One of those days where I have no idea what we’ll have for dinner, but then it turns out pretty awesome! The original idea was everything stuffed into taco shells but I always stuff them way too much and it all falls apart so instead I put it all in a bowl and mixed it all together.
For cauliflower: 1 head cauliflower
Frank’s Hot Buffalo Sauce*
Other Ingredients: Rice
Re-fried Black Beans
Multi Colored Bell Peppers
Black Bean & Corn Salsa
Blue Corn Taco Shells
Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Chop cauliflower into bite sized pieces and put into a large bowl. Drizzle a generous amount of buffalo sauce on top and mix all together until every piece of cauliflower is covered completely. Add more sauce as needed. Roast cauliflower in single layer on baking sheet for 20-25 minutes or until easily pierced with fork and a little browned.
Cook the rice while cauliflower is roasting; I like to make extra rice so I have some for another meal the next day. Chop peppers into small pieces and cook in pan on stove. Add onion too if you want, I just didn’t have any on hand. I have a large cast iron skillet, so when the peppers were soft and slightly browned, I moved them to the side of the skillet and added the re-fried black beans to the other side just to warm them up.
Once everything was ready, I started with breaking some taco shells into a bowl, then I added rice, peppers, black beans, cauliflower, greens, and salsa, then more broken shells. This was really easy to prepare and came together quickly!
*If you don’t like spicy, use your favorite mild taco sauce.