Chorizo Tacos Premium PD Recipe

2015-08-25

In Mexico, tacos are spicy and simple. Fresh corn tortillas layered with meat, onions, fresh cilantro and a squeeze of lime. On a Protective Diet, you will be transported to many cultures, Mexico being one that is close to my now thankful healthy heart. Chorizo is a very spicy sausage that is often removed from the casing and crumbled. This version is free of pork, saturated fat, and the cholesterol of the original. Serve up traditional Mexican flavor in street food fashion with Protective Diet Chorizo Tacos.

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Comments (11)

  1. posted by dianeb on February 28, 2017

    I have the chipotle chili powder but not the smoked. Can I sub some smoked paprika to takes it’s place, and if so, how much chipotle to how much smoked paprika. Thanks

  2. posted by veganinblack on July 27, 2016

    I love this recipe. I had never had traditional chorizo but did eat a lot of an oil loaded vegan version from Trader Joes. This is just busting with flavor and is delicious on nachos, in tacos and a great salad topper. I always make a double batch. Perfect with Taco Slaw.

  3. posted by linda stanley on March 11, 2016

    Love this recipe for hurry up days. Big hit with non vegans too. Great with King sauce and strained yogurt.

  4. posted by Vibeke Vale on February 7, 2016

    This chorizo has completely won over my 15 year old meat loving son. I cannot make any TexMex food without making either this recipe or the BBQ tofu bites.

    Thank you for another winner of a recipe!

  5. posted by angela sorrentino on January 19, 2016

    I make the dry spices up ahead of time in a quart container (I use 1/2 cup for each spice) and all I have to do is add 5 tsp per 1 lb of tofu. I usually make 3 lbs at a time, cook and freeze about 2 lbs of the left overs – this makes for a REALLY fast diner for the coming weeks. This is my go-to recipe when I just don’t during the week. I always have taco slaw and yogurt made – so it is a no brainer for fast dinners.

  6. posted by RedBCs on November 16, 2015

    Sounds delicious. Are there any non-soy substitutes that will work for the tofu?

    • posted by Julie Marie on November 24, 2015

      I haven’t found one yet that will work this perfectly, but that doesn’t mean I’ve stopped testing and searching 🙂

  7. posted by Tamara Roberts on November 9, 2015

    Made these tonight for dinner and they were a huge success. Next time I will double the Chorizo. Fabulous!!

  8. posted by momthedork on November 2, 2015

    My family loves this recipe! So delicious and quick to make!

    • posted by Julie Marie on November 2, 2015

      Thanks for the feed back! I love to hear about a family eating well and enjoying a PD dinner together. Especially when it’s a quick and easy recipe!

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