broccoli tortillas (paleo and gluten-free)

broccoli tortillas (paleo and gluten-free)


[music] Hey. So things have already gotten pretty kitsch this month of March by doing a green birthday cake, but I’m not quite through with being green yet. So today we’re going to be doing something that I love which are tacos, uhm, and we’re going to be using broccoli for the shells. That’s it, just broccoli. And eggs.. That’s your ingredients list. Plus salt. OK! So, you’re going to be cutting up your broccoli florets into medium-sized pieces. Not too small, because you’re gonna be blending it anyways. Put it into a food processor ideally, but if you’re like me and today you don’t have one you can use a hand mixer. and… [buzzing noise] It’s like a sport. You wanna pulverize this until it’s in very small granules. It can be a little messy. Now, you’re going to take your broccoli and mix it in with one or two eggs If you don’t have like a miniscule-sized broccoli it’s gonna be two eggs. Add a hearty pinch of sea salt These are taco shells after all not just vegetable dough things. [chuckles] mmkay. Pre-heat your oven to 385 degrees Fahrenheit and you’re simply going to spoon out your green goo onto your baking sheet Bake these in the oven for about 12-15 minutes OKK! You know that your tortillas are cooked when they’re kind of browned around the edges and you can pick them up. Look at how green they are! They’re so lovely. Annnnd now I’m gonna prepare my filling. I have cooked a few chicken breasts in cumin, oregano, and cinnamon… and black pepper. and lime juice, which is actually more of a traditional seasoning for Mexico than what we’d get in a Lawry’s packaging And then, on some beautiful plates, I’m going to arrange my green tortillas Then, you’re going to arrange your meat or whatever filling you want That is so St. Patrick’s Day! Not green! Looks like a taco… Mmmm! Mm! This is so good! Ohmygoodness I could eat like ten of these. Easy. …and I probably could, because it’s broccoli. mmm Holy smokes.