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