Banana Bread Muffins

I’ve been on a food waste reducing mission since the beginning of the year. I’ve tried to really keep track of the food I buy so that minimal amounts of it end up in the trash.


With that in mind, when I saw that two perfectly innocent bananas were starting to get rather tanned, I made this banana bread. It’s a simple one-bowl recipe, packed with flavour and good ingredients. Plus, it’s refined sugar-free! Well, if you don’t count the chocolate chips… that doesn’t count, right?


Here is what you need:

  • 2 tbs ground flax seeds + 6 tbs water
  • 2 ripe bananas (we’re talking brown spots here)
  • 1/4 cup vegetable oil
  • 1/4 cup applesauce (I pureed some raw apple with my stick blender for this, but if you’re out, an extra mushed banana will also work great)
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1 tsp cinnamon powder
  • 1 3/4 cup oat flour (I made mine in my blender using regular oats)
  • 1/2 cup dark chocolate chips
  • to make them extra cute: extra chocolate chips + some sliced banana

Here is what you do:

  1. In a large bowl, mix the flax seeds and water together and let sit for 5 minutes or until they form a gel-like substance.
  2. Preheat your oven to 350F (180C) and oil your muffin tin.
  3. Mash up the two bananas with the flax mixture until smooth.
  4. Add in the rest of the ingredients one by one. Whisk until smooth between each addition.
  5. Fill up your muffin tins with two tablespoons of the batter.
  6. To decorate, add a few chocolate chips and a banana slice to the top of each muffin.
  7. Place in your oven for 25-30 minutes, or until an inserted toothpick comes out clean.  Leave to cool for 5 minutes before removing from the tin and enjoy!


Super simple, super delicious! These are not too sweet, so the chocolate chips really add in a nice touch. Also, because they are made with oat flour, they are perfect for breakfast and will keep you full for quite some time. Let me know if you try them out!

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Almond Chocolate Chip Cookies

I’ve been on a baking rampage these last few weeks: cakes and sweets are pretty much all I think about! I’ve been trying out a lot of recipes, tweaking them and coming up with my own. This week, I wanted to finally bake the perfect chocolate chip cookies. These are chewy, naturally sweetened and so easy to prepare.


Here is what you need:

  • 6 pitted dates soaked in 1/3 cup warm water for 15 minutes
  • 1 1/2 cups almond flour
  • 2 tbs tahini
  • 1/2 tsp baking soda
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • 1/4 cup mini chocolate chips

Here is what you do:

  1. Preheat your oven to 350F.
  2. In your blender or food processor, mix the dates with their soaking water until you have a smooth paste. Transfer to a bowl.
  3. Mix in the rest of the ingredients until you have a smooth paste.
  4. With wet hands, make 6 to 8 balls out of the mixture and place them on a lined cookie sheet. Press down on each ball to make out your cookies. These won’t spread too much or change shape while baking so make sure they look good!
  5. Bake for 20 to 30 minutes or until the cookies are golden all around and slightly soft in the middle. Remove from the oven and let cool before removing them from the cookie sheet. Enjoy while they are still warm. They will keep in an air-tight container for a few days in the fridge if you can resist them! Enjoy!

Man, these are amazing cookies! The rims of the cookies are nice and crunchy while the middle is so chewy! I love that they are made from wholesome ingredients and are completely gluten-free. I used mini chocolate chips because they are so cute! Let me know if you try this out!

Herbal Teas Everyone Should Have!

Ah! It’s Fall! How glorious is that? I’m so ready for some colder temperatures, if only because it means I can cozy up with some warm tea in bed with a good book. If you know me, you will know that I’ve been on a tea-buying ban for two years now because my tea collection has gotten out of hand. Yeah. I haven’t bought any tea in two years, and I’d say I still have enough for 3 maybe 4 years… My tea collection has warranted comissioning my boyfriend for a special tea shelf to save room for food and plates in our cupboards. Seriously, if I don’t open up my own tea room someday, I’ll be shocked!

herbal tea

The only exception to my tea-buying ban has been herbal teas. Free of caffeine, I drink these every day as a gentle healing ritual. Medicinal herbal teas are very potent for small, daily aches, and so they don’t really count as tea, right?

