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Super Protein Vegan Wraps
Super Protein Vegan Wraps

Super Protein Vegan Wraps

with spinach, bean sprouts, lentils, tofu and soy sauce

The secret to wrap is the way I cooked the tofu, or better, like the marinei! I usually leave the tofu to marinate overnight, but you can also make a quick marinade in 30 minutes. But remember, the longer the marinade, the more flavor it will have!


40 min

653 kcal

4 doses

Easy

Ingredients

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Nutritional Information

Calories (kcal)

Energy (Kj)

/ Per Dose

653 kcal

2,732 Kj

Nutritional real facts per meal might have small variations from the website nutritional info.​

Preparation Instructions

Note that the sauce in this recipe should be creamy and not too liquid.

For the Sauce:

01

Add the avocado, lime juice, mustard, vinegar and water.

For Wraps:

01

Start by removing the tofu from the package and remove the moisture with the help of absorbent paper on each slice.

02

Cut the tofu into cubes and place in a bowl.

03

Add the soy sauce and mix well until each cube of tofu is covered in sauce. Leave to marinate for at least 30 min (or overnight, the more flavor it will have).

04

Heat a skillet well and cook the tofu until golden, adding olive oil (or sesame oil) halfway through the process.

05

Remove from heat and add a pinch of sesame seeds.

06

Heat the wraps in a frying pan for 10 seconds on each side and place on a plate.

07

Now just assemble the wrap starting with the sauce, the spinach, the lentils, the red onion cut into strips, the sprouts if soy and so on!

Note: This recipe can make 8 wraps. A single dose is equivalent to 2 wraps.

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