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Vegan Eggroll in a Bowl Recipe

There are many reasons to give plant-based meat alternatives a try, from health concerns to environmental ones.

High-quality alternatives to animal proteins can help you reduce your saturated fat intake and improve heart health, as well as increase your fiber consumption. These products also typically use fewer natural resources and have a lower impact on the environment than the meat industry.

Different options for meat alternatives are readily available, including jackfruit, which mimics the texture and flavor of meat as well as provides nutrients and protein, and tofu, which provides both protein and amino acids along with a variety of vitamins.

If you’re unsure where to start with plant-based proteins, try this recipe!

Vegan Eggroll in a Bowl

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Recipe by Shayla Toombs-WithersCourse: MainCuisine: Chinese
Servings

4

serving
Cooking time

20

minutes

Vegan eggroll in a bowl will definitely be a hit with the family. Plus, it's quick and easy to make. Give it a try and enjoy its delectable flavor.

Ingredients

  • For the sauce:
  • ¼ cup

    soy sauce

  • 1 Tbsp.

    curry-flavored balsamic vinegar (my favorite is California Balsamic Curry)

  • 1 Tbsp.

    tahini

  • 1 Tbsp.

    cornstarch

  • tsp.

    cayenne pepper

  • ¼ tsp.

    red pepper flakes

  • ¼ tsp.

    black pepper

  • For the bowl:
  • 16 oz.

    extra-firm tofu

  • ¼ cup

    vegetable broth

  • 1

    large carrot, grated

  • ½

    onion, chopped

  • 1 cup

    mushrooms, chopped

  • 1

    head cabbage, chopped

  • 4 tsp.

    garlic, minced

  • 1 Tbsp.

    ginger, minced

  • Optional toppings:
  • Green onions, chopped

  • Dry raosted peanuts

  • wonton strips

  • Fresh cilantro, chopped

Directions

  • Combine the sauce components into a bowl and whisk, then set aside.

  • Drain water from tofu and crumble into non-stick pan with vegetable broth. 

  • Sauté on medium-high heat until brown, about 10 minutes. 

  • Add vegetables, garlic, and ginger to skillet and start to cook down, about 5 minutes.

  • Add sauce to pan and continue to stir for 5 more minutes. 

  • Top with green onions, dry roasted peanuts, wonton strips, and fresh cilantro, and serve.

    Shayla Toombs-Withers

    “As a busy working mom, I like to cook meals that are simple yet nutritious and filling. If you’re short on time, use pre-chopped vegetables to prepare it. If you’re extra hungry, add a cup of brown rice to make it even more filling. The flavors in this dish will really wow your taste buds! You can have a delicious, healthy meal on the table for your family in minutes.”

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