I usually prepare a tea pot mixing a few herbs and spices. I love adding crushed cardamom pods, cinnamon sticks, cloves or peppercorns as these spices help me stay warm in the colder months. Over the years, I’ve come to know what I like, and so I gravitate around the same herbs, but really, the possibilities are endless! Here are a few of my most favourite herbal teas.

  1. Oatstraw: Yes, I know. Not only do I have a slight addiction to my morning oatmeal, I also drink oatstraw! Well, what can I say? This plant is wonderful! I like to drink oatstraw herbal tea because it is soothing and calming. Perfect if you are feeling like a buzzball! As it has a very mild taste, it’s a perfect base for all of your herbal tea mixes.
  2. Holy Basil or Tulsi: Another great one if you feel like you need to be more grounded, holy basil supports the nervous system and helps releave stress and anxiety. Plus, it is really yummy!
  3. Nettle: Super rich in nutrients and minerals, stingy nettle is delicious! It has a really “green” taste, and I think it’s one of the best plants for anyone, but especially for women and vegans who are always on the hunt for extra nutrients! Extra points to this one to help releave seasonal allergy symptoms!
  4. Rasberry leaves: Girls, if you have any, and I mean any, issue with your periods, this is the BOMB! It releaves PMS (crazy peach alert, be gone!), cramps, bloathing, heavy flow, and even the length of the period. It’s seriously a magical plant. It’s also very astringent, so I suppose it’s good for everyone, but really a must-have for all women.
  5. Calendula flowers: This one is so pretty! Bright yellow or explosive orange, I love adding these to my teapots as it makes everything more beautiful! These flowers are also very soothing and healing for the digestive track.
  6. Lavender buds: One of my favourite plants ever, lavender buds are so relaxing! I love how they add a touch of Provence to my teas. Plus, they are also great for your immune system. Be careful with this one: a little goes a long way!
  7. Thyme: A stapple in my house since I’ve been a kid, thyme is great for your immune system. Mix in a bit of honey or maple syrup, and you are in business!
  8. Verbena: A classic for a reason, this beautiful herb is lemony and fresh. Also a great one to drink to relax before going to bed or after a heavy meal to aid diggestion.

I hope this will encourage you to explore the facinating world of herbal teas! I easily find my herbs in health food stores and at my local herbalist (I’m very grateful to have such a good one so close by!), but you can also find them online. Be sure to by organic teas! A great option is also to grow them yourself! Calendula are super easy, and so is thyme. Have fun mixing and matching the different herbs and spices to create your own perfect cup of tea! Let me know what your favourites are and if you’d like me to share my favourite mixes!

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Remember that I’m not a doctor or a healthcare specialist. Please consult a doctor before adding these herbal teas into your life if you have any concerns or conditions.


Chocolate Overload, Cheat Day Brownies

I love chocolate. If I could, that’s the only thing that I would eat. This is why I’m always trying new chocolate recipes. Well, this one is perfect if you’re looking for a rich, cakey brownie. Seriously, it’s delicious and not too sweet, which makes it perfect for the dark chocolate lover of your life… oh, and they’re gluten-free too!


