Tofu Korean BBQ Tacos with Asian Slaw

 

I can honestly say that I didn’t always love tofu. Actually it was more like a love and hate relationship. I remember the first time I tried tofu in my Miso soup. I really didn’t know what to make of the spongy taste.  But that was many years ago. It took a lot of Miso soups and recipe trials for me to like it as much as I do now.  As time went by my cooking evolved and so did my palate. Tofu is so versatile and you can make pretty much anything with it.

Recently I have been replacing meat with Tofu in my recipes. I made this healthier version of Korean BBQ tacos with Asian slaw using one of my favorite brand’s organic extra firm tofu House Foods America. It gives my meals a little boost of protein. Additionally, House Foods is a wallet and environmentally friendly way to add protein to any meal of the day. This recipe is easy to make so lets start cooking!

You’ll need:

 

1 12oz package of House Foods extra firm tofu

1 package of Asian Slaw

12 tortillas for street tacos

1 tbsp of Avocado oil

1 cup of Korean BBQ sauce

1/2 cup of Goat Cheese

Lime and Cilantro to garnish

 

The How to:

  1. In a mixing bowl place contents of the Asian Slaw and mix sauce according to directions. Let it sit while you prepare the rest of the ingredients. Cut Cilantro and Limes.
  2. Remove Tofu from package, draining the water and pad dry.
  3. Cut Tofu into small cubes.

 

4. Pour the avocado oil and 1/2 cup of sauce in the pan with the tofu” until it is brown.

 

5. Drain and place tofu in a bowl, putting remaining sauce and mix.

 

6. Heat tortillas.

7. Arrange tortillas in a place, spoon tofu mixture, Asian slaw and top with Goat cheese.

8. Garnish with Cilantro and a squeeze of lime

9. Enjoy!

 

Disclaimer:
While I was compensated for this post, all opinions are my own.

 

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