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Tofu Skewers with Green Goddess Sauce

Tofu Skewers with Green Goddess Sauce


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Tofu, zucchini, mushrooms, onions, and bell peppers are skewered, grill, and served with avocado cilantro sauce

"Perfect for a summer barbecue or easy enough to cook under the grill (broiler), especially if you’re taking it ‘to go’. Once again, you can use this sauce on so much more – roasted veg, salads fish… it’s the perfect accompaniment to any meal in my view."- Julie Montagu, The Flex Foodie.

Recipe excerpted with permission from cookbook Super Foods Super Fast: 100 Energizing Recipes To Make in 20 Minutes Or Less by Julie Montagu. Click here to purchase your own copy.

Ingredients

For The Sauce

  • ½ large avocado, peeled
  • small handful of coriander (cilantro)
  • 3 Tablespoons olive oil
  • juice of 1 lemon
  • sea salt and freshly ground black pepper
  • skewers, soaked for 10 minutes in water if wooden
  • 3 Tablespoons coconut oil
  • 150 Grams (5½ oz) extra-firm tofu, drained and patted dry with paper towels
  • 1 red onion, cut into chunks
  • 1 courgette (zucchini), cut into chunks
  • 30 Grams (½ cup) dried porcini mushrooms, cut into chunks and rehydrated according to manufacturer’s instructions
  • 1 red bell pepper, seeds removed and cut into chunks sea salt and freshly ground black pepper

Green Goddess Tofu Wraps

After camping all weekend and lazily unloading the car, here are a few things I have zero interest in doing today – unpacking, laundry (SO. MUCH. LAUNDRY.), organizing, cleaning, cooking. We just had a long, glorious Labor Day Weekend. How can I be expected to return to real life?

We're keeping today's recipe low-key because I'm a huge fan of easy (especially today) and I'm a huge fan of wraps (especially every day).

I used to make wraps in a simple sort of way. Start with the protein, then add cheese, then toppings, then sauce. That is not the best method – not by a long shot.

As you'll see in the video below, the way to do it is to combine everything for these delicious green goddess tofu wraps on a cutting board, chop it all together, pile it in the tortilla/wrap, add sauce and then wrap. This way, you get an even distribution of ingredients in every. single. bite. Score! 🙌

I could eat these green goddess tofu wraps every day and not get tired of them. For maximum fullness, there is a boatload of protein (hello, sautéed, crispy tofu and chickpeas!) packed inside. Then we've got some of my favorite kinds of crunch – spinach and almonds and onions. All of this magic is mixed together in one of my favorite salad dressings – green goddess. (Yes, it's store-bought. And yes, I contradicted myself.)

We all know, though, the best thing about wraps is that fact that all of the goodness is contained in one handheld vehicle for easy eating. 🙌🙌🙌

Side note – the mixture that goes into these tofu wraps is also very good on its own. It's like a big salad with all of the best things! Aaaaand it stays good in the fridge for 2-3 days, so you can fill many wraps with it.

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Green Goddess Tofu Wraps

After camping all weekend and lazily unloading the car, here are a few things I have zero interest in doing today – unpacking, laundry (SO. MUCH. LAUNDRY.), organizing, cleaning, cooking. We just had a long, glorious Labor Day Weekend. How can I be expected to return to real life?

We're keeping today's recipe low-key because I'm a huge fan of easy (especially today) and I'm a huge fan of wraps (especially every day).

I used to make wraps in a simple sort of way. Start with the protein, then add cheese, then toppings, then sauce. That is not the best method – not by a long shot.

As you'll see in the video below, the way to do it is to combine everything for these delicious green goddess tofu wraps on a cutting board, chop it all together, pile it in the tortilla/wrap, add sauce and then wrap. This way, you get an even distribution of ingredients in every. single. bite. Score! 🙌

I could eat these green goddess tofu wraps every day and not get tired of them. For maximum fullness, there is a boatload of protein (hello, sautéed, crispy tofu and chickpeas!) packed inside. Then we've got some of my favorite kinds of crunch – spinach and almonds and onions. All of this magic is mixed together in one of my favorite salad dressings – green goddess. (Yes, it's store-bought. And yes, I contradicted myself.)