Here is what you need:

  • 1/3 cup brown rice flour
  • 1/3 cup sorghum flour
  • 1 tbs arrowroot starch
  • 1 tbs potato starch
  • 1/4 cup black bean flour
  • 2/3 cup sugar
  • 3 tbs cocoa powder
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 6 tbs unsweetened apple sauce
  • 3 tbs chocolate chips
  • 1/4 cup olive or coconut oil
  • 1/4 cup warm water
  • 1 tsp vanilla powder or extract
  • 1 handful of chocolate chips
  • 1 handful almonds

Here is what you do:

  1. Preheat the oven to 350F (180C). Grease your brownie pan.
  2. Melt the 3 tbs of chocolate chips and mix in the apple sauce, and oil. Set aside.
  3. In a large bowl, mix the different flours and starches, sugar, cocoa powder and salt.
  4. Add in the liquid chocolate mix and vanilla, and mix well. Add in the warm water until you have a smooth batter.
  5. Fold in the remaining chocolate chips and almonds.
  6. Pour the batter into the brownie pan and bake for 50 minutes. Remove from the oven and let the brownie cool down for 30 minutes before cutting it. Store in an air-tight container. Enjoy!


This is glorious! I cut this up to make 16 brownie bites that are easy to take with me in case I might be craving chocolate. This is super simple to prepare and so delicious. You just have to try it out!



Blueberry Cheesecake – A raw vegan treat

It’s blueberry season over here, and they have been so good. I love that blueberries are so tasty and so beneficial for the digestive system. This cake is slightly tart, creamy and purely delicious! The hardest part is really just waiting for it to set overnight. It’s perfect for a family dinner or an end-of-summer picnic.


Here is what you need:

For the crust:

  • 1 cup raw almonds
  • 1 cup pitted dates
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  1. Process the almonds in your food processor until they form a loose flour.
  2. Add the dates and the vanilla and process until the mix is smooth and starts to stick together. If you take a small handful of the mixture, it should stay together after it has been pressed.
  3. Spread the mixture at the bottom of a springform pan. Use a glass to even it out. Let sit in the fridge while you prepare the rest of the cake.

For the cheese layer:

  • 1 1/2 cups raw cashew nuts, soaked in water for at least 1 hour
  • 2 tbs coconut oil
  • 2 to 4 tbsp maple syrup
  • the juice and zest of 1 lemon
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • a little almond milk, as needed
  1. Place all of the ingredients in your food processor and processor until you get a smooth cream. You might need to add a little bit of milk to help smooth everything.
  2. Pour over the crust and put the cake back in the fridge. Let sit for 15 minutes.

For the blueberry layer:

  • 2 cups of fresh blueberries
  1. Process 1 1/2 cups of the blueberries in your food processor until completely smooth.
  2. Pour over the cheese layer and sprinkle the rest of the blueberries all of the cake.
  3. Place the cake back in the fridge overnight. Enjoy!


I really hope you try this recipe because it’s so delicious! I’m always amazed to see how thick the blueberry layer sets to be all naturally.


The cake is very refreshing and perfect to end a meal. Let me know if you try it out!

Turmeric paste: where were you before?!?

I love golden milk or turmeric lattes, and I’m all for adding more turmeric and its anti-inflammatory goodness to my life. However, I have to admit that preparing this delicious drink from scratch every day is too much for me. I was about to give up, when I stumbled upon an instand drink I had in my tea shelf. This gave me an idea, and I decided to try to make my own turmeric paste. After all, mixing turmeric powder, spices and coconut oil should work, right?


Well it does. The result is a thick cream that I keep in my fridge, that is ready to go with a “just add water” quality to it. This is perfect for busy nights as I just use one teaspoon of this golden paste in a teacup of hot water or milk. Instant turmeric latte. Yup.


This clearcly is the answer to all of you lazy cooks (welcome to my corner!) and busy people who need a little bit of TLC (turmeric loving care) in their life. This recipe makes enough for about 2 weeks of daily turmeric drinks and takes 10 minutes to prepare.


Cheers to that!

Here is what you need:

  • 1 cup water
  • 1/2 cup turmeric powder
  • 1 tsp of whole black pepper grains
  • 1 quill of true cinnamon
  • 5 tbs coconut oil
  • optional: 1/4 cup of maple syrup or sweetener of choice

Here is what you do:

  1. Place all the ingredients in a small sauce pan on medium heat. Mix well. Bring to a simmer and reduce the heat to keep a soft simmer going. Let sit on the stove for 10 minutes.
  2. Remove from the heat and transwer your paste to a glass container with an air-tight lid. Keep in the fridge for 2 weeks.
  3. To make your golden milk: Heat up the milk of your choice or water and dissolve 1 tsp of the turmeric paste into it. Enjoy!


