From Mexico’s tradition of “you can turn just about anything into a taco filling” comes this simple and flavorful chicken salad taco. But this isn’t just any chicken salad. Combine meat from a rotisserie chicken, red skin potatoes, avocado, romaine tossed in a tingling chipotle vinaigrette and you’ve got a cool filling for warm tortillas.
Fried Tacos. Using both corn and flour tortillas and a savory and tomato spiced ground beef mixture. These are a wonderful version of tacos.
For these unique tacos I flavored ground beef with Ancho Chile powder and Chipotle Tabasco Sauce. The black beans are simply tossed with lime juice, salt and pepper. Just add slices of avocado, tomato, a squeeze of lime juice, the crowing glory, Red Chile Buttermilk Ranch Dressing.
A Margarita Fish Taco recipe led me to dive into the Internet waters for a search for fish tacos that use tequila and lime for the ingredients. Whether it’s a rub, a marinade or added to sour cream for a topping, tequila and lime are a great combo for a taco.
Once upon a time there was a Bronco team in the playoffs. Last Saturday the Baltimore Ravens came to town to play the Denver Broncos in an AFC playoff game. The high temperature at game time registered 16 degrees and continued to fall during the afternoon. But the arctic air couldn’t freeze the charge that electrified
Pork roast that’s been sprinkled with a chile-lime seasoning, slow roasted, shredded and then tossed in a spicy orange tomato sauce.
It seems like Tacos al Pastor are everywhere lately…my favorite little taco joint here in Denver has them on the menu…Rick Bayless sent over a recipe via his newsletter…Food and Wine Magazine talked about them in their taco truck article…Gourmet Magazine referenced another Denver Mexican restaurant with Tacos al Pastor as a “must order”. So it
Breakfast Tacos with Chorizo, potatoes and eggs. Wake up and enjoy a little ‘ole in the morning. Tacos just aren’t for dinner. Why not make breakfast tacos. I am taco-crazy and need to warn you that there are more taco posts on the way…