Sometimes, half the fun of creating paleo recipes is seeing how far you can push yourself. Trying to recreate a recipe that contains grains, dairy and beans was potentially going to be a tough call, but, we think we've achieved a remarkably similar dish.
Nachos had been a big family favourite here for many years - we do like our TexMex food - but I couldn't see how I was ever going to be able to recreate them. That is until the wonder that is Primal Magic Dough came into our lives!
It is so versatile that you can use it to make soft enchiladas and crunchy nachos, how awesome is that? Find out how to do it with our easy recipe and tutorial below.
Believe it or not this gluten free nacho recipe contains the cruciferously wonder vegetable, cauliflower! You should know by now that I will try to sneak in some cauli anywhere I can - haven't tried it in a cake yet though...hmm, there's a challenge!
Cauliflower is packed with vitamin C and other goodies; plus they are known to have several anti cancer properties as well as being good for heart health.
The enchilada sauce is made using passata and tomato puree so is packed full of lycopene - a carotenoid phytonutrient that is reputedly good for heart health and a potential cancer inhibitor, as well as helping to prevent exercise induced asthma.
Research findings have still to prove these benefits conclusively however.
For the tortillas
For the nacho sauce
For the topping
If my eldest daughter and I hadn't developed an allergy to avocados, I would serve the nachos with guacamole and perhaps some soured cream if you follow a more primal style of diet.
Here is a photo of the primal version, topped here with a spicy mexicana cheese for added heat!
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