Because this paste has everything to enhance the availability of the turmeric active agents (fat and pepper), it’s full proof! Adding just warm liquid to this makes it so convenient. It really is the best way I have found to make sure that I drink all of that golden magic. Let me know if you try it out!

Coconut yogurt: this time it worked!

I have been trying out different ways to make vegan yogurt, but so far all of my attempts have failed horribly. There is nothing fun about waking up to a weird and pungeant smell and realizing that it is the soy yogurt experiment that has gone wrong… really wrong!


Last week however, I realized that I had some boxes of coconut milk in my pantry and that they were about to go bad. I decided that this was the perfect excuse to try making vegan yogurt again.


Now, my budget this summer is pretty tight, so there was no way I was going to spend 50$ (and maybe more) on probiotic pills. I know that these little pills would mean that I would be able to make hundreds of batches of vegan yogurt, but no. I went to my trusted local health food store, and realized that they didn’t even have those pills. So, double no. They did have already made coconut yougurt however. After checking the ingredients and seeing the “live cultures” listed as part of the ingredients, I decided that I could spare this 6$ for my experiment.


The process of making yogurt is fairly simple. You mix live cultures with your milk, stir everything well, let this sit overnight in a warm place, move everything to the fridge, and voila! I used to love making goat’s milk yogurt and kefir before going vegan, so my hopes were up on this coconut yogurt.

Here is what I used:

  • 1L coconut milk
  • 350g plain store-bought coconut yogurt (I used the one from Silk)

Here is what I did:

  1. In a large container, I mixed the coconut milk and the yogurt with a wisk until everything was homogenous.
  2. I covered the top of my container with a paper towel tied with a rubber band and placed it in my oven (with the light turned on).
  3. 12 hours later I moved the container to the fridge and let the yogurt set for 8 more hours.

The result? Well, you have two options here. The fattier part of the coconut milk yogurt will gatter to the top of your container and give you this incredibly thick and rich yogurt. The bottom part will be more liquid and perfect to add to smoothies. The first option is to keep these two phases separate and to enjoy the great diversity that this recipe gives you. The second option is to take out your trusty wisk and to wisk everything together. The result will be a smooth drinkable yogurt that is perfect for parfaits and smoothies. I have to say I did both and can’t believe how thick and creamy the top layer is.


The taste of this yogurt is tangy with the slightest coconut aftertaste. It really is super smooth and so delicious. Now, for the next batch, just remember to keep 1 cup of already made yogurt that you will use as a starter. Infinite vegan yogurt, here we come!

Buckwheat pancakes and Sea Spaguetti /// Pancake de sarrasin et haricots de mer

A year and a half ago, my sister-in-law brought us a jar of sea spaguetti from Brittany in France. It took me a while to figure out what to do with these seaweeds because I had never tasted them before. Since they had come such a long way, I also wanted to make sure I would prepare them in a dish where they would really be staring. At the begining of the year, a friend from Brittany told me to make some buckwheat crepes and to use the sea spaguetti as a topping with other vegetables. Well, it took me a while, but I finally decided to try it out.


However, yesterday, as I was looking at my pantry, I realized that I was out of buckwheat flour. I did stumble upon a really big bag of white buckwheat groats. I decided to use those to make my own flour: YUM! The flour was light and fluffy and full of nutrients. I really liked the subtle buckwheat flavour that is a lot less obvious than with black buckwheat, while still being recognisable. It got me thinking about what other flour I could make myself. Stay tuned for more fun kitchen experiments. Let’s start with the buckwheat pancakes.


