Using a tortilla as the bowl for this tofu taco salad makes this dish extra fun to serve. This is a great recipe for kids to help out with, as they will be excited to help fill each tortilla bowl with the healthy ingredients.
Flour tortillas are toasted in a ‘bowl’ shape in the oven for about 10 minutes, and then filled with both hot and cold ingredients.
I love saving time by using Nasoya’s natural and organic Plantspired Zesty Mexican Superfood Skillet. This delicious and healthful prepared combo has a flavored blend of tofu, vegetables, cauliflower, rice and beans. I simply need to heat the tofu mix before adding to these easy tortilla bowls!
Plantspired products are vegan, made with Non-GMO ingredients and crafted with the best-tasting and most trusted tofu on the market, Nasoya’s Super Firm Tofu, which is high in plant-based protein.
Plantspired Superfood Skillets are packed with 19-20 grams of protein each and will be available under the Plantspired line in Zesty Mexican Style and Classic Bolognese. The all-in-one pouches are made with flavor-packed meaty crumbles, wholesome vegetables, and Nasoya’s Organic Super Firm Tofu.
You Will Need:
- 1 Plantspired Zesty Mexican Superfood Skillet (serves 4)
- 4 Flour Tortillas (8-10″ work best), one per bowl
- 1 Mini-Baking Dish (Round) 6″ per bowl or similar
- 1/2 Cup Fresh Butter Lettuce (or similar) per bowl
- 1/4 Cup Diced Tomatoes
- 1 Tablespoon Grated Sharp or Monterey Jack Cheese
- 1 Can of Black Beans (divide into 4 portions)
How To Prepare
In an oven safe 6″ Corningware or similar baking dish, fold a tortilla into the bowl shape.
Heat at 350 for 10 minutes until until the tortilla is toasted. Let it cool and remove from the oven-safe dish. The tortilla will be in the shape of the bowl and firm to fill.
Heat the Plantspired Zesty Mexican Style Tofu & Black Beans.
Pad the bottom of the tortilla bowl with fresh lettuce leaves.
Layer the Plantspired Zesty Mexican Style Tofu and Black Beans on top of the lettuce. Top with tomatoes, cheese and additional pico de gallo as desired.
Serve! Optional: add a little dollop of sour cream!
This post is sponsored by Nasoya, but the recipe, pictures and opinions are that of my own.