Posted a picture on Facebook and had a few requests for the recipe. Context: I was just using up stuff I had laying around. There wasn't, like, a guiding philosophy. Other than to make it good. I made it for two but have scaled up to make it for 4. I was winging it while I was making it so the measurements aren't exactly precise ('cause if I wanted precision I'd bake something).
It works because of the balance of the flavors. The heaviness of the chorizo and potatoes is offset by the sweet peppery flavor of the mango and the fresh burst from the pickled jalapeño and onions. And cream and feta are just yummy. As with any recipe, don't let it become limiting and do some substituting if you feel like it. Like, if you don't have champagne vinegar, a white or white wine vinegar will work just fine. A red wine or balsamic vinegar might be a little bit much. I had parsley laying around, but cilantro is a better choice. A crumbly Mexican cheese could replace feta. Lime juice or blood orange juice would be great replacements for the lemon. Just go for a balance of body and freshness, heat and sweet. Play around. Have fun.