Cinco de Mayo is around the corner and fixing dinner doesn't get much easier than this Black Bean Tacos with Avocado Cream recipe.Especially, if you've just made a pot of fresh beans but you can use canned beans too.
I like Eden Brand because they make their cans without the BPA lining. I usually keep several cans of beans on hand but I must say, the fresh ones are pretty awesome! I eat beans almost EVERY day.
You don’t have to use just black beans, pinto works great but black beans are recommended. Afraid of cooking beans from scratch? Here's my recipe for Instant Pot black beans which are super fast to make if you don't have canned.
Dr. Fuhrman recommends that you eat 1/2 cup per day. But also recently Dan Buettner, who knows about the world's longest-lived people, recommends 1/2 - 1 cup per day.
They are in most every longevity diet (that is the diets of people who live the longest). Fiber is your friend.
Kick it up a notch more and try my recipe for Easy Instant Pot Refried Pinto Beans.
This is a delightful addition to these Black Bean tacos. It is creamy and smooth, you'll even enjoy it as a dip for veggies! I use my Homemade Soy Yogurt, but you can also use store-bought.
It doesn't get easier than this. Take the avocado, yogurt, cilantro, lime juice and seasonings and toss into a food processor. Process until the cilantro is finely minced, add salt and pepper to taste, and thin with a bit of water, if needed.
One thing that is great about this recipe is you can get creative with toppings. Try the tacos with pico de gallo, jalapeños, marinated chipotle peppers or chopped cilantro.
Have a look at these plant-based recipes:
You'll love how flexible this dish is!
Green onions are delicious too. If you have some time you should make homemade salsa. This dish has so few ingredients that you want the ingredients you use to be high quality.
If you're looking for a fast and easy to make plant-based meal try this recipe.
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