The summer heat is officially here in Arizona! When the temperatures rise, so do my cravings for hearty and delicious salads and fresh veggies…
Especially if it means I can skip turning my whole kitchen into an oven when it’s already 100+ degrees outside!
This paleo taco salad recipe is a great way to beat the heat, but still enjoy a really hearty meal filled with fresh greens, protein-rich beef or turkey, and layers of both cool and spicy flavors.
This one’s really very easy to throw together and it’s one of those 100% paleo dishes I’m sure your family or friends will love.
Did I mention I’m a big taco salad fan? Truth is, just about anything with Latin flavors gets my mouth watering. I really enjoyed working this recipe to get everything spiced just right. It’s a south-of-the-border medley of flavors I think you’re really going to like – especially when you top it off with the recipe’s creamy avocado, lime and cilantro sauce. With just one dish you’ve got yourself a real Mexican-inspired feast.
I know some paleo peeps aren’t big on salads, but I hope you give this one a try. Served with fresh organic veggies on a bed of crispy romaine lettuce, this one’s a keeper and a favorite of mine already. In fact, I’m brown-bagging it for lunch today. :)
It’s the perfect meal to serve up when the weather is steaming hot and you’ve got your favorite ice-cold beverage close at hand.
Happy summer paleo cooking my friends! Olé!