Steak Tacos.

Mango and Flank Steak Tacos

I am not talking days in advance preparation for this recipe, really only making sure you have ripe mangos and marinating your flank steak or flat iron steak at least a few hours before dinner. For this recipe I ended up marinating our steak in Stubbs Steak marinade about 24 hours. (makes for a happy steak!)

Mango steak tacos

Being that it was too cold to grill outside, even for this Chicago Native, I pulled out our grill pan and quickly grilled the steak. What I love about flank steak is the short cooking time and affordability. You can have a “steak dinner” any day of the week.

Mango and Flank Steak Tacos

Since I was grilling inside I thought I would toast up the Corn tortillas on the gas cook top. Do not walk away while doing this or you will end up in smoke and flames! I think it gives them a little extra flavor.


Steak and onions compliment each other so well, I also grilled up a little red onion for those interested. I served guacamole, thinly sliced mango, sour cream, cheese and tomato with the thinly sliced Stubbs Marinated steak.


HEATNESS WARNING: My kids don’t mind spicy food, they did ask for a lot of milk that night but loved the flavor. The Stubbs steak marinade does have a little kick to it but in my opinion makes a great steak taco!

flank steak and mango tacos

Mango and Flank Steak Tacos Recipe

  • 2 lb flank steak or flat iron steak
  • Stubbs Beef Marinade ( about 1/2 bottle)
  • Corn or flour tortillas, taco size
  • Mango, thinly sliced
  • Red Onion (optional)
  • Guacamole
  • Shredded cheese
  • Tomatoes
  1. Marinate a flank steak in Stubbs Beef Marinade at least 4 hours or preferably overnight
  2. Grill until preferred doness, about 5 mins per side for medium rare
  3. Allow to rest for 5 to 10 minutes, covered in tin foil.
  4. Slice thinly against the grain
  5. Fill corn tortillas with sliced mango, and other ingredients.


  1. Looks so delicious! I am going top try this recipe

  2. Looks a little different, but something different worth trying!

  3. Yum, these look so good! Pretty healthy too!

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