Zucchini, Tomato, Pepper Tacos
by Sonal Sher | Jan 14, 2014 |
- Add Olive oil in a pan.
- Add the chopped zucchini, apple, onion, bell pepper, red chillies and cook for 5 minutes.
- Add a spoonful vinegar and cook for 5 min.
- Add the orange juice, sugar and cook for 5 min.
- Add the salt and cook for 5 min.
- Remove from the flame and cool down and add the tomatoes and mix well.
- Place the taco shells in the preheated oven at 180 deg C for 4 minutes.
- Remove the tacos.
- Put the salsa in them and add grated cheese and serve.
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