Anyways, I'm done waxing poetic about guacamole, but you shouldn't be surprised that it is an accompaniment to the dinner that is the subject of this post.
Upon reading the ingredients list of this recipe one might find it a bit odd, but trust me, all these veggies work very well together and with the seasoning combination. I would have never thought to put broccoli or cauliflower in Mexican had I not had fajitas with broccoli and cauliflower at a place in Illinois that were out of this world. I think, more than anything, the spice combination is what is important.
Note: Again, if you don't want to use a tortilla, you could always just serve this over rice, quinoa or millet. I also had some left over navy beans so I threw them in here too, you could use just black beans or just navy beans too if preferred.
Veggie and Bean Burros
(Makes enough filling for 4 burros.)
1/2 cup navy beans, cooked
1 cup black beans, cooked
can chopped green chilies, drained
1 zucchini, roasted and sliced
1 cup cauliflower, cooked
1 cup broccoli, cooked
In a medium sized bowl, mix together warmed beans, green chilies, and spices to taste.
In a separate bowl, combine all the veggies except the yams.
Layer bean mixture, veggie mixture, and yams in a warmed tortilla. Roll up and fry if you like.
Top with guacamole and salsa.
I hope everyone enjoys their Friday!
'Til next time.