I picked a few Anaheim chiles from The Potted Kitchen Garden. I was thinking tacos…
I roasted the chiles over a flame until charred, then skinned, deseeded, and diced the chiles.
I cut the kernels off a fresh ear of sweet corn and roasted them in a pan.
I cubed two potatoes and boiled them until al dente in salted water with 2 fresh bay leaves, 2 whole garlic cloves, and 6 whole black peppercorns, then drained them and removed the peppercorns and bay leaves.
I made 8 small corn tortillas.
I heated a large cast iron pan over medium heat, added a good knob of butter, and softened a diced onion. I then added the potatoes to the pan and let them cook with the onions for a few minutes.
The diced chiles and roasted corn were added and I let them get happy with the potatoes and onions before I tasted for salt and pepper, then removed from the heat and mixed through a healthy tablespoon of crème fraîche.
The tacos were served with a chipotle crema and crumbled feta.
Chili lime fish tacos with home-made corn tortillas, pickled red onion, diced brown onion, coriander, and lime with a side of Spanish rice.
Fresh made corn tortillas. I was actually able to get some of the tortillas to puff up, a good sign of a happy tortilla.
The fish fillets were marinated for 10 minutes in a combination of oil, chili powder, toasted ground cumin, lime zest, the juice of one lime, salt, and pepper and pan fried.
Taco plate up!