I made these but substituted Trader Joe's brand Soyrizo and used bagged simply potatoes for the potatoes to make it quicker. We loved these. Served them with some spanish rice and pinto beans. Will be making again.
Made a few changes worth sharing - I substituted sweet potatoes for regular since that's what I had on hand and added guacamole. It was a delicious meal and in the future I would continue to make them with sweet potatoes as their sweetness balanced out the chorizo & salsa's spiciness.
Quick, easy, and very tasty. The kids loved them. The perfect recipe to have in your back pocket for the Saturday night TV snack.
I was going to post this recipe myself but seeing as how it was already posted I will review it instead. These are WONDERFUL taco's. I had no idea that chorizo, potato's & mushrooms even went together, but they do! I did cheat and used frozen grated potatoes, which I thawed, put in a towel, and squeezed excess water from. I froze the leftovers which lasted a couple weeks in the freezer and still tasted great when thawed & eaten.
Absolutely delicious! We added avocado to these and they were just sublime. Chorizo and potatoes are a marriage made in heaven!
Made these the other night for DH's dinner, and I must say, these were wonderful! Delicious, and super-easy to make, too! I was too lazy to rehydrate my dried shiitakes, so I just cut up a couple of portabella caps I had in my fridge begging to be used. I found that the added salt was unneccessary because the chorizo I used (Gaspar's Portuguese Hot Chourico) made the mixture salty enough by itself. Unfortunately, I was too short on time to make roasted tomatillo salsa this time around, so I served them with some Herdez 5 Chiles salsa instead. I know that DH will be asking for these again, so next time I'll have to try them with the correct salsa. Good Job, moobaby ;)! Thanks for posting! Made for PAC Spring 09