We've all had fish tacos. It's not usually about the fish, it's about what you put in the taco with it. These are easy and every bit as good as fish tacos without, well, the fish! You say potato, I say potaco.
I have a gas stove in my home and I just put the flame on medium high, throw the corn tortilla right on the fire and flip it about every 5-8 seconds using tongs until it's sufficiently charred to your liking.
For the filling I used already baked potatoes cut into cubes, cooked beans that I reheated, cubed avocado, Engine 2 Salsa (or any that is oil free), and topped with a little n(o)il and no dairy sour cream. If you haven't tried my sour cream, my sister tried it for the first time this week and is now obsessed with it, it's that good!
You can serve them with fresh lime slices and chopped cilantro.
A little hint about potatoes. If you remember my blog about mashing the potato myth, you can eat lots of potatoes and they're incredibly good for you. I buy a 10 pound bag of potatoes and when I bake them, I'll bake about half the bag and keep them in the refrigerator to snack on or for quick lunch or dinner like these tacos. At $4.99 for 10 pounds there's a lot of bang for your buck!!!