Cauliflower! An absolutely amazing vegetable that is versatile as your imagination. This wonderful nightshade veggie (is great for gut health and provides antioxidant and anti-inflammatory phytonutrients.) You can grill it, bake it, mash it, fry it, and boil it! Additionally, cauliflower is a great source of cell-supporting folate, vitamins C & K. It is fat-free and cholesterol free and also low in sodium. What’s not to love about cauliflower?
This recipe comes together relatively easily and takes about 50 minutes of total cooking time plus about 10 extra minutes for prep. You can definitely eat this all by itself as a main dish or as a side.
I have seen several recipes for tofu seasoned with maple syrup but was not pleased with the outcome. I decided to experiment on my own and am extremely pleased with the results.
Maple tofu is great in this dish but also works really well on its own.
In this recipe decided to pair it with some basic zucchini and oven-fried sweet potatoes.
OK, this recipe may look a little advanced but it is actually quite simple. It has quite a few steps but the outcome is positively delicious.
To make the recipe Gluten-Free, try substituting Soyrizo or Tempeh in place of the Chorizo Seitan.
If you don’t have any Herbes de Provence on hand, you can substitute a mixture basil, oregano and thyme.