Friday, August 27, 2010

What's For Dinner: Deconstructed Taco Salad

D and I opted to head up to Happy Jack for a quick hike after work this evening, so we didn't get home until after 8p. By then I was a little hungry (to say the least), but luckily I had set some rice to cook in the rice cooker before we left home, so at least we wouldn't have to start dinner from scratch. Since I had some leftover onion and red pepper from last night's pasta primavera, I decided to saute them up with some mushrooms to add to a taco salad. While I sauteed up the veggies, D browned up some chorizo sausage on the stovetop. To make my deconstructed salad, I started with a bed of baby spinach leaves, added shredded mozzarella cheese, some crumbled tostada shells, chopped heirloom tomato, and sauteed veggies and mushrooms. I topped the whole thing with the chorizo sausage, salsa, and a small spoonful of Greek yogurt. I also plopped a scoop of fresh guacamole and refried beans on the side.
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