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Black bean tacos are an easy-to-make and healthy vegetarian dinner that the whole family will love. Flavorful black beans are spooned inside soft tortillas and topped with simple corn salsa and some avocado crema.

If you love healthy tacos as much as we do, also try these easy shrimp tacos, street tacos, and pumpkin spice tacos.

Why you Need These Black Bean Tacos

If your family is asking “what’s for dinner,” these tacos are your answer. From start to finish, they’ll be on your table in less than 30 minutes. They’re packed full of flavor thanks to a handy kitchen hack – store-bought salsa. You’ll mix flavorful salsa with black beans, taco seasoning, and sauteed onion and garlic to make simple and delicious tacos.

Then you’ll quickly whip up a 4-ingredient corn salsa and an easy avocado crema and prepare for your family to rave about dinner. During recipe testing, our youngest taste tester declared that these tacos are “the best tacos in the whole wide world.”

Bonus: They’re made with kitchen staple ingredients so you likely won’t need to run to the grocery store.

How to make black bean tacos

Black bean tacos are a simple dinner recipe that is made in just 4 easy steps. The full recipe can be found in the recipe card below.

Make the black beans: This involves sauteing onion and garlic then mixing in canned black beans, salsa, and taco seasoning. Prepare the corn salsa: This is as simple as mixing thawed corn with cojia or feta cheese, cilantro, and lime juice. Make the crema: Mash an avocado with plain yogurt, lime juice, and a pinch of salt.Put it all together: All that is left to do is warm the tortillas and pile them high with the black beans, corn salsa, and avocado crema.

Optional taco toppings

We love these tacos exactly as is, it’s also fun to switch up the toppings. You can create your own version of black bean tacos by topping them with a few of these:

Shredded lettuceDiced tomatoesSour creamGrated cheddar cheeseDiced avocadoSalsa verde

What to Serve with Tacos

While these black bean tacos are easily a meal by themselves, we love to serve them with Spicy Mexican Rice. You can also turn them into a Tex-Mex feast with a few of these sides:

Amazing Mexican Corn Salad

Homemade Tortillas

Easy Salsa Verde

Mouthwatering Cowboy Caviar

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Black Bean Tacos

Black bean tacos are an easy-to-make and healthy vegetarian dinner that the whole family will love. Flavorful black beans are spooned inside soft tortillas and topped with simple corn salsa and some avocado crema.
Course Dinner
Cuisine Mexican
Keyword black bean tacos
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings 4 servings
Author Kristen Stevens

Ingredients

Black Bean Tacos

1 tablespoon cooking oil½ cup minced onion2 cloves garlic minced2 teaspoons taco seasoning2 14-ounce cans black beans drained aand rinsed1 cup salsaSalt and pepper to taste16 4-inch corn or flour tortillas

Corn Salsa

1 cup frozen corn thawed and dried1 tablespoon lime juice¼ cup cojita or feta cheese¼ cup chopped cilantro

Avocado Crema

1 ripe avocado peeled and seed removed½ cup thick plain yogurt2 tablespoons lime juice1 pinch salt

Instructions

Make the corn salsa by mixing the ingredients together in a small bowl.
Make the avocado crema by mashing the avocado in a small bowl then mixing it with the yogurt, lime juice, and salt.
Heat the oil in a large frying pan over medium-high heat. Add the onion and saute until it’s translucent – about 3 minutes. Add the garlic and taco seasoning and cook for one more minute.
Add the black beans and salsa and heat through, mashing the beans a little as you stir. Season to taste with salt and pepper.
To serve the black bean tacos, warm the tortillas on the stovetop, in your microwave, or in the oven. Pile them high with the black beans then top with some corn salsa and avocado crema.

Notes

 

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