Meat Free Tacos 🌮

Prep Time: 10 minutes. Cook Time: 20 minutes. Serves: 2-3


Tacos are one of our go to lunches for summer as they're super light but tasty! They're so fun to make and of course assemble with all those delicious fillings! We made a meat free version using Quorn mince and we packed in so much flavour, that delicious Mexican inspired spicy seasoning is what makes this mince come alive and is definitely a treat for your tastebuds! With tacos being so versatile you can use any protein you want or even just more veggies if you prefer so you really don't have any limitations when making this dish. To try our homemade veggie version see our recipe below:


Ingredients Needed:


- 1 pack of 12 tacos

- 1 large chopped white onion

- 300g quorn mince

- 1 tsp onion powder

- 1 tsp garlic powder

- 1 tsp paprika

- 1 tsp cumin

- 1/2 tsp salt

- 1tsp pepper

- 1 tsp chilli powder

- 1/2 tsp dried herbs

- 1/2 wedge of lime juice

- Spinach/lettuce (garnish)

- Chopped cherry tomatoes (garnish)

- Chopped onion (garnish)

- Grated cheese

- Salsa 

- Guacamole

- Sour cream




1) Start off by getting a large pan and adding in a tbsp of oil then add in 1 large chopped onion and fry until soft then add in your Quorn mince and cook for about 10 minutes on a medium heat. Then once your Quorn mince is almost cooked, add in the spices and 100ml of water and stir through. Let this simmer for about 10 minutes but make sure you stir occasionally. 


2) Next preheat your oven to gas mark 4/ 350F/ 180C. Then after a few minutes places the tacos flat side down on a large baking tray and bake on each side for 2 minutes. 


3) Once your tacos are ready, fill them up with the mince then add some salad on top, then the cheese and the dips and sauces of your choice. Take a bite and enjoy that crunch and all those wonderful textures and flavours!


Let's taco-bout how wonderful these are...light, tasty and fun...what more could you want from a summer lunch? Absolutely spec-taco-lar 🌮 😊! 

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