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A vegetarian option for taco lovers!

Courtesy La Victoria

If you're a big taco fan but trying to cut back on meat, this is an excellent recipe. Don't let the long list of ingredients over-whelm you. It's well worth it!

Ingredients

  • 6 guajillo chilies
  • 1 chipotle chili
  • 4 ancho chilies
  • 1 Cup grapeseed oil
  • 1 Cup boiling water
  • 8 whole all spice seeds
  • 1 Teaspoon ground cumin
  • 1 Tablespoon dried Mexican oregano
  • 5 cloves garlic
  • 2 Tablespoons sugar
  • 2 whole Roma tomatoes, pan roasted or carefully broiled until skin blisters, then peeled
  • 1/2 Cup apple cider vinegar
  • 1/2 Teaspoon freshly ground pepper
  • 1/2 Tablespoon salt
  • 2 whole Delicata squash, skin on
  • Salt and fresh black pepper
  • 6 small corn tortillas
  • 8 Ounces dairy-free Daiya Pepperjack Style Shredded cheeze
  • 1 Tablespoon grapeseed oil
  • LA VICTORIA® Red taco Sauce Medium
  • 4 Ounces arugula

Chipotle Squash Tacos

Here’s something a little different. Squash Tacos. Did I simply wake up one morning with the idea of transforming squash into tiny fritters as a filling for soft tacos? Not exactly. Let me provide some context for this recipe…

A friend of mine called me and said she had a large organic acorn squash grown by a relative of hers. She said it was too big for her to eat herself so she would cut it in half and give me the rest. She brought it over and when I saw it I thought, “Wow!” Large was quite the understatement. The thing was GINORMOUS!! The thing almost took up half of my kitchen table! (And keep in mind, I only had HALF of it!) I’ve provided a picture of it in case you don’t believe me. But you would have believed me anyway, right?

Here it is sitting next to a normal acorn squash. The thing’s like King Kong! And kind of a strange looking acorn squash at that…like some kind of mutant squash. But it tasted AMAZING! The flesh was super flavorful and sweet.

So here I had this gigantic mutant squash that I had to figure out how to use. I immediately set to work making a sweet acorn squash tea bread and a creamy squash soup. After making two things with this monster squash I still had half of it left. So the next day I made some squash burgers…and, you got it, STILL had some left! Well, I happened to be craving something Mexican. I looked at the leftover squash patties I had made and envisioned some mini versions of it made with traditional Mexican ingredients, including smokey chipotle chilies. I pictured them sizzling in hot oil, crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, and making a great filling for a vegetarian taco. So I set to work again. And finally, FINALLY, the rest of the squash was used! Here was the result of this final venture:


Chipotle Squash Tacos

Here’s something a little different. Squash Tacos. Did I simply wake up one morning with the idea of transforming squash into tiny fritters as a filling for soft tacos? Not exactly. Let me provide some context for this recipe…

A friend of mine called me and said she had a large organic acorn squash grown by a relative of hers. She said it was too big for her to eat herself so she would cut it in half and give me the rest. She brought it over and when I saw it I thought, “Wow!” Large was quite the understatement. The thing was GINORMOUS!! The thing almost took up half of my kitchen table! (And keep in mind, I only had HALF of it!) I’ve provided a picture of it in case you don’t believe me. But you would have believed me anyway, right?

Here it is sitting next to a normal acorn squash. The thing’s like King Kong! And kind of a strange looking acorn squash at that…like some kind of mutant squash. But it tasted AMAZING! The flesh was super flavorful and sweet.

