After the first attempt at making a taco the other day, I decided to create another master piece including some lean beef mince and some veggies too.
I think I have a thing for taco’s now and if I do get the chance to visit Mexico some day, I will be on a strictly taco diet because they are so good. I wouldn’t mind having taco for breakfast, lunch and supper/dinner.
Another reason why I have fallen in love with them is the fact that they are so easy to make and are eat right online approved. A very healthy and nutritious meal provided you only eat one and not induldge in them.
You can be as creative as you want with some tortillas, veggies and some lean protien such as chicken strips, beef cubes or you can go vegetarian and fill the tortilla up with green beans, mushrooms and carrots if you like.
They usually take less that 30 min to prepare and don’t cause much havoc to the belly. Whether you are into losing weight or just a health and fitness enthusiast, this treat will do a great job in helping you achieve your goal. It suits all sorts of diets and will certainly leave you with that guilt free feeling after eating it.
So there is no excuse for you not to experiment with this “master piece”, it is a healthy recipe and is not time consuming at all, therefore allowing you to kill 2 birds with one stone. This recipe is so easy to make that even a 6 year old with a bit of parental guidance can make it.
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- 500g lean beef mince
- 2 cups of mixed vegetables
- 4 tortilas
- Salt and pepper
- Barbeque spice
- 1 large onion
- 1 taplespoon of olive oil
- Peel and chop the onion and place in a pan with olive oil and allow to fry for at least 2 minutes
- Add the mince to the pan and use the barbeque spice to add some flavour until golden brown
- Allow the mince to cool and drain the oil
- Depending on how you like your mixed vegetables, you may either boil or make a stir-fry with them
- Once the vegetables and mince have coolded down you can add salt and peepr to taste
- Place 1 tortila on a plate and add the mince and veggies as filling
- Fold the tortila and serve