Tofu and Quinoa with Miso

 

This was a delicious lunch that I made yesterday, so I’m having it again today!!  It was very fresh, zingy and filling.  Full of goodness and looks beautiful on the plate!

  • Gently fry 1/2 a pack of firm tofu, 1 red pepper, 1 celery stick, 2 palm fulls of spinach, a palm full of cashew nuts (unsalted); in a little organic butter, 1 clove of garlic, 1 -2 tbsp of miso, salt, pepper and seaweed seasoning to your liking.  Then squeeze 1/2 a lemon, and you may need to add a little filtered water to make a slight sauce to soak into the ingredients.
  • A side of romaine lettuce, 1/2 avocado, alfalfa and tomatoes with a sprinkle of olive oil, seaweed, salt and pepper.
  • Perfecto!

Psuedocereals can be used as  a substitute for grains.  These cereals are actually seeds, so are nicer on our digestion, have more nutrients, and are less carby, but fill you up.

Quinoa is a great substitute for rice or pasta and much better for you!