Blackened chick’n, tomatoes, potatoes, poblano chiles, and quinoa with a tangy adobo sauce
Short history: The blackening process was invented and perfected by Chef Paul Prudhomme, at K-Paul’s in New Orleans. Though Chef Prudhomme is steeped in Louisiana tradition, he actually introduced the process less than 30 years ago. Blackening quickly caught on, however, and is now enjoyed all over the world. Redfish was the first dish to be blackened, but this versatile process has since been applied to a wide variety of foods.
“Easter Egg” for St. Patrick’s Day Week: Precursors to modern rap include the West African griot tradition, certain vocal styles of blues, jazz, 1960s African-American poetry, and Sprechgesang…If you answer on the survey the secret code of TVTRAP this week, you will be in a drawing for a discounted subscription payment… The modern use of rap in popular music originated in the Bronx, New York City in the 1970s, alongside the hip hop genre and cultural movement. Rapping developed from the role of master of ceremonies (MC) at parties within the scene. They would encourage and entertain guests between DJ sets, which evolved into longer performances.
Reheating Instructions: Warm the tortilla until it’s pliable. Fill and wrap
“I didn’t think I would like this when I read it but it was so tasty!” – Heather St. from Cave Creek
“This was by far my favorite.” – Nataly Ro. from Phoenix