It seems like everyday another popular restaurant or fast food chain is adding plant-based options to their menu. Recently, Chick-Fil-A added a kale salad and Bareburger added a vegan egg. Establishments like Oceania Cruises and Disneyland have also expanded their menus. After a successful test run in Michigan, Qdoba has decided to launch plant-based meat to its menu at over 730 locations before the end of May!

The plant-based protein source for the new menu is the Impossible “meat.” It’s seasoned in-house with a blend of tomatoes, garlic, smoked chiles, paprika, and diced onions. Customers can order it in two menu items: the Qdoba Impossible Bowl which has cilantro-lime white rice, black beans, cheese (order without it if vegan), pico de gallo, guacamole, and seasoned impossible and the Qdoba Impossible Taco in which the Impossible meat is wrapped in a warm corn tortilla with red onions, cilantro, and salsa verde.

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On April 23rd, the menu items will be available at select locations in Brooklyn, Denver, and Los Angeles. Then by May 28th, these options will be available at more than 730 locations nationwide.

Make Your Own Plant-Based Mexican-Inspired Food!

It’s great to have plant-based options when eating out, but are you craving Mexican cuisine now? Try these delicious recipes from the Food Monster App!

Sofritas Burrito Bowls

Source: Sofritas Burrito Bowls

Get your Mexican food fix tonight with these delicious and filling Sofritas Burrito Bowls by Tori Cooper with all the flavors! If you’re making this for your family you can obviously change up what you put in your bowls. You can also skip making the Spanish rice and simply serve plain steamed rice if you like. Using this all as filling for tacos and burritos is also an option. Oh, or make loaded nachos!

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Soft Tacos With Walnut Meat 

Source: Soft Tacos With Walnut Meat

Sarah and Peter Hagstrom‘s Soft Tacos With Walnut Meat have an interesting meaty filling made of walnuts! Still a great source of protein and healthier than many meat alternative products!

 

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