Healthy and delicious whether you’re a meat-eater, flexitarian or vegetarian, Kiwi brand Bean Supreme has introduced three delicious additions to their plant-based range. Bean Supreme’s Quinoa & Mushroom Burger, Supremely Savoury Sausages, and Wholefood Mince are both big on flavour and nutrition.
As well as being packed with easily recognised ingredients, Bean Supreme’s products are also free of palm oil and GMO soy, ensuring you are helping care for the environment too.
“Our three new products have followed a simple philosophy and process. They’re not pretending to be meat – because they can be delicious and nutritious in their own right, while being a little kinder to the planet” says Paul Johnston, founder of Bean Supreme.
Over the coming weeks we’ll be sharing some delicious new easy-cook recipes to whip up at home. First up, wholefood Mexican tacos!
Plant-based wholefood Mexican tacos
- 1 x pack Bean Supreme Wholefood Mince
- 1 Tbsp each spices – ground cumin, paprika, chilli, coriander, dried oregano
- ½ tin crushed tomatoes
- Soft flour tacos
- Lettuce / baby spinach
- 1x onion
- 1x clove garlic
- Fresh chilli
- Vegetable oil
- BBQ sauce (optional)
- Preheat medium fry pan with 2 tsp of vegetable oil.
- Sauté off one diced white onion and one crushed glove of fresh garlic.
- Add one packet of Bean Supreme Wholefood Mince and sauté for 2-3 minutes, stirring constantly.
- Add 1 Tbsp. of your favourite mixed Mexican spices such as ground cumin, paprika, chilli, coriander, dried oregano. Then sauté for another minute.
- Add half a tin of crushed tomatoes and simmer for 3-4 minutes until the sauce thickens.
- Season to taste with salt and pepper. You can also add a Tbsp. of BBQ sauce for a more Tex Mex flavour.
- Take a soft flour taco, add lettuce or baby spinach mix, avocado, salsa and any of your other favourite toppings.
You can now add this mince mix alongside your favourite taco fillings such as coleslaw, fresh capsicum, cheese, refried beans, sour cream, fresh coriander.
If you want to take this mix and turn it into nachos simply add a tin of drained black beans or kidney beans when you add the crushed tomatoes.