I am making grilled shrimp tacos, so I thought I would grill some corn to make a grilled corn salsa to go with it. Wife Jan really likes corn salsa and when she logged it into the Noom app after dinner, so does Noom. Everything in the salsa was a “green” food.
Tag Archives: salsa
Karl’s Grilled Corn Salsa
Filed under Side Dishes, Vegetables, Vegetarian
Karl’s Fish Tacos with Fruit Salsa
One of wife Jan’s Noom recipes was Marinated Red Snapper with Fruit Salsa and, of course, I took exception to their take on the recipe. I personally think that bananas do not belong in any salsa or that—in a recipe which is supposed to limit sugar as much as possible—it needs all that brown sugar. However, it did give me an idea for new take on my fish tacos.
Filed under Fish, Main Dishes
Karl’s Corn and Mango Salsa
I am making Indian tacos this weekend and daughter Miriam cannot eat most of the salsas I am planning to make to top these Native American treats. Miriam is currently “off” garlic, onions, and chilies—which means I need a salsa that does not include any of these. Corn and mango came to mind and I went to work with that idea.
Filed under California Fusion
Karl’s al Pastor Taco Salad with Hot-Pan Salsa
I had bought meat to make tacos al pastor for dinner, but Jan said wanted something lighter—code word “salad.” A few weeks ago, I made a chicken taco salad that was a raging success, a dish sure to become a regular family meal. However, it doesn’t always have to be exactly the same, I thought about trying that as an al pastor taco salad.
Filed under California Fusion, Main Dishes, Pork, Salads, Vegetables
Karl’s Fish Taco Salad
Jan was gifted with two small heirloom tomatoes and a large ripe avocado. She requested a dinner with salsa and guacamole. I have gotten a bit tired of fish wrapped in a taco shell, so I thought I would turn it into a salad.
Filed under California Fusion, Fish, Main Dishes, Salads, Seafood
Karl’s Middle Eastern Tacos
As a Californian, I like to do mash-ups—taking the ingredients of one culture and the cooking techniques of another to create something new. Jan wanted taco’s, but I was growing of the same old, beef, pork, chicken or fish with the usual Mexican spices and salsas. I decided to take kubideh and make something different with it.
Filed under Beef, California Fusion, Lamb, Main Dishes, Sauces and Spices, Stir-fry
Karl’s Corn Salsa
Fish tacos have become a weekday meal at our house. If I do not have a lot of time, they can be simply topped with some cilantro, guacamole, and diced onion. If I have more time, I will make pickled red cabbage and a salsa to go with the fish.
Filed under California Fusion, Fish, Sauces and Spices, Seafood
Karl’s Santa Maria Style Salsa
Santa Maria style salsa is a necessary accompaniment to Santa Maria barbecue. I, of course, could not make it exactly as they do in Santa Maria.
Filed under Side Dishes, Vegan, Vegetables, Vegetarian
Karl’s Salsa de Seville
I am making mojo carne asada tacos and I wanted a salsa that would match well with the Seville sour oranges. It seemed logical to replace the usual lime juice or lemon juice with Seville orange juice. It turned out to be a good choice.
Filed under Side Dishes, Uncategorized, Vegan, Vegetables, Vegetarian
Karl’s Tacos de Lengua (Beef Tongue)
Jan and Eilene are off in England for a conference so I decided to make beef tongue. A three pound tongue is a lot for one person to eat, so I am going to make as many variations as I have the tongue and the stomach for. Last night it was simple sliced tongue with mustard. Tonight it is Beef Tongue Tacos.
Filed under Beef, Main Dishes