This is a very popular tea in our house. It boasts most colours of the rainbow - something we're recommended to eat for a healthy diet and is meat free, so great for the environment too. Not to mention that it's absolutely delicious! It's cheap to make too considering one sweet potato feeds everyone.
Tin of kidney beans, garlic granules & salt - refried beans
Avocado, tomato, coriander, red onion, lime, salt & pepper - salsa
Medium - large sweet potato, pepper & fajita spices (cumin, chili powder, paprika and garlic) - fajita mix
Tortilla chips and dip (optional)
We serve it up with the supermarket's own brand tortilla chips and some dips. Lots of fresh lettuce and some cheese. The refried beans are a piece of cake to make, they're literally just a tin of regular kidney beans mashed up in a pan with some garlic granules and salt. Add as much or little as you want, it's all about personal taste. Cook them for about ten minutes on a medium heat, stirring all the time.
Make the salsa first (see video below) by simply dicing a red onion, avocado, tomato and some coriander. Squeeze over half a lime and season with salt and pepper. I've not had lime in before and used lemon so don't stress too much about having the exact ingredients.
Grate a medium - large sweet potato and fry with a sliced pepper (whichever colour you like) and some fajita spices (cumin, chili powder, paprika and garlic, if you don't have a pre-mixed jar) cook in a large frying pan with a splash of olive oil for about ten minutes. Add a tin of chopped tomatoes or some passata and bbq sauce if you want to experiment with different textures and flavours.
When the mixture is soft, after ten minutes, serve up with flour tortillas - don't forget to buy these in the bread section of the supermarket and not near the cook in sauces, where they sell the kits with them in, these are far more expensive.
I like to line my tortilla wrap with fresh lettuce, some refried beans, the sweet potato mix and some sour cream dip! Delicious.