Ok, I used ground lean beef instead of the meatless crumbles, but otherwise was true to the recipe. Very, very good. The family just snarfed it down.
A good vegetarian diet is likely to be * lighter and less stressful for the body to deal with; * more readily digested and absorbed, and therefore more nutritious; * lower in saturated fat; and * devoid of excess animal protein, a major cause of calcium loss, osteoporosis and other degenerative diseases.
This is my go to hearty vegetarian dish. Wonderful!
Really like this. The filling made enough for two of us with extras to freeze. I added a bit of vegetable stock and a couple tablespoons of tomato paste to increase the sauce. Also sauteed fresh garlic with the onions and added cumin and dried oregano, while it was cooking. Tasty!
This was a great recipe - easy to assemble, a nice summer meal, and a lot of flavor. I didn't use the meatless crumbles - there was plenty of "base" for the nachos with the beans, tomatoes & veggies. We'll be having these regularly.
Very good! I don't know that, if I ate meat, I'd be able to tell the difference. Has a nice smokey spice to it which is good but not overpowering. I only added onion & ommitted the bell pepper. Served these as soft taco filling on a whole wheat tortilla w/ homemade guac. Makes alot - at least enough for the 6 servings mentioned.
My husband, a total meat and potatoes guy, and I loved this dish! I couldn't find just plain meatless crumbles, but I did find a "sloppy joe" vegetarian mix with soy crumbles, which worked great. We had these nachos for dinner two nights in a row and were really pleased with the flavor. Yum!
Oh, so yummy & so much flavor!
It was super easy, fast and delicious! My husband loved it too! Definitely added more chipotle and sauce. Will be making this again for sure.
This dish was delicious! I added more chiles for heat and it was super spicy, but still delectable. We couldn't even tell that the crumbles were meatless. So much flavor in this dish. It's a new family favorite for sure.