Tag Archives: Tortillas

Chipotle Baked Fish Tacos with Pico Slaw

Chipotle Baked Fish Tacos with Pico Slaw by Alison's AllspiceAs a pescatarian, I eat lots and lots of vegetarian meals, with a few fish or seafood meals thrown in for good measure.  I am weird and LOVE eating fish.  At home, we eat it about once a week.  This being said, can you believe that I haven’t posted a fish recipe since I posted Smoked Trout Fish Cakes in October???  Crazy, I know.  Well I’ve got a few more coming your way.  I have been working on fish tacos recently, and this chipotle baked fish tacos with pico slaw is definitely a fun ad healthy way to enjoy some fish! Continue reading

Vegetarian Swiss Enchiladas Verdes

Vegetarian Swiss Enchiladas Verdes by Alison's AllspiceHere in the blogging world, we have been focusing on creating recipes for Memorial Day Weekend in the past few weeks.  It’s finally here (!), and I hope you all have some wonderful recipes collected to make while you celebrate and remember America’s fallen with friends and family.  In case you haven’t found your recipes yet, here were my creations: Summer Garden Potato Salad, Grilled Carrot Dogs, and Rhubarb Lime Sparkling Cocktails.  Today, I am happily taking a momentary hiatus from memorial day, bringing you a simple recipe that is a favorite of mine, Vegetarian Swiss Enchiladas Verdes. Continue reading

Vegan Spicy Eggplant Hummus Taquitos

Vegan Spicy Eggplant Hummus Taquitos by Alison's Allspice“Disclosure: I received free samples of Sabra Hummus mentioned in this post. By posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest sponsored by Sabra and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time.”

Happy National Hummus Day friends!  I am back today to bring you more hummus filled goodies because today, May 13th, is National Hummus Day!  Earlier this week I posted my Mediterranean Hummus Stuffed Mushrooms.  Today I’m sharing these Vegan Spicy Eggplant Hummus Taquitos which are made with Sabra’s Supremely Spicy Hummus. These quick appetizers are crispy on the outside, creamy on the inside, and perfect for dipping! Continue reading

Black Bean Street Tacos with Radish Corn Salsa

Black Bean Street Tacos with Radish Corn Salsa by Alison's AllspiceToday I am sharing my new favorite taco recipe!  If you are planning to celebrate Cinco De Mayo tomorrow, you will want to stock up on radishes and sweet corn to make these black bean street tacos with radish corn salsa!  They are made with traditional Mexican fare including corn tortillas, simple seasoned black beans, sweet corn, cilantro, and queso fresco.  Throw in some seasonal and colorful radishes to the salsa and you’ll have a taco everyone will be talking about! Continue reading

Tex-Mex Black Bean Tortilla Pie

Tex-Mex Black Bean Tortilla Pie by Alison's AllspiceHow many ways do you think we can use a tortilla to make a delivery system for Mexican flavors?  Sure, there are tacos, quesadillas, enchiladas, and even burritos.  How about tortilla pie?  This tex-mex black bean tortilla pie is layered with Mexican flavors in a simple format – stack it up and pile it on!  It is ready for all your favorite toppings and fillings. Continue reading

Buffalo Blue Cheese Vegetarian Taquitos

Buffalo Blue Cheese Vegetarian Taquitos by Alison's AllspiceThese buffalo blue cheese vegetarian taquitos were created completely on a whim.   Oftentimes I buy a few extra ingredients that aren’t on my grocery list at the store, simply because they are on sale. One night when I needed a quick weeknight meal, I riffled through the fridge and found some 6-inch tortillas, so I whipped up these taquitos .  I had seen a vegan buffalo taquitos pin on pinterest and thought it looked like a fantastic idea, but I hadn’t even look at the recipe. As it turned out, my version is loaded with tangy blue cheese, as well as a healthy does of vegetables! Continue reading

Black Bean Corn and Spinach Quesadillas

Black bean corn and spinach quesadillasI always tell my husband, any food that is a delivery service for cheese and salsa is my favorite food.  These black bean corn and spinach quesadillas are just that!  We cut ours into wedges for easy dipping into salsas and sour cream.  This is one indulgent meal that you can whip up in no time, and feel good about because it is loaded with veggies.  Check out my other favorite Tex-Mex style, cheese and salsa delivery systems below! Continue reading

Zucchini Corn and Bean Enchiladas

Zucchini Corn and Bean EnchiladasHappy New Year everyone!  This is my first post of the new year, and I’m so excited to share my plans for the year.  As I shared in my best of 2016 post, I recently made a move into a house where I have lots of space.  Now that I have space, I’m very excited to be able to establish a large garden.   Last year I joined a CSA because I knew I wouldn’t get a garden planted in time.  I did get to grow a few plants, but this year I want to see the garden expand with lots of vegetables, including some spring and fall crops.  One of my favorite veggies to grow is zucchini, which is the inspiration for today’s recipe.  Zucchini corn and bean enchiladas are simple and easy, especially if you have zucchini growing in your garden. Continue reading

Grilled Zucchini Black Bean and Corn Tacos

Grilled Zucchini Black Bean and Corn TacosTacos have always been a food staple of mine.  Before I started blogging, tacos only came in one form, traditional.  The kind with a classical taco seasoning.  This Lentil Pecan Taco is my current day version of that traditional taco.  After watching many other fantastic bloggers play with the idea of what a taco should be, I have ventured out and found many more uses for tacos.  This grilled zucchini black bean and corn tacos recipe is a summertime favorite! Continue reading

Black Bean Beet Enchiladas

Black Bean Beet Enchiladas with Sour CreamAlright so, this is not a traditional way to use beets.  However, I am not a traditional girl, either.  At home, we have been loving quick Mexican inspired food this  summer, and these black bean beet enchiladas were no different.  This recipe uses the whole beet, the root and the greens!  Check out the variations section if your beets didn’t come with the greens. Continue reading