Here is what you need for 12 pancakes:

  • 2 1/2 cups of white buckwheat groats (once milled, you should have 2 cups of flour)
  • 3 cups of almond milk
  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • 1/2 tsp salt

For the toppings:

  • 1 cup sea spaguetti
  • 2 carrots
  • 1 cucumber
  • 1 green apple
  • juice of 1/2 lemon

Here is what you do:

  1. In your food processor, use your S blade to mill your buckwheat groats into a fine flour. Some bigger pieces are okay, but make sure it is as fine as you can. Transfer your flour to a large mixing bowl.
  2. Mix in the almond milk, salt and olive oil until you have a smooth batter.
  3. Heat up a non-stick pan on medium heat. Once it is hot, make pancakes using about 1/3 of a cup at a time. Let cook until it doesn’t bubble anymore, flip it over and  let cook for one more minute. Repeat until you don’t have any more batter.
  4. For the toppings, rince the sea spaguetti and chop it up in small pieces. Do the same with the cucumber and apple. Use your potato peeler to make ribbons with your carrots. Mix all of the vegetables with the lemon juice.
  5. To plate, alternate between pancakes and salad. Enjoy!


The sea spaguetti was really tasty: full of sea flavour. The texture is very smooth, which is a great contrast with the apple and carrot. I kept the flavours light and fresh because, well, it’s summer but also because I wanted to preserve the delicate taste of the sea spaguetti. If you have a chance, I really recommend trying them out. The pancakes were soft and chewy. As I had two extra ones, I served them with some melted chocolate and bananas: the sweet version was as great as the savoury! Let me know if you try this out or if you make your own flour. I’d love to know more!

Il y a un an et demi, ma belle-soeur nous a rapporté des haricots de mer de Bretagne, en France. Ça m’a pris un peu de temps pour me décider à les cuisiner parce que je ne voulais pas ouvrir la conserve avant d’avoir une bonne idée… Il y a quelques mois, mon amie bretonne m’a conseillé de les servir avec des crêpes de sarrasin et d’autres légumes. Bon, ça m’a pris pas mal de temps, mais j’ai finalement essayé.


Hier, j’avais vraiment envie de les préparer alors je me suis mise en recherche de farine de sarrasin dans mes placards, sans succès. Par contre, j’ai trouvé un grand sac de graines de sarrasin que j’avais acheté pour les faire germer. Je les ai utilisées pour en faire de la farine et WOW! La farine a  une saveur légère et douce beaucoup moins intense que la farine de sarrasin noir. Ça m’a fait réfléchir à quelle autre farine je pourrais essayer de faire, alors c’est à suivre! Pour l’instant, commençons avec les pancakes de sarrasin!


Voici ce dont vous aurez besoin pour 12 crêpes:

  • 2 1/2 tasses de graines de sarrasin blancs (vous devriez avoir environs 2 tasses de farine une fois les graines moulues)
  • 3 tasses de lait d’amande
  • 1 c. à soupe d’huile d’olive
  • 1/2 c. à thé de sel

Pour les garnitures:

  • 1 tasse de haricots de mer
  • 2 carottes
  • 1 concombre
  • 1 pomme verte
  • jus de 1/2 citron
  1. Dans votre robot, utiliser votre lame en ‘s’ pour moudre votre sarrasing en une farine fine.Il y aura quelques morceaux un peu plus gros, mais essayer d’avoir la farine la plus fine possible. Transférer votre farine dans un grand saladier.
  2. Ajouter le lait d’amande, le sel et l’huile d’olive et bien mélanger jusqu’à ce que la pâte soit bien lisse.
  3. Faire chauffer une poêle anti-adhésive. Une fois chaude, faites cuire les crêpes une à la fois en utilisant 1/3 de tasse de pâte pour chaque crêpe. Laisser cuire jusqu’à ce que les bulles soient fixes, retourner et laisser cuire pour environs 1 minutes. Répéter jusqu’à ce que toute votre pâte soit transformée en crêpes!
  4. Pour les garnitures, rincer les haricots de mer et les découper en petits morceaux. Faites de même avec le concombre et la pomme. Utiliser votre épluche patate pour faire des rubans avec les carottes. Mélanger les légumes avec le jus de citron.
  5. Pour servir, alterner entre crêpe et salade. Savourez!


