Every summer I get completely hooked on peaches. They’re one of my favorite fruits, if not my absolute favorite. This means I’m super psyched when they start showing up in stores and farmers’ markets in late spring, but also really bummed out when they disappear in the fall. In past years I’ve found myself scouring the produce bins at my local supermarket, rooting through those last few sad looking fall peaches for one that might be marginally edible. I love peaches that much.
So of course I have to make the most of peach season while it lasts, and fortunately we’ve still got some nice juicy peaches in my neck of the woods. This means not just noshing on peaches à la carte, but also incorporating them into as many dishes as possible, both sweet and savory.
These tempeh tacos are not just savory, but also spicy and smoky, thanks to the chipotle pepper marinade that the tempeh gets soaked in. All of these flavors are awesome with the mildly tart sweetness of the peach salsa.
Tempeh makes a great taco filling, and most of the time you’ll see it crumbled to mimic ground meat. This time around I opted to do things a little differently, cubing, marinating and pan-frying the tempeh. Marinating lets the flavors really soak in, while pan-frying gives you just a bit of caramelization on the outer surface of your tempeh cubes.Print this recipe
I prefer corn tortillas over hard shells for this recipe, and I like to warm them for 3-4 minutes in an oven set to 400°F before stuffing.
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