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Bulgar Black Bean Filling with Potato Hash, garnished with Lime topped off with Sriracha Marinade and wrapped in delicious Hard Corn Shells (Traditional; US)

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Contributed by sinker, Javaun Moradi
Bulgar Black Bean Filling ========================= This is a quick and easy vegetarian substitute for a ground beef-like texture without using a soy substitute. * 1 cup cooked, strained bulgar * 1/3 cup cooked black beans (or canned), rinsed and strained. Mix bulgar and black beans together. For better texture, slightly mash the black beans. Add your choice of seasonings to taste and serve. tags: vegetarian, vegan
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
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# Lime Cut a lime into quarters or eights and squeeze juice onto any taco. *You may omit this ingredient when limes are out of season.* tags: vegetarian, vegan
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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 Brian Mount, sinker, Tim Murtaugh, Tim Murtaugh
Hard Corn Shells (Traditional; US) ====================== Mistakenly thought by many to be traditionally Mexican, hard shells were actually popularized in the US in the mid-20th century. While they can certainly be made at home (if you have access to a deep-fryer), the best method of obtaining hard taco shells is to head to the grocery store. If you line them with a lettuce leaf rather than using chopped lettuce, when the shell cracks you won't lose the contents into your lap. tags: vegetarian