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Three minute Spicy Shroom Taco with Livener Magarita.

Three minute Spicy Shroom Taco with Livener Magarita.

Gemma Ogston is a plant-based chef and founder of Gems Wholesome Kitchen - a vegan food delivery company in #Brighton. Gems is all about plant-based food that boosts mood, lifts spirits and nourishes body, mind and soul 🍐πŸ₯¦πŸ’πŸ₯₯🍳🍠πŸ₯‘πŸ‰πŸœπŸ₯ž

She recently launched her smash-hit book The Self Care Cook Book, a collection of 60 easy healing plant-based recipes including a fiery bean stew for the days when you feel a little under the weather, a calming miso pasta to give your gut flora a super-boost and an indulgent chocolate pud because YOU DESERVE IT! πŸ’«

We love her vision and are obsessed with her food! So much so that we invited her onto our video show #ThreeMinutesWithThreeSpirit to give us a bit of mushroom-based, lunchtime inspo! Et voilà… Spicy Shroom Tacos which pairs perfectly with a delicious Livener Margarita 🍹

Watch Gemma's video and get the full recipes below.

πŸ„ THE SPICY MUSHROOM TACO RECIPE πŸ„

πŸ’«What’s in it πŸ’«

  • Filling: 8 mushrooms sliced, 1 clove garlic chopped, a small handful of kale sliced and a lug olive oil.
  • Spicy tzatziki: tsp of plain/coconut yoghurt, 1/4 cucumber finely chopped, 1/2 clove garlic chopped, 1/4 teaspoon smoked paprika, salt and pepper, 1/2 fresh lemon squeezed and a tsp olive oil.
  • Topping: Freshly grated lemon rind, chopped walnuts and sliced avocado.
  • Plus: Small tortilla wraps or taco shells.

πŸ’«How to make it πŸ’«

  • Fry the mushrooms, garlic, chilli and kale in oil for a few minutes. Season and add a fresh squeeze of lemon.
  • For the tzatziki, mix all ingredients together and season to taste!
  • To assemble; warm the taco or tortillas. Load with fresh spinach leaves. Add the tzatziki and the shroom filling. Add a slice of avocado and another drizzle of tzatziki.
  • Top with chopped walnuts and lemon zest.

🍹 THE LIVENER MARGARITA RECIPE 🍹

πŸ’«What’s in it πŸ’«

πŸ’«How to make it πŸ’«

  • Chill your glass before if you can. Wet half of the rim of the glass with a lime wedge, and coat it with pink Himalayan salt. To do this, dd a bit of salt to a saucer, and push the wet side of the rim into it to coat it.
  • Add all of your ingredients into an ice-filled cocktail shaker and shake hard! You can use a sturdy glass jar if you haven't got a shaker.
  • Strain through a tea strainer into your glass, and garnish with a slice/wedge of lime. Ice is optional. Enjoy!