Guac and Roll Quinoa Lentil Soft Tacos (with shiitake!)

I bet you can sense a theme here from yesterday’s post. Why stop a good thing? Instead of having the burgers again for lunch I made tacos instead. Unlike my Double stuffed lentil tacos, these bad boys have that garam masala taste that’s just killer.

The thing with tacos is it’s just a layering process. Make sure you have your toppings ready and set aside for the assembly line your kitchen is about to become.

Ingredients:
– Crumbled Masala quinoa lentil burgers into ‘ground round’
– Diced tomatoes
– Diced onions
– Chopped cilantro
– Amazing guac (avocado, white onion, cilantro, lime juice)
– Chi-Chis White Corn Soft Taco*
– Shiitake mushrooms pan fried (optional)

2-soft taco quinoa lentil 2

1-soft tacos quinoa lentils

*This delicious soft corn taco is gluten free and we found it at Wegman’s buried next to the flour tortillas. I haven’t been able to find anything like this in Ontario.

Best to warm up the soft taco first, you can do that on a flat pan, or a grill you might have handy. Either way, warm up that goodness first or it will taste a bit off.

Layer the guac first as a base, then the burger, then onion, tomato and top with lettuce. If you can another layer of guacamole. I am a HUGE fan of mushrooms and so I had to have some pan fried shiitake mushrooms I quickly made with a splash of gluten free Kikkoman soy sauce (which we also cannot find in Ontario).

Your mouth will be doing a happy dance that’s for sure.

Happy eating!

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2 Responses to Guac and Roll Quinoa Lentil Soft Tacos (with shiitake!)

  1. Diane

    That looks amazingly delicious !!!!!! I’ll have to go back and get the burger recipe. I can have these while DH loads his with meat :(

    • aireater

      Hey Diane! Thanks for the comment. The tacos are pretty amazing – let me know how it goes when you make it. ;)

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