vegetarian tacos

vegetarian tacos

vegetarian tacos

good spices to add to Morningstar [] vegetarian taco?

I just made a vegetarian Taco (melted cheese, lettuce, diced tomato, Morningstar and the ground collapse) and I think it's going to be smooth. What kind of spices would add to that? thanks.

Mix equal parts paprika, garlic salt, cumin and onion powder. A little cayenne pepper if you like

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He Said:  Over nine months ago my wife woke up one morning and decided to be a vegetarian. I wasn’t ready for life without bacon, rice crispy chicken, and of course - steak. But I did recognize the health benefits of consuming less meat so when my wife wanted to eat soy substitutes I gave it a try. I have to say I was impressed. Soy products can be as good or even better than the real thing. I never thought I’d hear myself say this but fried tofu is awesome!

While my wife has stayed firm with her vegetarian ways she has not discouraged me from eating as much meat as I’d like. When my mother-in-law makes her delicious featherbones she doesn’t even mind if I enjoy them in all their glory right in front of her (I had the best Memorial day ever!). Every once in a while I’ll even come home to a big juicy steak. Maybe one day I’ll join her as a vegetarian but until that day I sometimes wonder what it would be like if my wife wasn’t supportive of my eating habits. Thankfully, I don’t have to worry about that and there is no need for me to join the Secret Steak Society and spend an occasional night sitting solo in the back of a steakhouse ordering a New York Strip!

She Said:  To start off I just want to say, I respect everyone’s eating preferences whatever they may be. Recently, I became a vegetarian for environmental, health, and admittingly for the challenge of how long I could go without meat. Nine months later, this is the best decision I ever made outside of saying yes to my husband’s proposal (he secretly wrote that but I can’t disagree!).

Surprisingly, my menu really hasn’t changed. I enjoy enchiladas, tacos, pizza, ribs, burgers, bacon, sausage, and more. All made from soy of course and 100% vegetarian. Is it wrong that I even trick my guests with these meals and they have no idea? Oh well, they eat it for free. I will still cringingly cook an occasional meat meal for my husband because after all it’s my lifestyle not his. In any case he is very supportive. I’ve even got him to enjoy fried tofu! It’s great to be healthy.

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Think you know what a taco is? Think again. This hot little book delivers a deliciously new way to "do" Mexican-not just tacos but also antojitos (the "little bites" that are Mexico`s variation on tapas), salsas, tequila- and mezcal-based cocktails, and the amazingly thirst-quenching fruit drinks called aguas frescas.  Taking her cue from the taqueros who vend fresh, inventive, lovingly prepared food from roadside stalls in Baja and street-side trucks in Tijuana, author Deborah Schneider shakes up and recombines traditional Mexican flavors in ways that will dazzle your taste buds. Her inspired, quick, easy-to-make dishes include Garlic Shrimp Tacos with Poblano Chiles, Deep-Fried Fish Tacos with Spicy Coleslaw, Lemon-Garlic Chicken Tacos with Mezcal, a vegetarian taco with quesa fresca (fresh cheese), and even a taco stuffed with shredded beef that`s been simmered in Coca-Cola.

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