Vegan Sweet Potato Tacos With Pineapple Salsa

Filled with delicious roasted sweet potatoes and topped with a fresh and crunchy salsa, these sweet potato tacos are packed with flavour and character.

This dish is loaded with plant-based proteins and fibre. I also love the bright and colourful mix of its fresh ingredients.

The creamy Chipotle Avocado Sauce adds quite a punch to this tasty Mexican-inspired recipe. You can vary the amount of chili to suit your personal preference.

While the sweet potatoes are roasting in the oven, you can prepare the salsa and avocado sauce and have dinner ready in just 40 mins or so. It’s the perfect midweek family meal or Meat Free Monday plant-based dinner.

If you are looking for a hearty and filling vegan recipe that can be enjoyed by everyone, these Sweet Potato Tacos With Black Bean Pineapple Salsa are a definite winner.  Enjoy!

Hungry for more? Step your taco night up a notch by adding these spicy raw walnut meat and Sriracha tacos to the menu; they’re easy to make and will keep your dinner guests coming back for more.

For more Mexican-inspired food, these potato nachos are gluten-free and delicious. Perfect for parties and potlucks, top them with beans, quinoa, lettuce with lime, guacamole, hummus, and pico de gallo.

If you’re more of a burrito person (and have a soft spot for breakfast foods), this vegan recipe may be your new favourite. Start your day off right with a breakfast burrito that brings together aromatic Mexican spices, tofu scramble, and plenty of mashed avocado. It includes brown rice, fresh coriander, and nutritional yeast.

Pozole is a traditional Mexican hominy soup, a great way to enjoy the classic flavors of Mexican cuisine without the heaviness of burritos. It’s ideal for rainy days and cold nights, and can be topped with cashew cream. Not keen on using enchilada sauce? Make your own using Guajillo, California, and Nuevo chiles.

For something a little less traditional, try this plant-based Mexican pizza recipe. Go as healthy or as “cheat day” as you want – sticking to just vegetables or going hard on the dairy-free cheese.


This recipe was republished with permission from The Flexitarian.