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Broccoli, Cauliflower & Tofu Salad

This crisp and satisfying salad has been a hit at our food trailer today – sold out in one hour. The combination of crunchy (briefly blanched) broccoli and cauliflower, with tasty roast tofu cubes and crunchy toasted nuts dressed with a creamy cashew, lemon and ginger dressing is very delicious. It also fills you up, and the protein in the nuts and tofu keeps you going…OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Continue reading

Vegetable & Tofu Stir-Fry

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Delicious, light, healthy and tasty – vegetables still crisp and full of colour.

Stir-frying is a great way to prepare spring and summer vegetables without compromising texture and colour. The short cooking time also preserves vitamins and minerals. Continue reading

Coriander Dressing for Tofu

Yum, look closely at the tofu in the picture, now imagine a balance of saltiness, sweetness, a touch of sour and the pungent fragrance of coriander, with a slightly crisp outer and soft inner on the fried tofu cubes. Totally yum, if you know anyone who says “tofu is tasteless” then try them on this recipe! I promise it is anything but tasteless.

coriander tofu

Vital ingredient: fresh coriander. You can swap some other things around and substitute here and there, but you must have the coriander to get this alive. Continue reading

Almond Cream Cheesecake

This recipe is a little more complicated, as there are 4 layers, but it is all worth it, I promise! The layers are:

  1. The base which is a simple gluten-free pastry that is rolled out and baked in the oven.
  2. Melted carob chocolate which is brushed over the base to seal it, and keep it crisp so the filling doesn’t soak into it after the first day.
  3. The creamy white filling (blanched almonds, soy milk, tofu and other good things.)
  4. The berry jelly topping.

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Tofu Zucchini Casserole

Zucchinni and scaloppini! What a great season they’ve had this summer. I think we came up with a new way of serving them every third day over the last couple of months to keep them exciting. Here’s one of our old favourites that makes a hearty and warming meal.

This recipe is very easy to execute, once the tofu and zucchini are diced up into nice little cubes 🙂 It’s then just a matter of assembling and baking. Continue reading

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