The bodega just steps away from our house sells packs of corn tortillas for a ridiculously low price, so whenever I get in the mood for some tex-mex-type food, I stop by and pick some up. The problem is that each pack contains like 6 million tortillas, and there are only so many taco nights I can put up with in the pursuit of using them up. I mean, I've also used them for enchiladas and daiya quesadillas, and even filled them with chocolate chips for dessert once, but you get tired of the same flavors all the time. And still, 50 unused tortillas greet me every time I open my fridge.
So I was psyched when I saw a recipe for Miso-Maple Sweet Potato Tacos with Coconut-Cilantro Sauce on the Kitchn. The combination of flavors is one I would never go for on my own, and it is a refreshing twist on taco night!
We garnished with avocado, pepitas, more cilantro, and lime juice. This recipe is definitely going to make it into the weeknight rotation.
Now that I've found another delicious use for the tortillas, I think I'm ready to graduate up to the large packs of GORDITAS at the bodega. But guys, what can I do with gorditas? I need suggestions!