Green chile chicken enchiladas made with low carb tortillas have only 3.4 carbs and 233 calories. There's also low carb
carne adovada, that's pork marinated in red chile, and turkey wraps and fajita wraps.
Taz’s tortilla burger is named after the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center's marketing director Tazbah McCullah, former general
manager of the Navajo Nation's KTNN radio. A low-carb tortilla replaces the high-carb bun.
Jemez enchilada on the low carb menu has only 7.8 carbs and 392 calories. Wilson begins with low carb tortillas dipped in
red chile, and then bakes the enchiladas with sautéed onions and cheddar cheese.
An amazing low-carb note is included on the new menu, which came out in February, there's 0 carbs in a 2-ounce serving of
green or red chile, New Mexico favorites that grow throughout the state.
"These are extremely flavorful, we have a lot of people excited about it," Wilson said of the red and green chile
dishes. Along with blue corn enchiladas, corn fries are in demand. Corn fries are like French fries, but made with the Pueblo and Navajo
Wilson, 31, grew up in Gallup. "We ate a lot of commodity cheese and peanut butter, a lot of bologna, hot dogs and beans."
Still, there were trips home to his grandfather's home on Zuni Pueblo for traditional food. "Our family always butchered."