Vegan Fajitas

If you are looking for an easy way to eat your greens this is your recipe!! It’s super easy and delicious and you can create your own variations, it’s just about getting creative. Take note:

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INGREDIENTS

6 tbsp of chickpea flour

12 tbsp of water (more or less)

1 aubergine

1 zucchini

3 tbsp tahini

1 carrot

handful of cherry tomatoes

handful of fresh spinach

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DIRECTIONS

First you will need to mix the chickpea flour with water, be careful with this step because you want a crêpe/waffle consistency. I’d recommend that you add each tablespoon and mix well until you get it right. If you have put too much water, you can always add more flour!

Place a non stick pan to high heat and wait until it’s very hot. Then add some of the mixture and wait for 2 min. until it’s cooked. Flip the fajita and cook on the other side. (Exactly as if you were doing crêpes).

Once you have the fajita it’s time for the filling. I decided to add some grilled aubergine and zucchini (I just left them in a pan for 10 min. until they were cooked).

Place one fajita in the plate and add the fresh spinach, the carrot, the grilled aubergine and zucchini. Add one tablespoon of tahini and sprinkle some cherry tomatoes on top!!

There you go. Super easy and delicious!!

P.S. Make sure to check out my cookbook where I share +40 plant based vegan mediterranean recipes!! And my Youtube chanel where you can see what I’m up to!!

Enjoy your Sunday!!

Anna

xx

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