(PHOTOS) Latinx Celebrities Judge the Best Vegan Chilaquiles in L.A.

Published by PETA Staff.
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Update: The votes are in and PETA’s first-ever vegan chilaquiles cook-off is complete. Check out some of these great shots taken at the star-studded event, and keep scrolling for more information.

vegan chilaquiles from L.A.'s Kitchen Mouse

vegan chilaquiles were on the menu at PETA Food Fight: Chilaquiles Edition

six L.A. restaurants competed in a vegan chilaquiles cook-off at PETA

the cameras are out at PETA's vegan chilaquiles cook-off event

celebs at PETA Food Fight: Chilaquiles Edition

Originally posted November 1, 2017

In honor of Día de Muertos, stars Kate del Castillo, Alicia Machado, Daniella Monet, and Marco Antonio Regil will judge PETA Latino’s first-ever cooking competition, hosted by Patricia de León. On Saturday, November 4, six local contenders will throw down to see who makes the best vegan chilaquiles in Los Angeles, at PETA Food Fight: Chilaquiles Edition.

Download and print a copy of this promotional flyer.

For just $15, diners can sample dishes from Doomies NextMex, Señoreata, Mama’s International Tamales, Taqueria la Venganza, Equelecuá Cuban Café, and Kitchen Mouse. Guests can also purchase vegan pan de muerto, horchata, and other treats.

To gear up for the event, three popular social media influencers came to PETA’s L.A. office to show us how they like to cook vegan chilaquiles. Janette of VeganGirl4Ever made a delicious mole sauce to top hers; Setareh made a healthy, salt-free “sour cream” from potatoes; and Jasmine of SweetSimpleVegan made hers with a savory tofu scramble. The mini cook-off was broadcast live on PETA’s Facebook page.

HAPPENING NOW: Watch as popular vegan Instagrammers whip up delicious eats in a #vegan chilaquiles cook-off!

Posted by PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) on Friday, October 27, 2017

 

look at these vegan chilaquiles

Vegan chilaquiles that are loaded with scrambled tofu, guacamole, plant-based sour cream, and vegan cheese show how easy and delicious it is to veganize your favorite Latin foods. What better way is there to celebrate Día de Muertos than by eating foods that no animal died for and that will help you to stay healthy and live longer? Vegan meals spare animals immense suffering and reduce diners’ risk of developing heart disease, strokes, diabetes, and cancer.

vegan chilaquiles cook off coming to L.A. on Saturday, Nov 4th

If you live in L.A., tickets to the star-studded event are still available.

And no matter where you live, it’s easier than ever to go vegan. We’ve got hundreds of recipes for you to try! What are you waiting for? Get started today!

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