Have a recipe to contribute? Add it to the Tacofancy Project on Github!

bellpepper with Potato Hash, garnished with Black Olives topped off with Sriracha Marinade and wrapped in delicious bad-ass tortillas

Permalink to this taco

Contributed by
bellpepper ======== A bellpepper is typically cut up and then tossed into a skillet or something else to heat it. Olive oil is nice. They can be grilled as well.
Contributed by Brian Mount, sinker
Potato Hash =================== * 6 or so small yukon gold poatoes * 4 green onion, chopped * 1/2 small can of green chiles * olive oil * coarse salt * 1/4t chili powder * dash cumin * 1/4t garlic powder * Nutrional yeast (optional) Peel and dice potatoes, throw in a pan with a 1/4 or so of water, cover and cook on medium-high until potatoes are soft. Once potatoes are soft, lower to medium heat add green onions, chiles, spices and olive oil. Cook until hash-like. BOOM. tags: vegetarian, vegan
Contributed by Brian Mount, sinker, Tim Murtaugh, Tim Murtaugh
Black Olives ========== Canned black olives add a sweet and cool meatiness to a traditional American taco. tags: vegetarian, vegan
Contributed by
Sriracha Marinade =================== Alone on a Saturday night, I put on Iron Maiden, cubed up a pork chop and whipped this marinade together: * 2-3 Tbs sriracha sauce * couple pinches of Mexican Oregano * good shake of smokey paprika * tsp or so of ground ancho chile * pinch of salt Get this coated nicely over everything before frying or grilling on high heat. tags: vegetarian, vegan
Contributed by sinker, Jeff Larson
bad-ass tortillas ===================== If you are making tacos, don't settle for corporate store bought tortillas. Make your own like a real person! First get a cast iron pan: ![](./pan.jpg) and then one of these bad-ass tortilla presses: ![](./tortillador.jpg) Buy your lard from a place like this: ![](./store.jpg) * 2 cups all purpose flour * 1/4 cup lard (cut into lil' pieces) * 1 teaspoon kosher salt * 2/3 tablespoon oil * 1/2 cup water (luke warm) Mix all ingredients together except oil and water. Drizzle oil over mixture and mix with hands. Add water and mix and knead again until doughy. Let chill for about an hour in plastic wrappers. Heat large cast iron skillet (or something more authentic if you've got it) over medium heat. Cut dough into about 12 pieces that are round. Use a proper tortilla press (or something more authentic if you've got it) to make 'em flat and then put on the skillet. Wait until the transparent parts turn opaque and flip em. Put cooked tortillas in a *dirty* cloth napkin to keep 'em warm. End recipe. Paz, amor, y dinero.