Tacos at our house are a Scrounge dinnertime staple. Each time I cook tacos they are slightly different depending on what I have at home. To be honest, in this instance I was planning to make salmon tacos (Salmon Tacos recipe to come soon!), but the salmon didn't turn out very well so... it was time to Scrounge! I happened to be baking sweet potatoes in the oven as a side to the tacos, so I decided to make to veggie tacos. These veggie tacos turned out so delicious, even my husband, a meat lover, enjoyed these! Try being creative with what you have at home to make some healthy tacos, I promise you won't be disappointed.
If you don't have these exact ingredients, Scrounge with the things you have at home, You may end up creating something even better!
If you don't have salmon or don't like it, use whatever protein you want, chicken, steak, or make it vegetarian with sweet potatoes or asparagus
If you don't have arugula, use spinach or romaine or do without
If you don't have salsa, slice up some tomatoes or use pico de gallo
If you don't have goat cheese, use feta, or any other sprinkle cheese you have at home or take a grater to a cheese block and shred some onto the taco
Tortillas - I love any of the Siete tortillas! They have almond flour, cassava and coconut and cassava and chia shells. They are all great healthy options!
1 Sweet potato
Hot sauce (optional) - I love Valentina
Crumbled goat cheese (optional)
Preheat oven to 425°
Slice sweet potatoes on an angle similar to the shape of fries
Place sweet potatoes on baking sheet
Cover sweet potatoes with olive oil, sea salt, pepper, rosemary and turmeric
Use hands to coat sweet potatoes
Bake in oven for 25 minutes
Let cool for a few minutes before placing into taco
While sweet potatoes are cooking begin prepping the taco ingredients
Heat up the tortilla in microwave for 8-10 seconds or over the stove top
Spread a few slices of avocado on top of yogurt
If using hot sauce splash a little onto the avocado and yogurt and spread together (FYI this may not look the prettiest color :)
Add the sweet potatoes on top (feel free to smash them a little)
Top with arugula, crumbled goat cheese and salsa
* 2 tacos per person is usually very filling