Looking for a fun new flavor twist for your tacos? Check out my recipe for these za’atar and aleppo pepper roasted potato, bean and swiss chard tacos on Marcus Samuelsson’s blog!

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37 Responses to Za’atar and Aleppo Pepper Roasted Potato, Bean and Swiss Chard Tacos

  1. Swiss chard tacos with beans and peppers – this is my kinda taco!

  2. My mind is officially blown. These look incredible. And I have a thing of za’atar in my cabinet! Now I just need it to be 70 degrees out so we can enjoy some margaritas with them.

  3. Pam says:

    These look so good!

  4. I’ve been going through taco withdrawal since vacation, off to make these immediately:-)

  5. Barbara says:

    Gosh those look delish, Joanne. Going on over the check out the recipe now….

  6. Ooooh, I would love this for an easy, meatless dinner! So many possibilities when it comes to tacos 🙂

  7. Joanne, these tacos are not only delicious, also very healthy!

  8. Audra says:

    i’d like you to be my live-in chef so I always eat my veggies. This looks wonderful. Love that you use zatar- one of my favorite spices from my childhood 🙂

  9. It looks fantastic! I have to go and check it out!!

  10. this sounds like the perfect meal to me! lovely lovely flavors and SO healthy – really delicious!
    Mary x

  11. Ashley says:

    These look beautiful! Love the idea of adding greens into a taco!

  12. elly says:

    These look awesome. I love za’atar with anything. And I bet the mixture would also be awesome with an egg on top, which is precisely what I plan on doing soon. 🙂

  13. Pam says:

    They look tasty and delicious Joanne!

  14. Mary says:

    I’m heading over there now. This looks delicious. Have a great day, Joanne. Blessings…Mary

  15. You’ve made me miss my grandmothers home (she si from a little known town in India called Jamalpur) with all that photo talk about Swiss chard. We have sooo many acres of swiss chard and pepper plantations in our back yard in Jamalpur, it’s amazing.I wish i knew the recipe back then..we would be making it everyday.

  16. On my list of spices to try! Have you gotten an endorsement from the Swiss chard people–I have only had one failed attempt cooking with chard, but you’ve made me want to hazard another go with it…

  17. Yummy and so so awesome!!!

  18. Monet says:

    Hi lovely. What a fun and different twist. Ryan and I eat tacos all the time (probably more than we should!) So I will be excited to share this recipe with him soon. Thank you for sharing, sweet thing!

  19. Guru Uru says:

    What a lovely lunch recipe my friend 😀


  20. These look wonderful! Za’atar is something I’ve not tried yet but sounds like something I would love. Swiss Chard – oh yeah!

  21. Ashley Bee says:

    I’d add a huge dollop of sour cream, methinks. Maybe not in a taco, but as a side dish of sorts.

  22. Abby says:

    What a cool combination for a taco! And that plate is so cute 🙂

  23. yes! thank you for reminding me to eat more beans!

  24. Eileen says:

    Oh man, these tacos look amazing! And I say this having been to a California taqueria within the past 24 hours. 🙂 Love the beans and greens!

  25. Sounds good!! They look quite tasty too!

  26. Yasmeen says:

    Ok, maybe I’m a bit biased being a Middle Eastern food blogger… but I love these flavors. Aleppo pepper has such an incredible aroma and yet is so underused in cooking. Awesome job working it into tacos! If this heat wave ever settles our chard will be on its way to growing soon. Bookmarking this 🙂

  27. Candace says:

    Those look amazing. I adore za’atar. Thanks to Yasmeen over there who turned me on to that wonderful flavor. I’m off to find out about aleppo pepper now. I love finding new things to eat.

  28. Natalie G says:

    LOVE zaatar! This looks like one tasty and healthy dish. I don’t think I have ever found Aleppo pepper yet though.

  29. Jenn Kendall says:

    i keep meaning to pick up some zaatar…now you totally have me motivated to FINALLY get some and that aleppo pepper 🙂 looks delicious!

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  31. grace says:

    you think you can just put anything in a tortilla and call it a taco, don’t you! my goodness, you’re creative, and this particular concoction sounds terrific!

  32. Donna says:

    I have never cooked with zatar. Thanks for inspiring me once again.

  33. Chris says:

    I don’t think that I would even miss meat with these tacos!

  34. That Girl says:

    I wonder if these would be “too vegetarian” 😉

  35. I’m totally craving these tacos now, and it’s past midnight!

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