Wrapping a delicious filling up in a corn tortilla and then smothering it in a tangy sauce and topping it with cheese that is baked until melted. I mean, really, what is better than that? (Well, maybe pizza, but that's because I'm a fanatic, and conceptually, they are similar.)
Jackfruit is a little known fruit that has recently made some inroads in the vegetarian and vegan community because of its versatility as a stand-in for meat in lots of dishes. Similar to tofu it has very little of its own flavor but readily absorbs whatever sauce or seasonings are added to it. It has the added bonus of the look and texture of shredded pork or chicken yet it is actually a fruit. So no soy or wheat here, a bonafide fruit!
While it is most commonly sold canned in syrup for making sweets in Asian, for any savory dish you must buy jackfruit in water. I have only found it canned, not fresh, and only in specialty grocery stores such as Asian or Indian grocers. Drain it and shred it with a fork or your fingers and you are set to make this delicious meal!