So here I had this gigantic mutant squash that I had to figure out how to use. I immediately set to work making a sweet acorn squash tea bread and a creamy squash soup. After making two things with this monster squash I still had half of it left. So the next day I made some squash burgers…and, you got it, STILL had some left! Well, I happened to be craving something Mexican. I looked at the leftover squash patties I had made and envisioned some mini versions of it made with traditional Mexican ingredients, including smokey chipotle chilies. I pictured them sizzling in hot oil, crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, and making a great filling for a vegetarian taco. So I set to work again. And finally, FINALLY, the rest of the squash was used! Here was the result of this final venture:


Chipotle Squash Tacos

Here’s something a little different. Squash Tacos. Did I simply wake up one morning with the idea of transforming squash into tiny fritters as a filling for soft tacos? Not exactly. Let me provide some context for this recipe…

A friend of mine called me and said she had a large organic acorn squash grown by a relative of hers. She said it was too big for her to eat herself so she would cut it in half and give me the rest. She brought it over and when I saw it I thought, “Wow!” Large was quite the understatement. The thing was GINORMOUS!! The thing almost took up half of my kitchen table! (And keep in mind, I only had HALF of it!) I’ve provided a picture of it in case you don’t believe me. But you would have believed me anyway, right?

Here it is sitting next to a normal acorn squash. The thing’s like King Kong! And kind of a strange looking acorn squash at that…like some kind of mutant squash. But it tasted AMAZING! The flesh was super flavorful and sweet.

So here I had this gigantic mutant squash that I had to figure out how to use. I immediately set to work making a sweet acorn squash tea bread and a creamy squash soup. After making two things with this monster squash I still had half of it left. So the next day I made some squash burgers…and, you got it, STILL had some left! Well, I happened to be craving something Mexican. I looked at the leftover squash patties I had made and envisioned some mini versions of it made with traditional Mexican ingredients, including smokey chipotle chilies. I pictured them sizzling in hot oil, crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, and making a great filling for a vegetarian taco. So I set to work again. And finally, FINALLY, the rest of the squash was used! Here was the result of this final venture:


Chipotle Squash Tacos

Here’s something a little different. Squash Tacos. Did I simply wake up one morning with the idea of transforming squash into tiny fritters as a filling for soft tacos? Not exactly. Let me provide some context for this recipe…

A friend of mine called me and said she had a large organic acorn squash grown by a relative of hers. She said it was too big for her to eat herself so she would cut it in half and give me the rest. She brought it over and when I saw it I thought, “Wow!” Large was quite the understatement. The thing was GINORMOUS!! The thing almost took up half of my kitchen table! (And keep in mind, I only had HALF of it!) I’ve provided a picture of it in case you don’t believe me. But you would have believed me anyway, right?

Here it is sitting next to a normal acorn squash. The thing’s like King Kong! And kind of a strange looking acorn squash at that…like some kind of mutant squash. But it tasted AMAZING! The flesh was super flavorful and sweet.

So here I had this gigantic mutant squash that I had to figure out how to use. I immediately set to work making a sweet acorn squash tea bread and a creamy squash soup. After making two things with this monster squash I still had half of it left. So the next day I made some squash burgers…and, you got it, STILL had some left! Well, I happened to be craving something Mexican. I looked at the leftover squash patties I had made and envisioned some mini versions of it made with traditional Mexican ingredients, including smokey chipotle chilies. I pictured them sizzling in hot oil, crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, and making a great filling for a vegetarian taco. So I set to work again. And finally, FINALLY, the rest of the squash was used! Here was the result of this final venture:


Chipotle Squash Tacos

Here’s something a little different. Squash Tacos. Did I simply wake up one morning with the idea of transforming squash into tiny fritters as a filling for soft tacos? Not exactly. Let me provide some context for this recipe…

A friend of mine called me and said she had a large organic acorn squash grown by a relative of hers. She said it was too big for her to eat herself so she would cut it in half and give me the rest. She brought it over and when I saw it I thought, “Wow!” Large was quite the understatement. The thing was GINORMOUS!! The thing almost took up half of my kitchen table! (And keep in mind, I only had HALF of it!) I’ve provided a picture of it in case you don’t believe me. But you would have believed me anyway, right?

Here it is sitting next to a normal acorn squash. The thing’s like King Kong! And kind of a strange looking acorn squash at that…like some kind of mutant squash. But it tasted AMAZING! The flesh was super flavorful and sweet.

