I just got back from my latin dance class... and of course I had to come home immediately after and have tacos and beer! This is a quick dish you can cook up in less than twenty minutes.
Cilantro-Lime Tofu Tacos
Taco filling: (1) I used pre-cut supermarket veggies (onions and peppers), sauteed them in an 1 tbsp of sesame oil (sesame oil doesn't change its molecular structure when heated to high temperatures, thus it stays safe for your heart!). Sautee for about 7 minutes or until the onions are translucent. (2) Add one 12oz package of firm cubed tofu into the pan, smash with a fork
(3) Top with 8 oz of cilantro-lime salsa. I used Frontera brand, they're great. It's got roasted tomatillo & green pepper. This flavoring will give the tofu a more "chickeny" taste, there's also a great cumin & tomato variety that will give the tofu the "ground beef" flavor we all love in tacos!
(4) Cook for 7 minutes, remove from heat.
I also whipped up a quick guacamole with an avocado, 1/2 white onion, 1/2 tsp garlic, pinch salt, pinch cracked black pepper, 1 tbsp lemon juice. Throw in the food processor and you're done.
store-bought fresh salsa
1/2 can of corn, seasoned with a bit of cracked pepper and lime juice
2 low-carb whole wheat tortillas, burnt over the grill (you could just use your stove too!)