Pepper Steak Style Tofu with Quinoa and Tomato

This dish was full of flavors!  After a leg workout with weights, abs and then a 20mins hatha yoga, I needed to nurture my body correctly. When lifting, carbs are the best source of energy for those muscles to recover so I choose ttoeat quinoa because it has a good amount of carbohydrates but also fiber, … Continue reading Pepper Steak Style Tofu with Quinoa and Tomato

Baked Tofu, More Delicious

More savory tofu recipes? Yes! Even for me, tofu can be difficult to enjoy sometimes. Most of the time I use the same spices and same method to eat my tofu. It is basically, turmeric with nutritional yeast or garlic with coconut liquid aminos. At Instagram I had seen many pictures of baked tofu so … Continue reading Baked Tofu, More Delicious

Gnocchis from Scratch and Avocado Sauce

Homemade ñoquis was an exciting, adventurous, frustrating but fun and successful experience. Ñoquis o gnocchis (the Italian grammar) are a type of pasta originated from Italy. Instead of being made with flour, these are made with mashed potato and flour. I consider these more nutritious because you have the benefits for the potato (fiber, minerals and vitamins) … Continue reading Gnocchis from Scratch and Avocado Sauce

Tofu ‘Meat’ Balls

  These are the best vegan meatballs! They have the perfect shape, they are flavourful and have a nice meatball consistency.The best part? The procedure is so easy and fast. You simply process all of the ingredients in the food processor, shape them into balls on the baking tray and let them get done in … Continue reading Tofu ‘Meat’ Balls

Cornmeal Waffles

Each time my waffles are getting better. Each time I make my waffles, I get to make a better batter. The first few times, my waffles where tasteless and gummies. Now, they are sweet, crisp and moist. After many trials, finally, I found my own and original waffle mixture. The recipes is similar to the … Continue reading Cornmeal Waffles

Puerto Rican Canoes with a Twist

The canoes are one of the typical dishes of Puerto Rio. This dish usually conssit of a fried plantain filled with ground beef. I wanted to give a twist to this Puerto Rican dish and I made a vegan version with tofú and another version with fish. The plantain, instead of being fried, it is … Continue reading Puerto Rican Canoes with a Twist

Tofu ‘meat’balls

I felt in love with these meatballs and I know you will too! It does not matter if you are vegetarian or not, you will enjoy this healthy, fun, and different dish. You would not believe they are made from tofu. Their texture is firm and their shape is very round up. When you bite them, it … Continue reading Tofu ‘meat’balls