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You can make tortijas (Ecudorean MIL's recipe), combine the mashed potatoes with goya (yellow) seasoning, spring onions and when you form the pancakes (they shoud be about 1 inch thick) put shredded mozarella cheese in the middle (similar to how you would put cheese in a burger). Just be sure to cover the cheese with the potato, then fry in a skillet with olive oil, take off the heat when golden brown on both sides....awesome with eggs, steak or anything really....hope this is helpful....
Damn, that sounds good.
 

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Toasted, Brownberry oatnut, bread
Butter lettuce
Campari tomatoes
Olive oil mayo
Thick cut bacon
 

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Blackened sac-a-lait and shrimp tacos...

AWESOME stuff.
I had it in my head that the shrimp and fish were in the same taco. Those look great - also a fan of beans (usually black, here) on tacos.

More info about the green sauce on the right, please.
 

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I had it in my head that the shrimp and fish were in the same taco. Those look great - also a fan of beans (usually black, here) on tacos.

More info about the green sauce on the right, please.
If I had to guess I'm going with pesto aioli. I don't know how I came up with that but it's what popped into my head.
 

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Okay, I'll break down the details:

  • Fish (sacalait, perch and catfish) and shrimp (La) weren't 'today fresh', but were recently caught....
  • I also blackened some fresh, sliced button mushrooms... they were awesome as well. Maybe a few of them made it into the taco, but they work great as a side to nibble on...
  • K Paul's Seafood magic with a few added sprinkles of cayenne
  • Tortillas and guacamole are made fresh daily at HEB. Just before we're ready to eat, I'll throw the tortillas on the grill for a couple minutes to heat and 'toast' them a bit.
  • Homemade pico de gallo... made fresh... tomatoes, cilantro, onion, jalapenos and lime juice
  • Sierra (?) charro beans...from a can.... BUT, very good. They're now on the "never run out of" list along with Steen's, ketchup and beer. Sometimes we do black beans.
  • Asian salad (HEB product). A very nice crispy mix of rather finely cut cabbage, kale, celery, carrot and cilantro
  • Green sauce (yeah, that's the official name my kids gave it). Buzd nailed it.. jalapeno, ranch, cilantro, green salsa. There's no recipe, I just throw it all in the blender until it looks good. Also works great as a chip dip, stays good in the fridge for days.
  • And the Dixie was imported from La a couple of weeks ago... I REALLY like the 'new to me' Voodoo IPAs...
 

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You can make tortijas (Ecudorean MIL's recipe), combine the mashed potatoes with goya (yellow) seasoning, spring onions and when you form the pancakes (they shoud be about 1 inch thick) put shredded mozarella cheese in the middle (similar to how you would put cheese in a burger). Just be sure to cover the cheese with the potato, then fry in a skillet with olive oil, take off the heat when golden brown on both sides....awesome with eggs, steak or anything really....hope this is helpful....
Those are called Llapingachos
 

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