Jicama Street Tacos are an AIP/Paleo version of the delicious dish at a certain chain restaurant. Garnish with limes and cilantro for full flavor!Jump to Recipe
THESE! I used to love the PF Changs version of Jicama Street Tacos before I went on the autoimmune protocol. I’ve now made my own version, one which is totally AIP! Street tacos for alllllllllllll!!! In addition to being really tasty, they are also nutritious.
If you’ve never tried jicama before, I encourage you to branch out. Jicama is readily available in the produce section of your grocery store. You’ve probably walked by it many times before, never realizing its nutritional value. It’s high in carbohydrates in the form of dietary fiber, and an excellent source of vitamin C. It is crisp, and slightly sweet, despite being very low in sugars. In this recipe, the jicama is eaten raw.
A note about coconut aminos: If you’ve never used them before, look in the aisle where the soy sauce resides. They will be in a bottle resembling soy sauce, but without the soy. (No soy on the AIP diet.) My preferred brand is Big Tree Farms Oraganic. To me, it has the richest color and flavor. Now go make some tacos! 🌮
If you need help (or just want a little laugh), watch the tutorial video.
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