Holy Dina, I’m in love with this Vegan
This salsa was introduced to me via my sister (from a friend of hers). I’ve adjusted some of the measurements and changed a few ingredients but if we ever find where the base recipe is from I’ll definitely give a shout out to the creator because it is AMAZING. Adam likes to just sit with tortilla chips and dig into a big bowl of this salsa. It makes you feel like you are sitting right on the beach in Mexico (bring on the margaritas!).
You can get plantain at most grocery stores and it is so delicious roasted, tossed with oil and a little maple syrup. I’m drooling just thinking about it. This dish involved a lot of fine chopping especially for the salsa. But after that, you mostly just throw everything into a bowl and enjoy all the flavours as they meld together.
here are a few reasons why I love this savoury vegan burrito bowl, so listen up!
- It takes no time at all to make. Less than an hour for a delicious well-rounded meal- I’m in.
- In my opinion, it isn’t super common to cook with plantains in Canada. Probably because they aren’t native to the land, but boy are they delish! I could eat these roasted plantains in a bowl by themselves! But I’m not sure if people would be just as excited about a plantain bowl as they would this bowl. I mean we got a whole group of goodness going on in this Mexican bowl.
- I know I raved about this mango salsa earlier, but it is too good not to go on about it. If you aren’t up for the other chopping that goes into making this vegan burrito bowl then stop at the salsa. Simply, grab a bag of tortilla chips and dive right into this salsa-dinner made.
Give this vegan burrito bowl a whirl as it is an easy weeknight meal that can be quickly thrown together. This vegan bowl will take you away like you’re on vacay and have you yelling for más.