Jamaica Flower Taco’s, Zero Waste

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This recipe is so wonderful not only because it’s made from a flower that is most often thrown away, but because the texture is so unreal!

And, when adding the right spices and flavors these flowers turn into a delicious taco “meat”. If you ever make an agua de Jamaica again, don’t throw away your flowers but store them in your freezer and make taco’s when you have enough of them.

I also used the pico de gallo I made a while back, have a scroll and make that one to go with it, you won’t regret it 🤤.

Difficulty: Beginner Prep Time 5 min Cook Time 20 min Total Time 25 mins Best Season: Suitable throughout the year


Let's make a zero waste recipe from jamaica flowers!




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  1. To a pan add some oil and let heat up.

  2. Once heated add in the sliced onion, sauté for a few minutes and then add int the garlic and jalapeño.

  3. Add the remaining ingredients: hibiscus flower (which you made agua de jamaica from), chopped tomato, black pepper, salt, oregano and smoked paprika.

  4. Heat your tortillas up, add in the hibiscus flower, top them with pico de gallo, avocado and green salsa for optimal taste.

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