YieldMakes 2 Cups
3 cup walnuts, soaked & dehydrated
1 clove garlic
2 tablespoon chili powder, (or to taste)
¼ teaspoon cayenne, (or to taste)
1 teaspoon Bragg's Liquid Aminos, (don't be tempted to substitute)
In a food processor, combine all ingredients. Process, pulsing, until desired texture is achieved. Season to taste.
To make a taco: Use a romaine lettuce leaf (for a “hard shell” taco) or a collard green (for a “soft shell” taco). Add some taco stuffing “meat” and toppings (shredded carrot, scallion, chopped onion, hot sauce, shredded lettuce, etc.) Fold or roll and serve.
*I suggest these fillings, as well: sliced small mushrooms, red peppers, shredded radishes, fresh cilantro, fresh parsley, and raw tabbouleh!
HathaYogaTeachr's ThoughtsBy HathaYogaTeachr
This is my family’s favorite lunch/dinner meal! It’s soooooo fast & easy to make, uses perfect food combining techniques, and is just so delicious!!! Add your favorite salsa to your tacos for a variety of tastes. When I make it, I don’t worry about making sure the walnuts are 100% dehydrated because I’m just going to mix them up with some wet ingredients, anyway! It still tastes fabulous!
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