Grilled cauliflower, zucchini, yellow squash, and mushrooms with a peanut bbq sauce, almond queso fresco, cabbage, and lime. Served with a side of frijoles de olla.
Short History: The action of cooking meat over a grill with spices and sauce on top actually comes from the Caribbean, and the word barbecue comes from the word barbacoa from the Taino, a Caribbean Indigenous tribe. The word was first documented use of the word is from 1526 from the West Indies. Since then, barbecuing has spread throughout the world, and is especially popular in the United States, and is integrated into the culture – one of the first laws created in Virginia was forbidding the discharge of guns at a barbecue on the 1650s. These BBQ Tacos from The Vegan Taste are a great source of fiber, antioxidants, vitamins A, B6, C, and more!
Reheating Instructions: Warm the filling over medium-high heat. Toast the tortillas and fill.
“What magic is in the side of beans?? YUM. And of course the tacos were great too. A great vegetable selection and a yummy sauce, plus I enjoy having what tortillas occasionally too.” – Kelly Co. from Mesa
“Great! Your tacos were perfection – I have loved your BBQ sauces in every entree in which they were included. Thanks for taking the time to either buy or prepare homemade tortillas. And the beans had a great spicy kick!” – Katrin Ne. from Scottsdale