04-12-2005, 09:51 PM
I seem to remember that someone posted a taco salad like recipe awhile back that had corn in it and avo and I can't remember what else, but it sounded really good. I can't find it. Anyone know the one I'm talking about?
04-13-2005, 12:34 AM
I don't have that particular taco salad recipe, but I do have one of my own that is terrific.
If you have Aliss'a book, you can make a taco shell out of her enchilada wrap recipe, and once it is sort of soft, you can place it in a colander or mesh strainer in the dehydrator-if you have an excalibur take out some shelves, this will make a bowl out of the corn shell,
then make the meatloaf recipe, I use 1/8 to 1/4 of the recipe and make it into a round pattie, and dehydrate it with mexican seasonings on it, which is cumin, and chilid powder and a touch of salt.
Okay, I let this dehydrate until it is the perfect warmth and dryness
then I take the enchilada wrap, now a bowl shape, shred lettuce into it, chop up tomatoes, dice white onions, add the meatloaf mixture, and then I add cashew sour cream also from Alissa's book, and I make a salsa, which is just a tomato, 1/2 a jalapeno, chili powder, cayenne, a little salt if you like, and some fresh cilantro. I also add cabbage totally minced to add a nice crunch makes it like pico de galo sauce.
You can add any other veggies of your choice, corn would be good, and fresh cilantro too.
If you don't have Alissa's book, let me know and I will give you the enchilada wrap, meatloaf and cashew cheese recipes.
What a wonderful idea for a taco salad! I especially love the idea of the tortilla chip bowls. I will definately have to try this.
I bet it would be excellent too with the fabulous chili that was posted here as "the best chili", which I now make regularly (very tasty with brazil nut "sour cream", by the way), in place of the meatloaf.
04-15-2005, 09:31 AM
another taco recipe:
each part could be layered on top of lettuce.
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