Les haricots de mer sont vraiment gouteux et remplis de saveurs maritimes. Leur textures est lisse et tendre, ce qui contraste bien avec la pomme et les carottes. J’ai gardé les saveurs simples et fraîches parce que c’est l’été, mais aussi pour préserver la saveur délicate des haricots de mer. Je vous les conseille vivement si jamais vous avez la chance de les goûter. Comme il me restait deux crêpes, j’y ai ajouter du chocolat fondu et des morceaux de banane: MIAM! Aussi bonne que les salées! Dites moi si vous essayez cette recette ou si vous faites vos propres farines. J’adorerais en savoir plus!

1 bowl chocolate chip and oatmeal cookies! \\ Biscuits au chocolat et à l’avoine!

For the last few months, I’ve been trying to eat healthy and to pay attention to portion sizes… except for when it comes to chocolate chips cookies. After resisting that craving for a bit, I finally caved in, and started to try out recipes. I wanted chewy on the inside, crispy on the outside oatmeal cookies, all vegan and gluten-free of course. Here’s a really quick, simple, 1-bowl recipe for just that!


Here is what you need for 8 cookies:

  • 1/3 cup coconut oil, at room temperature
  • 1/3 cup hazelnut butter (or any other nut butter you like)
  • 2/3 cup coconut sugar
  • 2 tbs chia seeds + 6 tbs water (mixed together to make chia eggs)
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1/3 cup brown rice flour
  • 1/2 cup quick oats
  • 1/3 – 2/3 cup chocolate chips (choose your level of chocolateness!)
Here is what you need to do:
  1. In the bowl of your food processor, mix together the coconut oil, nut butter, and sugar until smooth. Add in the chia eggs and vanilla extract and mix again until smooth.
  2. Mix in the two flours, oats, salt, and baking powder until everything is smooth.
  3. Add the chocolate chips and pulse until everything is well combined.
  4. Line a cookie sheet, and preheat your oven to 350F (180C).
  5. Form balls of cookie doughs with 1 tbs of dough and place them on the cookie sheet. Flatten them to the size you want them to be as they will not spread much.
  6. Bake for 15 minutes or until the edges are golden.
  7. Remove from the oven, and let cool on a wire rack until completely cooled, and enjoy!


I really hope you give these a try because they are delicious! Let me know what you think!

Depuis quelques mois je fais des efforts pour bien manger, avoir des légumes verts plusieurs fois par jour et m’assurer que mes portions sont raisonables… sauf pour les biscuits au chocolat! Après avoir resister à la tentation pendant quelque temps, j’ai finalement essayé quelques recettes, et voici ma préférée: croustillants à l’extérieur et tendres à l’intérieur, ces biscuits sont parfaits!
Voici ce dont vous aurez besoin pour 8 biscuits:
  • 1/3 tasse d’huile de coco à température piècecup coconut oil, at room temperature
  • 1/3 tasse de beurre de noisettes (ou d’un autre beurre de noix de votre choix
  • 2/3 tasse de sucre de coco
  • 2 c. à soupe de graines de chia + 6 c. à soupe d’eau (mélangés pour former un oeuf de chia)
  • 1 c. à thé d’extrait de vanille
  • 1 c. à thé de poudre à pâte
  • 1/2 c. à thé de sel
  • 1/3 tasse de farine de riz brun
  • 1/2 tasse de flocons d’avoine à cuisson rapide
  • 1/3 – 2/3 tasse de pépites de chocolat (choisissez votre niveau de chocolatitude!)
  1. Dans le bol de votre robot culinaire, mélanger l’huile de coco, le beurre de noix et le sucre. Une fois le tout homogène, ajouter les graines de chia et l’extrait de vanille et bien mélanger.
  2. Ajouter les farines, les flocons d’avoine, le sel et la poudre à pâte et bien mélanger.
  3. Ajouter les pépites de chocolat et pulser pour les incorporer.
  4. Préparer une plaque à biscuit et préchauffer votre four à 350F (180C).
  5. Former des boules de pâte avec 1 c. à soupe de mélanger et les placer sur la plaque à biscuit. Applatissez-les à la taille que vous préférez car ils ne s’étendront pas pendant la cuisson.
  6. Placer au four pour 15 minutes ou jusqu’à ce que les bords soient dorés.
  7. Retirer du four et laisser les biscuits refroidir. Régalez-vous!


