Taco Bowl Recipe

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Taco Bowl Recipe

Our taco salad bowl is easy to put together, a quick and healthy meal, for those hot summer days!

Yields1 Serving
Prep Time10 minsCook Time8 minsTotal Time18 mins
Taco Bowl Recipe
What you'll need
 1 cup Health Riot Cassava flour
 1 Large Free-range Egg, plus 1 large egg white
 1 tsp Cream of tartar
 1 ¾ cups Water (I used 1/2 Cup milk & 1 1/4 Cups water, but for Paleo just use water)
 1 tsp Coriander powder
 1 tbsp Flaxseed powder (optional)
 1 tsp Garlic powder
 1 tsp Salt
 Ghee, for frying and basting
Instructions:
1

Pre-heat your oven to 180 degrees Celsius.

2

Simply combine all the ingredients in a bowl and whisk to get rid of any lumps, until nice and smooth. It should be the consistency of pancake batter.

3

Place about 1 teaspoon of ghee into a non-stick pan and get it nice and hot. Spoon about one ladles' worth of batter into the pan, and very quickly try and spread it as thin as possible - use an egg lifter to spread if need be.

4

Fry until the edges start to go brown and crispy, then flip over and fry for another minute or two. Continue with the rest of the batter until all used up.

5

Once your “pancakes” have cooled slightly, use a pastry brush and gently brush some extra ghee over them, followed by some salt. Do both sides like this. Spread them out onto an oven rack (not a tray, as you need to ensure even heat distribution) ensuring they do not overlap each other, then pop into the oven. Keep an eye on them by checking every couple of minutes - basically what you are trying to do here is dry out your “pancakes”, thereby getting rid of moisture in them and crisping them up. Feel them, and once they feel crispy, quickly remove them, and immediately put them over the bottom of side bowls in a baking tray to support your tacos. Cook them for a few more minutes until desired crispiness is reached.

6

Fill with your meat or veggie filling, followed by some grated cheese (if Paleo, leave out the cheese and use a nut cheese), and pop them back in the oven to warm and melt the cheese, for about 2 minutes.

7

Remove from the oven, and your tacos should now be able to stand on their own and be nice and crispy. Put whatever salads you would like on top, and consume - it will be a messy affair, but a seriously delicious one.

Ingredients

What you'll need
 1 cup Health Riot Cassava flour
 1 Large Free-range Egg, plus 1 large egg white
 1 tsp Cream of tartar
 1 ¾ cups Water (I used 1/2 Cup milk & 1 1/4 Cups water, but for Paleo just use water)
 1 tsp Coriander powder
 1 tbsp Flaxseed powder (optional)
 1 tsp Garlic powder
 1 tsp Salt
 Ghee, for frying and basting

Directions

Instructions:
1

Pre-heat your oven to 180 degrees Celsius.

2

Simply combine all the ingredients in a bowl and whisk to get rid of any lumps, until nice and smooth. It should be the consistency of pancake batter.

3

Place about 1 teaspoon of ghee into a non-stick pan and get it nice and hot. Spoon about one ladles' worth of batter into the pan, and very quickly try and spread it as thin as possible - use an egg lifter to spread if need be.

4

Fry until the edges start to go brown and crispy, then flip over and fry for another minute or two. Continue with the rest of the batter until all used up.

5

Once your “pancakes” have cooled slightly, use a pastry brush and gently brush some extra ghee over them, followed by some salt. Do both sides like this. Spread them out onto an oven rack (not a tray, as you need to ensure even heat distribution) ensuring they do not overlap each other, then pop into the oven. Keep an eye on them by checking every couple of minutes - basically what you are trying to do here is dry out your “pancakes”, thereby getting rid of moisture in them and crisping them up. Feel them, and once they feel crispy, quickly remove them, and immediately put them over the bottom of side bowls in a baking tray to support your tacos. Cook them for a few more minutes until desired crispiness is reached.

6

Fill with your meat or veggie filling, followed by some grated cheese (if Paleo, leave out the cheese and use a nut cheese), and pop them back in the oven to warm and melt the cheese, for about 2 minutes.

7

Remove from the oven, and your tacos should now be able to stand on their own and be nice and crispy. Put whatever salads you would like on top, and consume - it will be a messy affair, but a seriously delicious one.

Taco Bowl Recipe

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