We all know, though, the best thing about wraps is that fact that all of the goodness is contained in one handheld vehicle for easy eating. 🙌🙌🙌

Side note – the mixture that goes into these tofu wraps is also very good on its own. It's like a big salad with all of the best things! Aaaaand it stays good in the fridge for 2-3 days, so you can fill many wraps with it.

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Green Goddess Tofu Wraps

After camping all weekend and lazily unloading the car, here are a few things I have zero interest in doing today – unpacking, laundry (SO. MUCH. LAUNDRY.), organizing, cleaning, cooking. We just had a long, glorious Labor Day Weekend. How can I be expected to return to real life?

We're keeping today's recipe low-key because I'm a huge fan of easy (especially today) and I'm a huge fan of wraps (especially every day).

I used to make wraps in a simple sort of way. Start with the protein, then add cheese, then toppings, then sauce. That is not the best method – not by a long shot.

As you'll see in the video below, the way to do it is to combine everything for these delicious green goddess tofu wraps on a cutting board, chop it all together, pile it in the tortilla/wrap, add sauce and then wrap. This way, you get an even distribution of ingredients in every. single. bite. Score! 🙌

I could eat these green goddess tofu wraps every day and not get tired of them. For maximum fullness, there is a boatload of protein (hello, sautéed, crispy tofu and chickpeas!) packed inside. Then we've got some of my favorite kinds of crunch – spinach and almonds and onions. All of this magic is mixed together in one of my favorite salad dressings – green goddess. (Yes, it's store-bought. And yes, I contradicted myself.)

We all know, though, the best thing about wraps is that fact that all of the goodness is contained in one handheld vehicle for easy eating. 🙌🙌🙌

Side note – the mixture that goes into these tofu wraps is also very good on its own. It's like a big salad with all of the best things! Aaaaand it stays good in the fridge for 2-3 days, so you can fill many wraps with it.

heart solid heart solid icon


Green Goddess Tofu Wraps

After camping all weekend and lazily unloading the car, here are a few things I have zero interest in doing today – unpacking, laundry (SO. MUCH. LAUNDRY.), organizing, cleaning, cooking. We just had a long, glorious Labor Day Weekend. How can I be expected to return to real life?

We're keeping today's recipe low-key because I'm a huge fan of easy (especially today) and I'm a huge fan of wraps (especially every day).

I used to make wraps in a simple sort of way. Start with the protein, then add cheese, then toppings, then sauce. That is not the best method – not by a long shot.

As you'll see in the video below, the way to do it is to combine everything for these delicious green goddess tofu wraps on a cutting board, chop it all together, pile it in the tortilla/wrap, add sauce and then wrap. This way, you get an even distribution of ingredients in every. single. bite. Score! 🙌

I could eat these green goddess tofu wraps every day and not get tired of them. For maximum fullness, there is a boatload of protein (hello, sautéed, crispy tofu and chickpeas!) packed inside. Then we've got some of my favorite kinds of crunch – spinach and almonds and onions. All of this magic is mixed together in one of my favorite salad dressings – green goddess. (Yes, it's store-bought. And yes, I contradicted myself.)

We all know, though, the best thing about wraps is that fact that all of the goodness is contained in one handheld vehicle for easy eating. 🙌🙌🙌

Side note – the mixture that goes into these tofu wraps is also very good on its own. It's like a big salad with all of the best things! Aaaaand it stays good in the fridge for 2-3 days, so you can fill many wraps with it.

heart solid heart solid icon


Green Goddess Tofu Wraps

After camping all weekend and lazily unloading the car, here are a few things I have zero interest in doing today – unpacking, laundry (SO. MUCH. LAUNDRY.), organizing, cleaning, cooking. We just had a long, glorious Labor Day Weekend. How can I be expected to return to real life?

We're keeping today's recipe low-key because I'm a huge fan of easy (especially today) and I'm a huge fan of wraps (especially every day).

I used to make wraps in a simple sort of way. Start with the protein, then add cheese, then toppings, then sauce. That is not the best method – not by a long shot.

