Karina’s Sweet Potato and Black Bean Enchiladas

by Valerie on July 22, 2009 · 3 comments

Welcome to What’s Cooking Wednesday, hosted by Tales from the Fairy Blogmother. Be sure to check out the other recipes submitted for WCW.

As you may know from reading this blog, several weeks ago I had to switch to dairy-free eating. And, being a blogger, I of course looked to other bloggers in this situation. That’s how I rediscovered Karina’s Kitchen, Fresh Recipes from a Gluten-Free Goddess. You see, in addition to abstaining from gluten, Karina eats also completely dairy-free, avoids soy and generally has to live with many food allergies. Reading through the archives of Karina’s blog has been a wonderful activity reminding me there is plenty of delicious food left to eat, even now. And as Karina says, there are worse things than being allergic to cheese {I still hope I am going to be able to eat a bit of cheese in my life though}.

Anyways, Karina is all-around wonderful to read, whether or not you have food allergies. The first recipe I tried from her site was the Sweet Potatoes and Black Bean Enchiladas, which were absolutely delicious. Husband and I made a chicken variation for him. I absolutely loved Karina’s black beans and sweet potato enchiladas and hope you enjoy them as well.  

I topped my enchilada with some guacamole. We also made a version of this enchilada for my husband with chicken instead of the sweet potatoes and lots of cheddar cheese since he can eat dairy:

Chicken Black Bean Enchilada

Picture by moi.

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1 Karina Allrich July 22, 2009 at 1:32 pm

Thank you for the lovely shout-out. And glad you like the enchiladas! :-)


2 Jen of A2eatwrite July 22, 2009 at 7:22 pm

These look absolutely wonderful. There's another fabulous, mostly dairy-free blog called doghill kitchen, that you might really enjoy.


3 Susan @ SGCC July 23, 2009 at 2:38 pm

This dish looks great, dairy-free or not! I love Karina's recipe too. Just goes to show that you can still eat well no matter what your dietary restrictions are.


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