When we were in Sayulita last week on vacation, we ate at the most amazing little taco stand, Naty’s Cocina. Honestly I am still dreaming about it. They are family owned, only open from 9-2 daily, chock full of locals (always a good sign) and only serve a daily variety of tacos de guisados, which are warm and hearty tacos stuffed with stewed meat or vegetables. Better yet, they only charge 10 pesos (under $1!!) per taco. Let’s just say we ate their multiple mornings.
Since returning I have been seriously craving these tacos, especially the Rajas Con Queso a stewed blend of poblano peppers, onions, corn, and cheese. So it was time to try and create it at home. To my surprise they are actually quite easy to make and much healthier than I would have guessed.
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