As you'll see in the video below, the way to do it is to combine everything for these delicious green goddess tofu wraps on a cutting board, chop it all together, pile it in the tortilla/wrap, add sauce and then wrap. This way, you get an even distribution of ingredients in every. single. bite. Score! 🙌

I could eat these green goddess tofu wraps every day and not get tired of them. For maximum fullness, there is a boatload of protein (hello, sautéed, crispy tofu and chickpeas!) packed inside. Then we've got some of my favorite kinds of crunch – spinach and almonds and onions. All of this magic is mixed together in one of my favorite salad dressings – green goddess. (Yes, it's store-bought. And yes, I contradicted myself.)

We all know, though, the best thing about wraps is that fact that all of the goodness is contained in one handheld vehicle for easy eating. 🙌🙌🙌

Side note – the mixture that goes into these tofu wraps is also very good on its own. It's like a big salad with all of the best things! Aaaaand it stays good in the fridge for 2-3 days, so you can fill many wraps with it.

heart solid heart solid icon


Green Goddess Tofu Wraps

After camping all weekend and lazily unloading the car, here are a few things I have zero interest in doing today – unpacking, laundry (SO. MUCH. LAUNDRY.), organizing, cleaning, cooking. We just had a long, glorious Labor Day Weekend. How can I be expected to return to real life?

We're keeping today's recipe low-key because I'm a huge fan of easy (especially today) and I'm a huge fan of wraps (especially every day).

I used to make wraps in a simple sort of way. Start with the protein, then add cheese, then toppings, then sauce. That is not the best method – not by a long shot.

As you'll see in the video below, the way to do it is to combine everything for these delicious green goddess tofu wraps on a cutting board, chop it all together, pile it in the tortilla/wrap, add sauce and then wrap. This way, you get an even distribution of ingredients in every. single. bite. Score! 🙌

I could eat these green goddess tofu wraps every day and not get tired of them. For maximum fullness, there is a boatload of protein (hello, sautéed, crispy tofu and chickpeas!) packed inside. Then we've got some of my favorite kinds of crunch – spinach and almonds and onions. All of this magic is mixed together in one of my favorite salad dressings – green goddess. (Yes, it's store-bought. And yes, I contradicted myself.)

We all know, though, the best thing about wraps is that fact that all of the goodness is contained in one handheld vehicle for easy eating. 🙌🙌🙌

Side note – the mixture that goes into these tofu wraps is also very good on its own. It's like a big salad with all of the best things! Aaaaand it stays good in the fridge for 2-3 days, so you can fill many wraps with it.

heart solid heart solid icon


Green Goddess Tofu Wraps

After camping all weekend and lazily unloading the car, here are a few things I have zero interest in doing today – unpacking, laundry (SO. MUCH. LAUNDRY.), organizing, cleaning, cooking. We just had a long, glorious Labor Day Weekend. How can I be expected to return to real life?

We're keeping today's recipe low-key because I'm a huge fan of easy (especially today) and I'm a huge fan of wraps (especially every day).

I used to make wraps in a simple sort of way. Start with the protein, then add cheese, then toppings, then sauce. That is not the best method – not by a long shot.

As you'll see in the video below, the way to do it is to combine everything for these delicious green goddess tofu wraps on a cutting board, chop it all together, pile it in the tortilla/wrap, add sauce and then wrap. This way, you get an even distribution of ingredients in every. single. bite. Score! 🙌

I could eat these green goddess tofu wraps every day and not get tired of them. For maximum fullness, there is a boatload of protein (hello, sautéed, crispy tofu and chickpeas!) packed inside. Then we've got some of my favorite kinds of crunch – spinach and almonds and onions. All of this magic is mixed together in one of my favorite salad dressings – green goddess. (Yes, it's store-bought. And yes, I contradicted myself.)

We all know, though, the best thing about wraps is that fact that all of the goodness is contained in one handheld vehicle for easy eating. 🙌🙌🙌

Side note – the mixture that goes into these tofu wraps is also very good on its own. It's like a big salad with all of the best things! Aaaaand it stays good in the fridge for 2-3 days, so you can fill many wraps with it.

heart solid heart solid icon


Green Goddess Tofu Wraps

After camping all weekend and lazily unloading the car, here are a few things I have zero interest in doing today – unpacking, laundry (SO. MUCH. LAUNDRY.), organizing, cleaning, cooking. We just had a long, glorious Labor Day Weekend. How can I be expected to return to real life?

We're keeping today's recipe low-key because I'm a huge fan of easy (especially today) and I'm a huge fan of wraps (especially every day).

