soft corn


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Noun1.soft corn - corn having kernels almost entirely of soft starchsoft corn - corn having kernels almost entirely of soft starch
field corn - corn grown primarily for animal feed or market grain
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Its speciality is its tacos and the soft corn tortillas are home-made on the premises, as are the chilli sauces, so that the menu changes every day.
500g swordfish steaks or other firm white fish, cut into 3cm cubes Zest of 2 limes and juice of 1, plus lime wedges to serve (save the other one for the salsa) 1 tbsp honey 1 tbsp olive oil 1 tsp garlic salt 1 tsp mild chilli powder 1 tsp ground cumin 1 tsp sugar Warmed soft corn tortillas, to serve Shredded white cabbage, to serve Sliced radishes, to serve Chipotle, Tabasco or other hot sauce
Each comes atop a circle of lovely, soft corn bread - thicker and spongier than some taco bases, these have depth of flavour and stand up well to all their various fillings.
Or you can make it into tacos by wrapping the meat in warmed, soft corn or flour tortillas and adding in whatever feels right: avocados, shredded cheese, a dollop of crme frache or sour cream, salsas of any kind, fresh cilantro leaves, pickled onions, fresh onions, chopped tomatoes, shredded zucchini.
They are made with halloumi, butternut squash and courgette and lightly coated in chilli jam glaze and served on three soft corn tortillas.
Alternatively, pile the fried chicken high on a soft corn tortilla with roquito peppers, spring onion and chives and serve drizzled with a smoky sour cream dressing.
There are many types of tacos in Mexico, but the most popular come with a home-made soft corn tortilla which provides a fail-safe solution to the messy problem because the wrap is so flexible you don't have to drop a bit of the contents!
These were dinky soft corn tacos filled with the slow cooked, melting beef at which the Koreans excel.
The tacos ($3.79) stick to tradition, with soft corn tortillas topped with proteins and cabbage and more pico de gallo, guacamole and queso.
This 283-page book has 200 recipes including Chorizo Seitan Sausages, Habenero-Melon-Papaya Salsa, Salvadorian Marinated Slaw, Sweet and Nutty Roasted Stuffed Plantains, Braised Brazilian Shredded Kale, Peruvian Potatoes with Spicy "Cheezy" Sauce, Homemade Soft Corn Tortillas, Black Bean-Sweet Potato Tamales, Corn-Crusted Pumpkin-Potato Empanadas ...