This recipe was created by Karen Wiens on 12/14/14.
This is a quick and easy meal that we often turn to when we’re feeling pressed for time. It’s ready in a snap and everyone can make their own version so everyone can get their dinner just how they like it. It’s great for a crowd too, just increase the amounts of the ingredients. You basically just chop the veggies and heat everything up and dinner is ready. The ingredients are a guide to get you started. Use what you like and what you have on hand.
10 minutes to prepare
10 minutes to cook
1/2 cup spanish rice, we like Uncle Bens Ready Rice
2 tostada shells
2 whole wheat tortillas
1/2 red onion
1 red bell pepper
1/2 can corn
1 can green chilies, (small)
2 roma tomatoes, chopped
1 can vegetarian refried beans
1 romaine heart, chopped
2 cups spinach, chopped
1 cup salsa
3/4 cup vegan sour cream
1 cup guacamole
Chop the onions and red pepper. Saute them until they start to soften.
Add your can of chopped green chilies.
Add 1/2 can of corn and heat through.
Heat up your refried beans.
Chop the tomatoes.
And the romaine lettuce.
If you are making burritos with tortillas, they are really tasty when heated in the steamer. If you don’t have a steamer you can microwave them or heat them in a skillet.
We like to include salsa, vegan sour cream, guacamole and tortilla chips with our buffet.
Stella got a little unconventional and decided to make hers in rice paper wrappers. She loved it!
Connie likes tostadas.
I usually opt to make a taco salad. My taco salad with guacamole on the side.
And Jeff is going for a burrito.
It’s fun to let everyone do their own thing and put their own twist. Endless possibilities with the Mexican buffet.
I used to think a taco salad wouldn’t be a taco salad without cheese but actually I don’t miss it a bit. It was something I ate a LOT of when I first went vegan and hadn’t found vegan cheese yet.
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We didn’t have any salsa made and we were out of green chilies so we made another simple guacamole using all fresh ingredients. This is my favorite now. Quick to whip up and it tastes so fresh and so delicious.
You will never buy bottled salsa again once you try this. We used to love Religious Experience salsa and one day… we got to thinking… bet we could make some salsa. We experimented and this is what we came up with. We love it. We actually thought about trying to figure out how to manufacture and distribute it…
Karen is from NH and when something is really good, we say it’s “wicked good”. Old habits die hard. You may have noticed we really like Mexican food. And we really like coming up with new salsa recipes. Here is our latest and everyone really seems to love it.