So here I had this gigantic mutant squash that I had to figure out how to use. I immediately set to work making a sweet acorn squash tea bread and a creamy squash soup. After making two things with this monster squash I still had half of it left. So the next day I made some squash burgers…and, you got it, STILL had some left! Well, I happened to be craving something Mexican. I looked at the leftover squash patties I had made and envisioned some mini versions of it made with traditional Mexican ingredients, including smokey chipotle chilies. I pictured them sizzling in hot oil, crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, and making a great filling for a vegetarian taco. So I set to work again. And finally, FINALLY, the rest of the squash was used! Here was the result of this final venture:


Chipotle Squash Tacos

Here’s something a little different. Squash Tacos. Did I simply wake up one morning with the idea of transforming squash into tiny fritters as a filling for soft tacos? Not exactly. Let me provide some context for this recipe…

A friend of mine called me and said she had a large organic acorn squash grown by a relative of hers. She said it was too big for her to eat herself so she would cut it in half and give me the rest. She brought it over and when I saw it I thought, “Wow!” Large was quite the understatement. The thing was GINORMOUS!! The thing almost took up half of my kitchen table! (And keep in mind, I only had HALF of it!) I’ve provided a picture of it in case you don’t believe me. But you would have believed me anyway, right?

Here it is sitting next to a normal acorn squash. The thing’s like King Kong! And kind of a strange looking acorn squash at that…like some kind of mutant squash. But it tasted AMAZING! The flesh was super flavorful and sweet.

So here I had this gigantic mutant squash that I had to figure out how to use. I immediately set to work making a sweet acorn squash tea bread and a creamy squash soup. After making two things with this monster squash I still had half of it left. So the next day I made some squash burgers…and, you got it, STILL had some left! Well, I happened to be craving something Mexican. I looked at the leftover squash patties I had made and envisioned some mini versions of it made with traditional Mexican ingredients, including smokey chipotle chilies. I pictured them sizzling in hot oil, crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, and making a great filling for a vegetarian taco. So I set to work again. And finally, FINALLY, the rest of the squash was used! Here was the result of this final venture:


Chipotle Squash Tacos

Here’s something a little different. Squash Tacos. Did I simply wake up one morning with the idea of transforming squash into tiny fritters as a filling for soft tacos? Not exactly. Let me provide some context for this recipe…

A friend of mine called me and said she had a large organic acorn squash grown by a relative of hers. She said it was too big for her to eat herself so she would cut it in half and give me the rest. She brought it over and when I saw it I thought, “Wow!” Large was quite the understatement. The thing was GINORMOUS!! The thing almost took up half of my kitchen table! (And keep in mind, I only had HALF of it!) I’ve provided a picture of it in case you don’t believe me. But you would have believed me anyway, right?

Here it is sitting next to a normal acorn squash. The thing’s like King Kong! And kind of a strange looking acorn squash at that…like some kind of mutant squash. But it tasted AMAZING! The flesh was super flavorful and sweet.

So here I had this gigantic mutant squash that I had to figure out how to use. I immediately set to work making a sweet acorn squash tea bread and a creamy squash soup. After making two things with this monster squash I still had half of it left. So the next day I made some squash burgers…and, you got it, STILL had some left! Well, I happened to be craving something Mexican. I looked at the leftover squash patties I had made and envisioned some mini versions of it made with traditional Mexican ingredients, including smokey chipotle chilies. I pictured them sizzling in hot oil, crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, and making a great filling for a vegetarian taco. So I set to work again. And finally, FINALLY, the rest of the squash was used! Here was the result of this final venture:


Chipotle Squash Tacos

Here’s something a little different. Squash Tacos. Did I simply wake up one morning with the idea of transforming squash into tiny fritters as a filling for soft tacos? Not exactly. Let me provide some context for this recipe…

A friend of mine called me and said she had a large organic acorn squash grown by a relative of hers. She said it was too big for her to eat herself so she would cut it in half and give me the rest. She brought it over and when I saw it I thought, “Wow!” Large was quite the understatement. The thing was GINORMOUS!! The thing almost took up half of my kitchen table! (And keep in mind, I only had HALF of it!) I’ve provided a picture of it in case you don’t believe me. But you would have believed me anyway, right?

