When you are starving, want to eat healthy, but also want to feel super satisfied, then these tacos will do it. I'm on a detox for a few days, and wanted to avoid gluten and also eat more veggies etc. But being a lover of breads, I really was craving something substantial, that at least made me feel like I was getting some good bready carbs :-).
These tacos are the popular "Besan Chilra" in India, or Chickpea crepes. My mom often made these for breakfast, and I loved eating them with some spicy mint chutney. They are super easy to make, and you really don't need anything other than Chickpea flour and water. I've spruced them up with some other ingredients, but you can keep it simple if you like.
For the taco filling, I simply used the everyday Indian spices to make a stir fry of Brussels Sprouts. You could really use any other vegetable that you like. The spice combination works magically with almost anything.
And to top it of, I needed something extra tangy and spicy in lieu of traditional salsa, so I made some "chatpata" (hot and sour) onions and radish. For this you will need the spice "Chaat Masala" which is available in all Indian stores. It contains a blend of spices including mango powder and Black Himalayan Salt which render it a tangy/salty/spicy taste. The onions and radish add another layer of flavor and texture to the tacos.