I love tacos! Duh! Who doesn’t?! Except I completely forget about them. Whenever I’m in the States I eat tacos almost every other day, but here in Egypt I can never remember to make them. I might have to put a picture of a taco on my fridge to remind me.
What’s not to love about tacos? They’re super quick, easy, versatile, and require only a few ingredients. But best of all, you can make them really delicious and nutritious.
Top these vegan tacos with cashew cream | image/Sincerely V
- 1 portobello mushroom
- 1 small zucchini
- 1tbs olive oil
- Pinch of smoked paprika
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Handful shredded cabbage
- 1/2 avocado
- 1tbs Cashew Cream
- 4 spears of romaine lettuce
- Chili and coriander to garnish
- 2 small whole-wheat or corn tortillas
- Slice the mushrooms and zucchini lengthways and rub them with olive oil and paprika.
- Grill them on a nonstick pan or a griddle. Once grilled, season with salt and pepper.
- Toast tortillas over the fire of a stovetop.
- Place the lettuce leave on the bottom of the taco, then place the grilled zucchini and portobello mushrooms.
- Top with shredded cabbage and avocado slices, drizzle cashew cream over them, add a squeeze of lemon if you like, and garnish it with chili and coriander leaves.
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This recipe was republished with permission from Sincerely V.