Smoky Cauliflower Tacos (with Blender Romesco Sauce)

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Meatless Monday meets Taco Tuesday with this delicious recipe for cauliflower tacos. Even your biggest meat-lover won't miss a thing!
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We’ve got a new all-time favorite meatless meal, and I am excited to share it with you today! I don’t normally like to call for “special ingredients” in any of my recipes, but the smoked salt is an exception to the rule. And for a good reason. BUT you could totally sub regular salt if you don’t feel like buying something extra (and you don’t regularly experience FOMO – haha), but I really can’t recommend it enough both here and the one other time I’ve called for it (in our wing recipe). See it won’t go to waste! And it really does take this recipe from really good to amazing … can’t wait to hear what you think of it.

Even your biggest meat lovers will not be missing a thing with these vegetarian tacos … I’ve seriously never seen my kids scarf down veggies so fast! Oh and this is a great recipe to double while you’re at it (just the cauliflower since you’ll already have extra sauce). They are just as tasty the next day and, as we’ve discussed, when you cook from scratch this often—leftovers are the bomb!Smoky Cauliflower Tacos on 100 Days of Real Food

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    1. It will definitely change the flavor all together, but could be just as good! Let us know if you try it. – Nicole

  1. My husband can’t eat almonds – do you think there is a substitute or would it be ok without? Or peanuts?

  2. I wonder how it would be to use some smoked paprika and regular salt. I already have smoked paprika in my spice cabinet.

  3. This looks great! Can’t wait to make it for dinner tonight. One suggestion…add the corn tortillas to your list of ingredients. Thank you!

  4. 5 stars
    Made this last night and loved it! I forgot to buy pimentos so I subbed a handful of pimento stuffed olives, which was delicious. We used a small package of cauliflower so have a ton of leftover sauce, any suggestions on how to best use it?