Ces biscuits sont sérieusement délicieux et j’espère que vous les essayerez!

Soft marinated tofu \\ Tofu soyeux mariné

When I shared my quinoa bowl featuring this soft marinated tofu on Instagram, someone asked for the recipe, and I shared it there. However, this is so good, it really deserves its own blog post. I updated the recipe a bit, but it’s still terribly easy and delicious.


Here is what you need:

  • 250g soft tofu
  • 2 tbs light tamari sauce or light soy saue
  • 2 tbs vegan Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 clove of garlic, minced
  • 2 tbs sesame seeds
  • 1 tbs wakame flakes
  • 1 tsp maple syrup
  • pepper or red chili flakes to taste
  1. Cut the soft tofu in medium size cubes. Make sure not to cut the tofu in small pieces as this tofu is very tender and will break during the cooking process. Place your tofu in a saucepan.
  2. In a small bowl, mix the rest of the ingredients and add to the tofu. Gently mix until each piece of tofu is well coated.
  3. Let simmer on medium heat until the tofu is warm all the way through. This should take less than 10 minutes. Remove from the stove and enjoy!

This is so quick to prepare and so delicious! It’s really good with some quinoa and even better with some rice and grilled veggies. The sauce is savory and has something from the sea with the wakame which is really good. It’s a great way to prepare tofu if you’re out of time. Let me know if you try this out!

Lorsque j’ai partagé un de mes bols de quinoa avec du tofu soyeux sur Instagram, quelqu’un m’a demandé la recette que j’ai postée en commentaire. Cependant, cette recette est tellement bonne qu’elle mérite vraiment son propre post. J’ai un peu retravaillé la recette, mais elle est toujours terriblement facile et délicieuse.


Voici ce dont vous avez besoin:

  • 250g de tofu soyeux
  • 2 c. à soupe de sauce tamari légère (moins de sel) ou de sauce soja légère
  • 2 c. à soupe de sauce Worcestershire végane
  • 1 gousse d’ail émincée
  • 2 c. à soupe de graines de sésame
  • 1 c. à soupe de flocons de wakame
  • 1 c. à thé de sirop d’érable
  • poivre ou flocons de piment au goût
  1. Découpez le tofu en cube de grosseur moyenne. Tenez compte du fait que parce que ce tofu est très mou, il se désagrégera un peu durant la cuisson. Placez le tofu dans une petite casserole.
  2. Dans un petit bol, mélanger le reste des ingrédients pour former la sauce. Incorporez-la au tofu et mélangez doucement jusqu’à ce que chaque morceau soit bien nappé de sauce.
  3. Laissez mijoter sur feu moyen jusqu’à ce que le tofu soit bien chaud. Cela prend moins de 10 minutes. Retirez du feu et savourez!

C’est tellement facile et rapide à préparer! Ce tofu est délicieux avec du quinoa et encore meilleur avec du riz et des légumes grillés. La sauce est savoureuse et légèrement océane grace aux flocons de wakame. C’est vraiment une façon délicieuse de préparer du tofu alors j’espère que vous allez l’essayer!