This combination of sour cream and lime is to die for (if you like limes lol). I use it instead of plain sour cream in lots of recipes, and have changed it to tangerine, lemon or other citrus fruits as well. 3 recipes on zaar use it, but it deserves its own spot as a condiment in its own right
Much quicker than you would think to prepare and absolutely delicious. If you like fajitas or steak tacos these are for you Kerry Simon is the chef of the Hard Rock Cafe in Las Vegas, recipe from an interview in esquire. Not nearly as complicated or time consuming as the list of ingredients looks at first and the salsa, crema and guac can be made a couple of hours ahead. I have used the lime crema for years on chili before I ever tried this recipe for tacos; will publish it separately as well (Recipe #239431). Once I discovered the crema I never went back to regular sour cream with Tex-Mex or Mexican dishes.
The use of fried garlic in this makes it different and garlic lovers should love it. Her suggestion of substituting fish sounds good too. Haven't tried it yet but had to post it for safekeeping From the Austin restaurant.
Shrimp dish based on a mojito drink at Boulevard Gourmet's restaurant. I will admit I cheated and tossed the shrimp for 3 minutes after marinading into the grill basket. I'm chicken of ceviches :D
Made it once, was drinking mojitos when I ate it, not sure if my judgement is accurate *hic* :) It did taste great though! Time includes marinade>
This is an authentic 40 year-old recipe, and the filling will not taste the same as fast food style chimichangas. The only thing Americanized here is that the chimichangas are baked instead of fried. Caution: If you use leanest ground beef, the filling will seem dry. Serve lots of lettuce, tomatoes and other garnishes listed below with each chimichanga - they are important to this dish's all around flavors and textures.