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These were AMAZE. I devoured them within minutes of plating them... But of course, me being me, I added my own touches: 1) I made a nice slaw to go with, for added color (as my plates are not as colorful as the ones in the main picture for this recipe) and honestly it goes well with any taco or tostada recipe... red cabbage, sliced radishes, cilantro + juice of 1 lime & 1 tablespoon-ish brown sugar... usually I add siracha, 2 or so garlic cloves, cumin, coriander, etc to this slaw—but as the main dish was already anticipated to be pretty spicy, I stopped at the brown sugar. Serve on top of the tacos or on the side. 2) Lime-sour cream to top it all off. Again, this goes well with any taco recipe; simply take juice of 1 lime and add sour cream and fresh cracked pepper. Add as much as you want to get it to a consistency you like... this makes a really delightfully creamy appeal to counter the spiciness.
This was great! We made this with pork butt and chorizo because my daughter doesn't like the texture of ground meat, I'm glad I did because it would have been too spicy. We also added cheese because cheese.
The second time I made this I cooked everything together in an instapot and added black beans and it was the bomb!
These are totally authentic except one thing: the heat is about twice what I typically experience in NY, Brooklyn, and Queens. I reduced the peppers in adobo to 1/4 of the recommended amount, and they are totally perfect!!!
I loved this recipe! It was fast to make and very tasty. I wanted to stretch the recipe so added 8 oz of ground sirloin to 14 oz of chorizo. It wasn't too spicy with the added hamburger, in fact I'd probably add less hamburger next time to keep it spicy. Really liked the tortillas fried in chorizo fat! Also added pepperjack cheese. Definitely will make it again.