- 1 tablespoon canola oil
- 1 yellow onion (medium size, finely chopped, approximately 8 oz)
- 2 cloves garlic (minced)
- 3 tablespoons chili powder
- 2 teaspoons cumin powder
- 2 cups black beans (cooked)
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 2 cups tomato puree (or 1 can 15 oz tomato sauce + ½ cup water)
- 1/2 cup chopped fresh cilantro
- 1 jalapeno pepper (medium size, seeded, finely chopped, approximately 1 oz)
- 8 ounces vegan cheese (Mexican style GoVeggie preferred)
- 14 corn tortillas (5.5-inch, gluten-free if desired)
|Calories420Calories from Fat100|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Andrea Traylor 15 days ago
this was my first time making Vegan food. my son thought it was delicious and had seconds. I was pleased with the finished product. thanks for the recipe.
hannah a month ago
Great! Added some corn and replaced one tsp of Chili with paprika powder.
Janette Garcia a month ago
absolutely amazing recipe that i will definitely be making again! however i didn’t have any chili powder so i used paprika, onion powder, and garlic powder as a substitute
Healty a month ago
Delicious !!! I love it
Michelle 2 months ago
Delicious. I added an extra can of tomatoes as it felt a bit too dry for me
Berry 2 months ago
It came out excellent! I made fresh tortillas & added this recipe to make dinner. Since we have kids, we decided not to add Jalapenos, however wehave plenty of cheese & plan to add sour cream when its done.
Elyse R. 2 months ago
The whole family loved it. This recipe is also very easy to make.
Lucy 2 months ago
Absolutely loved this recipe.
Brayden Spjuth 2 months ago
Used whole wheat tortillas instead of corn and didnt have chili so I used cajun: turned out pretty good! would omit the cilantro next time but thats just because Im not a huge fan of it.
Chloe Simone 2 months ago
It was absolutely amazing
Josh 2 months ago
Easy to make and came out great. It was a hit with everyone!
MV 2 months ago
I decided not to mash the beans and used olive oil... delicious. Every one loved it...
Skye 2 months ago
Great recipe! However very spicy! I recommend half the chili powder if you’re you prefer mild or medium.
Michele Oliver 2 months ago
It was delicious. I took the seeds out of the jalapeños so it wasn’t as spicy. Will definitely make again
Bradford Plasha 3 months ago
spicier than expected, but great flavor and i am not vegan
Pam 3 months ago
They tasted delicious! I used canned tomato purée so the sauce part was very thick but worked fine I will definitely make again!
Halldórsdóttir 3 months ago
Very tasty. My children loved it. I used mozzarella and sour cream nstead of vegan cheese. We had it with Guacamole and fresh salad and it was devine.
H. 3 months ago
tasty. i didnt roll up the tortillas, i made more of a lasagna.
Rhonda Coote 3 months ago
Delicious beyond my expectations!
Kelley Wolf 3 months ago
Very flavorful loved the ingredients
Hana 3 months ago
Loved them! Definitely make again.
Natalie Null 3 months ago
i didn’t use cheese and used an enchilada sauce and they turned out great
Antoinette 3 months ago
I made it less spicy & added nutritional yeast for a more cheesy/nutty flavor. Great & easy recipe!
Rhiannon 3 months ago
Very nice! Changed the recipe a little - added finely chopped shiitake mushrooms in with the onion; used two tins of black beans and half a tin of kidney beans. There wasn’t much sauce so added a small amount of water to loosen the bean mix up.
Laisha Zambrano Z. 3 months ago
Very delicious, although I might’ve cooked the tomato bean mixture too much so I had to make the sauce by just adding the spices to extra puréed tomato. My step father who absolutely hates tomatoes and overall veggie like foods, absolutely loved this dish.
Tinyiko 3 months ago
Used spinach instead of cilantro for some nutrition and used a local vegan cheese. 100% would make again
Brian 3 months ago
I did not make this as a vegan recipe. Basically I used canned enchilada sauce, and real cheese. I used the recipe for the beans as a guide and cooked canned beans with onions, cumin, chili powder and crushed red pepper. The idea was to make a healthier enchilada not necessarily a vegan one. Delicious!
Sayer 3 months ago
It turned out well. I had some trouble with the tortillas breaking and ended up stacking them which worked great. Will definitely use more spices in the future as it was a little too mild.
Vargha 4 months ago
The taste was a bit off, but I made some substitutions.
Joaquin Ferguson 4 months ago
Being a vegan myself I must say I love your recipes however they need some tweaking to be truly a vegan meal. When representing the vegan community you may want you note: Canned tomato paste or canned tomato puree has been processed Using animal bone shard used in refining the sugar cane. making puree or sauce from scratch is "best choice".