February 13, 2009

Eco Food Friday: Organic Blue Corn Shells Make Great Vegetarian Tacos

bluecorntacoshells.jpg Vegetarian tacos made with Little Bear Organic Blue Taco Shells are my daughter's favorite dinner. We cook beans with onions and zucchini, then top them with cheese, salso, avocado, lettuce, and tomatoes in the blue corn shells.
Our blue corn is a naturally blue strain of corn that was indigenous to the Pueblo Indian tribes of the Southwest. the corn is freshly stoneground into a dough called Masa. The masa is formed into shells and cooked in expeller pressed high oleic oil, an especially high quality oil that retains its freshness longer than most other oils.

These organic taco shells have a nuttier flavor from the blue corn, and they are are fun to eat because they are unusual.

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Posted by Jennifer Lance at February 13, 2009 11:30 AM

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