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Donna's Newest Recipes
Veggie Chalupa


Prepared corn tortillas
Prepared package of guacamole
1 package frozen broccoli and cauliflower or what ever frozen vegetables
you prefer.
Plain Yogurt
1 Lime

    Set frozen vegetable out about an hour ahead of time. Add tofu that has been diced into small squares. Cook this with the vegetables on a steamer in a covered pan for a very short time,  just enough to heat through.
    The packages of guacamole from Albertson's or Wal-Mart come in two individual packs. For three people one package is enough. Open this, squeeze out into a bowl. Mince half an onion into very small bits. Mix this with the guacamole. Be sure you check the way the guacamole is prepared. Some are spicy and these my husband does not like. For ladies you may want to leave the onion out.
    Cut tomato up into minced bits.
    This recipe is for 3 or 4 people. If you have more  it is a good idea to heat your corn tortillas on a grill or a very large skillet. Just warm the tortillas until they are soft and not crispy. A very small amount of olive oil on the grill will be enough. Put one of these on each plate. Cover with vegetables and tofu. Sprinkle with tomato bits and add a dollop of yogurt in the middle. The lime you have sliced and cut the slices in half. Center the half slice of lime in the middle of the yogurt so it is standing up. Garnish with a fresh mint leaf from your herb garden.

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