I used to make wraps in a simple sort of way. Start with the protein, then add cheese, then toppings, then sauce. That is not the best method – not by a long shot.

As you'll see in the video below, the way to do it is to combine everything for these delicious green goddess tofu wraps on a cutting board, chop it all together, pile it in the tortilla/wrap, add sauce and then wrap. This way, you get an even distribution of ingredients in every. single. bite. Score! 🙌

I could eat these green goddess tofu wraps every day and not get tired of them. For maximum fullness, there is a boatload of protein (hello, sautéed, crispy tofu and chickpeas!) packed inside. Then we've got some of my favorite kinds of crunch – spinach and almonds and onions. All of this magic is mixed together in one of my favorite salad dressings – green goddess. (Yes, it's store-bought. And yes, I contradicted myself.)

We all know, though, the best thing about wraps is that fact that all of the goodness is contained in one handheld vehicle for easy eating. 🙌🙌🙌

Side note – the mixture that goes into these tofu wraps is also very good on its own. It's like a big salad with all of the best things! Aaaaand it stays good in the fridge for 2-3 days, so you can fill many wraps with it.

heart solid heart solid icon


Green Goddess Tofu Wraps

After camping all weekend and lazily unloading the car, here are a few things I have zero interest in doing today – unpacking, laundry (SO. MUCH. LAUNDRY.), organizing, cleaning, cooking. We just had a long, glorious Labor Day Weekend. How can I be expected to return to real life?

We're keeping today's recipe low-key because I'm a huge fan of easy (especially today) and I'm a huge fan of wraps (especially every day).

I used to make wraps in a simple sort of way. Start with the protein, then add cheese, then toppings, then sauce. That is not the best method – not by a long shot.

As you'll see in the video below, the way to do it is to combine everything for these delicious green goddess tofu wraps on a cutting board, chop it all together, pile it in the tortilla/wrap, add sauce and then wrap. This way, you get an even distribution of ingredients in every. single. bite. Score! 🙌

I could eat these green goddess tofu wraps every day and not get tired of them. For maximum fullness, there is a boatload of protein (hello, sautéed, crispy tofu and chickpeas!) packed inside. Then we've got some of my favorite kinds of crunch – spinach and almonds and onions. All of this magic is mixed together in one of my favorite salad dressings – green goddess. (Yes, it's store-bought. And yes, I contradicted myself.)

We all know, though, the best thing about wraps is that fact that all of the goodness is contained in one handheld vehicle for easy eating. 🙌🙌🙌

Side note – the mixture that goes into these tofu wraps is also very good on its own. It's like a big salad with all of the best things! Aaaaand it stays good in the fridge for 2-3 days, so you can fill many wraps with it.

heart solid heart solid icon


Green Goddess Tofu Wraps

After camping all weekend and lazily unloading the car, here are a few things I have zero interest in doing today – unpacking, laundry (SO. MUCH. LAUNDRY.), organizing, cleaning, cooking. We just had a long, glorious Labor Day Weekend. How can I be expected to return to real life?

We're keeping today's recipe low-key because I'm a huge fan of easy (especially today) and I'm a huge fan of wraps (especially every day).

I used to make wraps in a simple sort of way. Start with the protein, then add cheese, then toppings, then sauce. That is not the best method – not by a long shot.

As you'll see in the video below, the way to do it is to combine everything for these delicious green goddess tofu wraps on a cutting board, chop it all together, pile it in the tortilla/wrap, add sauce and then wrap. This way, you get an even distribution of ingredients in every. single. bite. Score! 🙌

I could eat these green goddess tofu wraps every day and not get tired of them. For maximum fullness, there is a boatload of protein (hello, sautéed, crispy tofu and chickpeas!) packed inside. Then we've got some of my favorite kinds of crunch – spinach and almonds and onions. All of this magic is mixed together in one of my favorite salad dressings – green goddess. (Yes, it's store-bought. And yes, I contradicted myself.)

We all know, though, the best thing about wraps is that fact that all of the goodness is contained in one handheld vehicle for easy eating. 🙌🙌🙌

Side note – the mixture that goes into these tofu wraps is also very good on its own. It's like a big salad with all of the best things! Aaaaand it stays good in the fridge for 2-3 days, so you can fill many wraps with it.

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