Taco Tuesday is always a must and I love adding a sweet element to my tacos! Sometimes I will add fruit and sometimes I add corn or a sweet slaw of some sort! It makes the tacos have a nice depth of flavor! Tacos can sometimes fall flat on flavor if you just add cheese and lettuce (not that they aren’t still delicious, but sometimes I like a change up). Tacos are so easy to switch up the flavors or experiment with different ideas! I LOVE DOING THAT! These flavors go together so well and create such a wonderful balance that is warm and inviting. These tacos will fill your home with a delicious smell that will last all night!
Equipment for this recipe:
- Cast Iron Skillet
- Cutting Board
Ingredients for this recipe:
- Purple Onion
- Green Pepper
- Chili Powder
- Sweet Corn
- Cotija Cheese
- Tortillas (I use almond flour tortillas from Siete)
- Hot Sauce (I use jalepeño hot sauce from Sieta)
To have a spicier taco, dice a second jalepeño and add in to the skillet with the chicken, onion, and green pepper while it is cooking! Also, add more hot sauce to your taco at the end!
To have a milder taco, omit the jalepeño from the corn salsa. Do not put hot sauce on your taco at the end or put a mild hot sauce on at the end.
To have a sweet taco, add pineapple or mango to the skillet with the chicken, onion, and green pepper while it is cooking! You could even add a pineapple salsa onto your taco at the end!