Does your family have tacos on Tuesdays?
It has become a weekly staple in our meal planning in an effort to simplify things a bit!
If I know Tuesday evening will be hectic then I brown the ground beef ahead of time.
Last night, I made my families favorite “form” of tacos. I shared pictures in my Shape Up with Shy- 28 Day Transformation Event on Facebook and received a lot of comments asking for the recipe.
I made my tortillas, which honestly look similar to flat pancakes with just 4 ingredients!
- 1 cup of Almond Flour
- 2 Tbsp of Arrowroot Flour
- 1 cup Coconut Milk
- 1 Egg
This makes about 6 tortillas. I am going to classify this as a trial and error type recipe. It is simple now that I have it down, but sometimes I do have to add a little more coconut milk as I am cooking to get the batter to the right consistency. I don’t recommend doubling the recipe because the batter starts to thicken as it sits. So if you need to make more, mix all the ingredients after you have run out of batter.
You have two options for cooking the tortillas.
- 1 at a time in a small skillet
- 3-4 at a on a griddle
I prefer to do mine one at a time because the skillet contains the batter if I get it a little too thin and runny. I preheat the skillet with a little butter in it before scooping about 1/4 of cup of batter into it. I check the tortilla after it has been cooking for about 3-4 minutes to see if it has firmed up enough to flip. After flipping, I cook the other side another 3-4 minutes. The first one usually takes longer as the skillet is still heating up. Also, I have been known to leave one on too long and then it makes a great tostada!
The title of the post said I would give you TWO ways to Paleofy your tacos, so the other one is simple just use Romaine Lettuce leafs as boats. We did a mix last night because the tortillas take awhile, my husband and I had a one with a tortilla and two with lettuce.
Now, I am browning the sausage/pork for my Creamy Crockpot Kale & Sausage Soup, but I think I am going to try throwing in some shredded carrots and spinach this time.
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Hope your next Taco Night is a SUCCESS!!!
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