I love it when an experiment works out.
From two green plantains to 10 taco shells
Blend or process the two plantains, 1/3 cup avocado oil, sea salt and water until it is the consistency of hummus
Spoon the plantain mixture onto two parchment-lined baking pans and bake in center of oven for 20-25 minutes, switching pans/racks midway through
I wasn’t too sure whether these were going to hold up with toppings–they didn’t resemble the photo from the recipe I followed
Plantain taco shells topped with ground beef and onions, garden-fresh lettuce, grated carrots
The shells held up to folding and the meal was a hit among the three of us. We liked the texture and flavor and the flexible center with crunchy edges.
Chris Kresser for the inspiration.
December 17, 2014
AIP, animal protein, Auto Immune, auto immune protocol, autoimmune, autoimmune protocol, Paleo, Paleo Approach, plantains, RA, rheumatoid arthritis
Since I had a few plantains waiting for use, and I was hungry, I thought I would make something fast and simple with one before exploring their versatility further. Five minutes to sweet yumminess. I am hoping I can re-introduce ghee down the road and then enjoy this variation even more topped with melting ghee.
Stupid Easy Paleo