Courgette zoodles & Tofu | Spice & All Seasoning | Gluten Free

August 25, 2016

Courgette zoodles & Tofu | Spice & All Seasoning | Gluten Free

Crispy tofu with fresh greens, corn and spiralized courgette noodles, with a soft boiled egg.

Ingredients (Per serving)

Method

  • Optional for vegans – Boil some water and add an egg to boil for 6 minutes - this is the perfect amount of time for a runny yolk - add more time if you want hard boiled.
  • Start by making your courgette noodles with your courgette and spiralizer - if you don't have one of these you can buy ready made courgette noodles in many supermarkets.
  • Once they are prepared leave them to the side and start preparing your tofu. Cut tofu into bite size chunks and pop into a pan with coconut oil or your preferred oil. Cook for 2-3 minutes until it starts to go golden brown then add the courgette noodles.
  • To this mix add Nudespice Spice & All Seasoning and add sweetcorn and broccoli too. You can also add in other veggies such as mangetout and sweet potato chunks.
  • This mix should only take 5 mins to cook and then you can pop into a bowl and add your egg on top.
  • Serve and enjoy!

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