Stir Fried Vegetables In Tortilla Bowls

If this looks familiar it’s because this sort of dish pops up from time to time in the menu rotation and gets mentioned in the blog, and that, of course, is because it is so good.

Mushrooms were cooked first with avocado oil at medium high heat.

Vegetable bowl

 

The browned mushrooms were removed from the pan and set aside. The same pan, with a little more avocado oil, was used to sauté onion, Serrano chiles, cumin seeds and kosher salt.

Vegetable bowl

 

Garlic and zucchini were added.

Vegetable bowl

Vegetable bowl

Vegetable bowl

 

Meanwhile, fresh spinach had been blanched, rinsed in cold water, squeezed, roughly chopped and added into the pan along with the previously cooked mushrooms.

Vegetable bowl

Vegetable bowl

 

Tortillas, sprayed on both sides with olive oil cooking spray, were softened in the microwave for twenty seconds then draped over inverted stainless steel mixing bowls. These were baked in a 350ºF oven.  I neglected to keep an eye on these and they got little browner than intended, but they were still good.

Vegetable bowl

Vegetable bowl

 

The stir fried vegetables were served in baked tortilla bowls with added avocado wedges, cherry tomatoes, avocado cilantro sauce and home made fermented hot sauce.

Vegetable bowl

Vegetable bowl



 

 


14 thoughts on “Stir Fried Vegetables In Tortilla Bowls

  1. A vegetable mélange can be soooo delicious without seeming to be as nutritious as it actually is. Baking the bowls is definitely a plus to frying, but home-frying of same would be out of the question. About every five years, I get a taco bowl at a Mexican restaurant and go for the deep-fried variety. That seems to be frequently enough! ;->

    Virtual hugs,

    Judie

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