BBQed Eggplant Tacos with Greek Yogurt Tahini Sauce

      Every time I almost swallow a bug I remember that it’s spring time.

      Every time I leave the house at seven a.m. for a five mile run in the hot, hot May sun I almost always forget my mosquito net for my face. I than spend most of my sweaty, miserable hike/ run up hill swatting at the terrible little nats and flies and mosquito things as I battle my way up hill after hill.
      Today’s hike was exciting (terrifying?) as the trail was covered in poo.
      Scat that is.
      A ton of fresh wet scat and I was tempted to turn around when I noticed the scat was super fresh. ( as in hours old) I was however, closer to the paved road at the top of the trail and I was hoping ( praying?) the bugs would be less severe on the paved road.
      So I kept going at a steady climb up the bug infested trail using my hat to fan by face and keep the biting creatures off of me and scanning the forest for the bear that I was sure was around every corner.
      It never appeared, thank god and five miles later I feel like I sweated out all the nasty Jack Daniels I drank yesterday while boating the slimy waters of Lake Perris.
      There are a lot of awesome places; trails, lakes, mountains, in Southern California.

       Lake Perris is not one of them.
      After a sweaty day on the trail coming home to some tasty eggplant taco treats is a great mid afternoon snack.

Bbqed Eggplant Tacos with Yogurt Tahini Sauce

1 eggplant
1/2 cup tahini sauce
1/4 cup Greek yogurt
juice of half a lime
1 tab fresh parsley, chopped thin
1 cup shredded red cabbage
1 bag corn and wheat tortilla
2 tab coconut oil

Poke holes in the eggplant and roast it on your bbq until it is chard on all sides.
Let the eggplant rest for at least thirty minutes.
In a bowl mix the tahini, Greek yogurt, lime juice and the parsley.
On the stove top heat a frying pan. Brush a little coconut oil on each tortilla with a pastry brush and fry on both sides.
Assemble the tacos by adding the tahini sauce to the taco shells.
Cut the eggplant in half and scoop out the middle and put it in the tacos and serve with cabbage.


  1. Miz Helen

    I love this sauce for your fabulous Taco. Thanks so much for sharing this awesome recipe with Full Plate Thursday and come back soon!
    Miz Helen

  2. Marla

    I applaud you for being a runner – I was never good at running – walking was and is my favorite exercise. The recipe sounds delicious. Love the ingredient with the eggplant, yogurt and coconut oil. Thanks for sharing on Real Food Fridays. Pinned & twitted.

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