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  1. Sorry for the late reply guys. The Tacos turned out better than I had expected. Seemed as if I was fretting too much as everything was pretty much intact till the evening! I think I was a little too overzealous and added a bit too much water on top of the Guac as when I finally opened it, the bottom portion had become all watery, but thankfully the upper layer had some consistency left. I've attached a pic (she added the sourcream herself) . . Just that the taco shells seemed a little uncooked despite me blitzing them in the microwave for a lot more than what was asked
  2. I can still assemble them in the car upon reaching though right? Assembling all the filling in the Taco shell might make it soggy by time I reach, wouldn't it? heating the shells and the chicken filling just before you leave and then storing them in something that will keep them warm for transport is the way I would go I don't have a cooler, but I'll try to see if I have any airtight boxes I can use for this purpose. Cooking them tomorrow in the morning seems a bit more practical to me (I may be wrong) Guess I;ll just make everything in the morning.I have seen how
  3. Not really going to be a party due to strict lockdown rules here in India. We're planning on having them in the car 😂 Does that change anything?
  4. Hey guys, this is my first post here, so please be kind if this sounds a little stupid I am planning to make Tacos for my girlfriend for her birthday as she loves Tacos. We live about an hour away, so I will be carrying the Tacos with me in the car. I am going to make the Chicken filling, Salsa & Guacamole along with Lettuce base. I couldn't get any Tortilla wraps, but I did get those crunchy Taco Shells so I'm gonna have to make do with those. I have a few queries :- 1. How long will the Chicken, Salsa & Guac remain fresh? I mean I can cook them an
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