I think its safe to say that tacos make Tuesdays the best day of the week! The options for fillings are endless and who doesn’t love a dish that served with the option of adding cheese and avocado?! YUM! I have shared several taco recipes over the past few years, but this one is unique from the others as it is 100% plant based. It is also super quick to make and a fun one to get the kids involved in preparing. Here is the recipe:
Makes 8 tacos
2 cups cubed firm tofu
1 small (or 1/2 large) head of cauliflower
2 cups shredded cabbage
1 red pepper
3 Tbsp. avocado oil
1/3 cup taco seasoning
8 hard or soft taco shells
Optional toppings: diced tomatoes and shredded cheese
- Wash cauliflower, bell pepper, and cabbage. Cut cauliflower into very small florets. Cut red pepper into thin slices. Remove outer leaves of the cabbage and shred it until you have 2 cups of shredded cabbage.
- Place the cubed tofu and cauliflower florets in a large bowl. Toss them gently in the avocado oil and taco seasoning.
- Pour the seasoned tofu and cauliflower into your Hamilton Beach Digital Air Fryer.
- Set it to the vegetable setting and choose 375F for 14 minutes.
- While the filling is cooking, peel and mash the avocado. Then spread a thin layer in the bottom of each taco shell. Layer on the shredded cabbage and peppers.
- Then when the tofu and cauliflower are done, spoon a portion into each taco, and top with a sprinkle of fresh cilantro.
I love how the Hamilton Beach Digital Air Fryer has settings to cook ingredients to perfection! For this recipe I used the Vegetable setting. But there is also one for fries of any kind (potato, sweet potato, carrot, beet, and more); fish, poultry, meat, and even baked goods! In addition to the settings you can set your own temp and time. One of my favourites so far that I set my own temp/time for was falafels….just SO good!
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This post was created in partnership with Hamilton Beach Canada, but as always, the content, recipe, photos, opinions, and love for the product are all my own.
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Hi N, Lots of good recipes. I can’t wait to try them. What was that kind of tempeh we were talking about last week (I’m the water guy), do you think that will work in these tacos?