Here it is sitting next to a normal acorn squash. The thing’s like King Kong! And kind of a strange looking acorn squash at that…like some kind of mutant squash. But it tasted AMAZING! The flesh was super flavorful and sweet.

So here I had this gigantic mutant squash that I had to figure out how to use. I immediately set to work making a sweet acorn squash tea bread and a creamy squash soup. After making two things with this monster squash I still had half of it left. So the next day I made some squash burgers…and, you got it, STILL had some left! Well, I happened to be craving something Mexican. I looked at the leftover squash patties I had made and envisioned some mini versions of it made with traditional Mexican ingredients, including smokey chipotle chilies. I pictured them sizzling in hot oil, crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, and making a great filling for a vegetarian taco. So I set to work again. And finally, FINALLY, the rest of the squash was used! Here was the result of this final venture:


Chipotle Squash Tacos

Here’s something a little different. Squash Tacos. Did I simply wake up one morning with the idea of transforming squash into tiny fritters as a filling for soft tacos? Not exactly. Let me provide some context for this recipe…

A friend of mine called me and said she had a large organic acorn squash grown by a relative of hers. She said it was too big for her to eat herself so she would cut it in half and give me the rest. She brought it over and when I saw it I thought, “Wow!” Large was quite the understatement. The thing was GINORMOUS!! The thing almost took up half of my kitchen table! (And keep in mind, I only had HALF of it!) I’ve provided a picture of it in case you don’t believe me. But you would have believed me anyway, right?

Here it is sitting next to a normal acorn squash. The thing’s like King Kong! And kind of a strange looking acorn squash at that…like some kind of mutant squash. But it tasted AMAZING! The flesh was super flavorful and sweet.

So here I had this gigantic mutant squash that I had to figure out how to use. I immediately set to work making a sweet acorn squash tea bread and a creamy squash soup. After making two things with this monster squash I still had half of it left. So the next day I made some squash burgers…and, you got it, STILL had some left! Well, I happened to be craving something Mexican. I looked at the leftover squash patties I had made and envisioned some mini versions of it made with traditional Mexican ingredients, including smokey chipotle chilies. I pictured them sizzling in hot oil, crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, and making a great filling for a vegetarian taco. So I set to work again. And finally, FINALLY, the rest of the squash was used! Here was the result of this final venture:


Chipotle Squash Tacos

Here’s something a little different. Squash Tacos. Did I simply wake up one morning with the idea of transforming squash into tiny fritters as a filling for soft tacos? Not exactly. Let me provide some context for this recipe…

A friend of mine called me and said she had a large organic acorn squash grown by a relative of hers. She said it was too big for her to eat herself so she would cut it in half and give me the rest. She brought it over and when I saw it I thought, “Wow!” Large was quite the understatement. The thing was GINORMOUS!! The thing almost took up half of my kitchen table! (And keep in mind, I only had HALF of it!) I’ve provided a picture of it in case you don’t believe me. But you would have believed me anyway, right?

Here it is sitting next to a normal acorn squash. The thing’s like King Kong! And kind of a strange looking acorn squash at that…like some kind of mutant squash. But it tasted AMAZING! The flesh was super flavorful and sweet.

So here I had this gigantic mutant squash that I had to figure out how to use. I immediately set to work making a sweet acorn squash tea bread and a creamy squash soup. After making two things with this monster squash I still had half of it left. So the next day I made some squash burgers…and, you got it, STILL had some left! Well, I happened to be craving something Mexican. I looked at the leftover squash patties I had made and envisioned some mini versions of it made with traditional Mexican ingredients, including smokey chipotle chilies. I pictured them sizzling in hot oil, crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, and making a great filling for a vegetarian taco. So I set to work again. And finally, FINALLY, the rest of the squash was used! Here was the result of this final venture:


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