- tofu (Bowl)
- 2 cups cooked brown rice
- 1 cup shredded carrots
- 2 cups spinach leaves
- 2 cups broccoli florets
- 2 teaspoons olive oil (or additional sesame oil, divided)
- 1 cup chickpeas (drained and rinsed, if using canned)
- salt (/pepper)
- 16 ounces extra firm tofu (pressed and drained)
- peanut sauce
- 2 tablespoons toasted sesame oil
- 1/4 cup low sodium soy sauce
- 1/4 cup pure maple syrup (100%)
- 2 teaspoons chili garlic sauce
- 1/4 cup crunchy peanut butter (or creamy)
PER SERVING *
|Calories600Calories from Fat260|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
|Calories from Fat260|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Miranda 27 days ago
Flavor was amazing will totally make this again
Ana B. 12 Aug
Delicious. just the right amount of spicy
Hope 25 Jul
Tasty recipe, pretty easy and inexpensive to make too. Took a little more time than I expected for such a simple recipe due to baking things separately and allowing time for the tofu to marinade, but worthwhile.
baking 12 Jul
Delicious, though the peanut sauce is too salty, so maybe try with less soy sauce. Also, chickpeas were not mentioned in the directions, but instead beans? Delicious overall, with minor flaws.
Shireen Burley 26 Jun
Narelle J. 20 Jun
very delious and will make it again
Jordan Fergus 14 Jun
This was amazing. I made it for myself as a vegetarian, and my husband as a meat eater, and we both thought it was fantastic. The sauce was incredible, the tofu was so nice baked, and we served it with a lentil, quinoa and brown rice mix which went perfectly with it. I want to eat this all the time!
Sarah Sarah 10 Jun
great idea. i didn't measure anything and it turned out great
Anthony Rock 13 May
This recipe was great! I'd recommend increasing the peanut butter and garlic chili sauce, however, since it was a but salty/soy sauce heavy without that change.
Leslie L. 30 Apr
Excellent recipe And easy to make I prefer a little less soy sauce so I left out a couple tablespoons
Lindsey H. 26 Apr
sauce had waaay too much soy
Fabiola R. 16 Apr
Wow! Absolutely love this recipe!! I added more veggies and instead of rice I used quinoa. I also did not roast the broccoli but instead boiled it with some cauliflower. I didn’t have real maple syrup so I just used normal conventional syrup. And added some red chili.
Betsy M. 10 Apr
This was delicious- made exactly as recipe. Will make again- I could drink the sauce.
Captcha C. 2 Mar
Id use white rice instead of brown for this one. Next time I'm also using 2x the amount of broccoli as well because it was definitely stretched thin. Overall though, this recipe was wonderfully tasty and I'll be making it again!!
Maia 1 Mar
Super yummy and fulfilling.
Rohling 25 Feb
Great made with chicken.
Jnenigirl 23 Feb
Very good! I have spoiled picky eaters and everyone loved it! like someone said you can add all different types of veggies the sauce just brings everything together. Definitely a must try!
Jeen 21 Feb
The taste was great, although the preparation is a bit complicated. It’s great to also store the ingredients separately and portion them as lunch boxes.
Meador 4 Feb
really good !!!! made it as stated . will make again
Rosa 31 Jan
Really good! I didn’t make the sauce exactly as the recipe because I didn’t have the maple syrup. Get it if you can. If you don’t have it use sugar. I would add as much as the recipe ask for soy sauce...use 2 to 3 spoons of soy sauce maximum.,..taste as you go .
Sophie Foss 29 Jan
Delicious! I put the chickpeas in the marinade alongside the cooked tofu and it was very yummy, a great flavoursome marinade.
VV 23 Jan
Delish. Steamed the spinach and eliminated the broccoli. 4/5 stars because it was time consuming and messy but worth It
Ja'Net Danyell 22 Jan
Looooooved it 😋. It takes time to cook everything, but was well worth the wait.
Jamie B. 19 Jan
I was out of spinach, so I used cabbage instead. I cooked all the veggies & chickpeas in a pan to heat them before browning the tofu.
Santosh Iyer 13 Jan
Modified with other mixed veggies and substituted maple syrup for fresh pineapple. DELICIOUS.
Lét 11 Jan
The peanut sauce is Delicious....and it is simple to prepare. loved it!
Stephanie 10 Jan
So delicious and nutritious!
Shannon 4 Jan
I subbed hard tofu with smoked tofu which I heated up in the sauce after making the sauce. Subbed chick peas with a can of small lentils. Used honey instead of maple syrup. Added Ginger, garlic, fresh red chilli pepper and lemon juice to sauce. Roasted lemon kale instead of spinach and added fresh yellow peppers to bowl = Delicious
Peggy 31 May 2017
I mainly used this recipe for the peanut sauce which was delicious. I only used 2 T of soy sauce so it wouldn't be too salty. I used honey instead of maple syrup and I added 1 tsp of rice vinegar. It was too hot to use the oven so I cooked the tofu in a cast iron pan with some olive oil to get it crispy. I stir fried broccoli, carrots, and red bell peppers and then added the marinated tofu back in.
Chica 19 Apr 2017
Made it! Never again, not worth all the work for nothing special! Bland! Need more sauce! I even added cooked garlic and ginger