Vegan beet, arugula & avocado tacos

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Last night I made chicken and black bean tacos with a super yummy mango salsa and I couldn’t wait until lunch to eat leftovers. When I opened the fridge this afternoon I saw the saddest thing ever, and empty plate. Turns out the girl child had been sneaking pieces of chicken all morning and she had devoured the entire plate.

I was craving tacos so badly and I didn’t have any more meat around. And then I thought, who says tacos have to be made with meat? No matter how empty my fridge is there are always beets inside so I decided to fry some up and make some beet tacos. I added arugula for a bit of spice and  avocado to make them creamier.

These were so good and when my dog decided to eat all the tortillas I tossed all the ingredients into a salad and it was just as delicious. These are super quick and easy  so you won’t have to be in a hot kitchen long. If the kiddos want to help out let them assemble their own tacos!

 

*Makes 4 tacos
What you need

  • 1 beet
  • 1 avocado
  • 1 cup of arugula
  • cilantro
  • 1 tbsp cumin
  • 2 tsp ground chilis
  • 1 lime
  • corn tortillas
  • sea salt

How to make it

  • In a frying pan heat up a couple tbsp of oil
  • slice up the beets into thin slices
  • put beets into the frying pan in hot oil and sprinkle with sea salt, cumin and chili powder
  • Fry until edges are crisp
  • toast tortilla on open stove flame or in a pan
  • add beets, arugula, cilantro and avocado  to tortilla and drizzle in lime
  • for salad just toss all ingredients in a bowl with a drizzle of olive oil
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