1/2cupwhite onionroughly chopped into small pieces
2garlic clovesroughly chopped
splash of vegetable oil olive oil
Prep all of your ingredients before you begin. In a large pan add a splash of oil and once hot add the onions. Saute until they begin to soften, stir often. Next, add the soyrizo and saute until it begins to crisp up a bit. Then add the nopales and saute until they turn a darker green color and have softened. They'll start realizing some of their viscous liquid but just keep cooking them to cook that off.
Next, add the garlic and the salt, give it a good stir and cook for another minute or two to soften the garlic. Make sure you stir until well combined to distribute the garlic and salt.
Continue to cook for another few minutes, taste and if needed adjust the salt or add any other additional seasonings. If you get a nice and flavorful soyrizo you really won't need to add much more seasonings.
Serve as desired, see suggestions in the article. It's great to accompany with a bowl of a medium-spicy salsa if of your choice.
*If you can do buy the nopales already cleaned and cut it's much easier. But if you but the paddles whole and uncleaned do watch my video on how to prep them.
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