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Easy Plant-Based Enchiladas (sos-free)

Easy plant-based enchiladas are an weekend staple in our home.

I love this dish because the end product tastes amazing and is very impressive with little work. Blending simple ingredients and assembling really is the most complex part of this recipe.

I usually pair the enchiladas with a chopped salad covered in our dressing. I can't wait for you to try this recipe out. The entire family will really enjoy this recipe!

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Easy Plant-Based Enchiladas (sos-free)
By: The Jaroudi Family 


Enchiladas Sauce
4 cups of vegetable broth 
¼ cup arrowroot powder (or corn starch / tapioca starch) 
¼ cup tomato paste 
1 cup roasted red bell pepper 
1 tbsp white miso paste 
1 tbsp chili powder 
1 tbsp garlic powder 
1 tbsp onion powder 
1 tsp oregano 
Dash of black pepper 

Enchilada Filling 
1 – 15 oz can of black beans (rinsed and drained) 
1 – 15 oz can of kidney beans (rinsed and drained)
1 cup cooked whole grain (we like oat groats, bulgur wheat, farro) 
2 cups cauliflower rice 

10 corn tortillas 

Preheat oven to 400 degrees

In a high-speed blender mix together all if the enchilada sauce ingredients. Blend until smooth. 
Set enchilada sauce on the side. 

Blend half of the beans in a high-speed blender until a refried bean texture. 

Mix the whole grain, cauliflower rice, and remainder of the whole beans in a large bowl. 

In a large casserole pan add ½ cup of enchilada sauce to the bottom. 

Assemble the enchiladas – spread the bean mixture to corn tortillas and add a bit of the enchilada filling. 

Roll and place seam side down. Keep going till all enchiladas are added to the casserole dish. 

Pour ½ of the enchilada sauce down the middle.

Bake for 25 minutes covered.  *For a crispier enchilada uncover and bake for an additional 10 minutes. 

After baking serve with leftover enchilada sauce. You can thicken the remaining sauce by whisking in a small pot on medium-high heat for around 4 minutes (or until sauce thickens).

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