3-Ingredient grain-free, low-carb, keto soft tortillas stuffed with taco meat, zucchini salsa and keto MCT guacamole.
Keto tacos. Soft tortilla tacos. Paleo-friendly, grain-free, corn-free, keto soft tortilla tacos. No almond flour, no coconut flour. Yes. I said it. It’s happening, right here! And these soft tortillas only have 3 ingredients!
You’ve told me that some of the keto recipes I’ve shared with you use some ingredients that you don’t have access to. So, I’ve simplified it today. You should have access to every single ingredient for these keto and grain-free tortillas, including all of the keto sauces, keto taco meat seasonings and toppings to go along with it.
As a grain-free, keto gal (corn is a grain, too!), the thought of scooping copious amounts of taco meat on a soft tortilla is a distant memory. Taco salads don’t count. A taco salad is not a taco. It may taste like a taco, it may smell like a taco, but without a tortilla it is not a taco, it’s a salad.
Now all of us keto-loving, grain-free, paleo-following folk can dine on an epic keto taco with an actual soft tortilla. They’re crispy, they’re chewy, they’re keto tortilla perfection if you ask me.
The great thing about these keto tortillas? They don’t get soggy. You can pack them for you lunch the night before, stuff them with all the good stuff and they’ll be just as good the next day.
Allergy to eggs?… have a taco salad… just kidding! If you’re allergic to eggs, it may just be the egg white. You could try this recipe with egg yolk. If you do, let me know how it goes.
For the grain-free soft tortillas: Add a drizzle of avocado oil to your cast iron pan and heat over medium for 1-2 minutes. Meanwhile, whisk egg white, cream of tartar and lime zest. Pour into preheated pan, roll around until circular. Cover pan with a lid and cook for 2-3 minutes. Remove cover, flip and cook another 2-3 minutes, no cover. Fold in half and remove to a cooling rack. Repeat until you’ve made enough tortillas to make you happy.
For taco beef: add all ingredients to a pan and saute until beef is fully cooked through.
For zucchini salsa: add all ingredients in a bowl. Toss to combine and set aside.
For MCT guacamole: add all ingredients into the jug of your blender and pulse quickly, until chopped and combined. Or, mash in a bowl.
To assemble tacos: hold tortilla in the palm of your hand and fill starting with taco meat. Enjoy!
Avocado oil: if you don’t want to use avocado oil to fry with, leaf lard works great, or coconut oil.
Cast iron pan: I used a 10-inch cast iron pan that I’ve had for 8 years and I love to pieces.
Vitamin C crystals: are used to prevent the avocado from browning. Works like a charm
View Nutrition Information (once on page, scroll down)What to do with all the leftover egg yolks? I like to freeze them individually in a silicon tray and add them to my Keto Rocket Fuel Latte. Or, use them as a base to Delectable Keto Bacon Mayo. Or you could make keto pudding!
For the meat, I used grass-fed regular ground beef. You could use any meat here. Turkey, chicken, pork, whatever you’d like.
I used lime zest in the tortillas for extra kick.
You can pile the toppings on these grain-free, keto soft tortillas, they’re very strong and sturdy. They won’t break!
Fold and dig in! I hope you and your family enjoy these keto tortillas as much as Kevin and I are!