The following article was written by Ashley Palmer.
(aka, flautas) are a Mexican dish of rolled tortillas filled with meat and
cheese and then fried. At first glance, they don't seem like something that
could be made vegan, let alone lower in calories and fat. But, by using vegan
ingredients rather than animal products filled with cholesterol and saturated
fat and by baking instead of frying, we can reduce the guilt factor significantly.
These were extremely easy to make and would make a great appetizer for a party or potluck. They were such a hit with my family that next time I think I might double the recipe! I hope you enjoy these easy taquitos as much as we did.
Taquitos1 cup cooked soy chorizo8–10 small soft corn tortillas1/2 cup shredded vegan cheeseToothpicks (optional)Cooking spray1 tsp. coarse salt
Makes 2 to 4 servings
could easily replace the filling in this recipe with whatever you have lying
around. I think a combo of black beans, vegan cream cheese, and diced jalapeños
would be delicious. Another filling that I'm dying to try is buffalo tofu with
vegan ranch dressing. The possibilities are endless!
kind of vegan fillings will you put in your taquitos? Share with me in the
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