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Making a crumbed meal simply involves coating your food in flour, dipping it in a liquid such as a beaten egg or milk (dairy or plant) and then covering it in crumbs made from bread or things like herbs, quinoa and coconut. You can crumb just about anything, from fish to chicken to vegetables. Once crumbed you can bake, pan-fry or even deep-fry if you have to, until you add a golden, crispy layer of taste to whatever it is you are cooking. Open up your mind to some crumbed cooking ideas with our: almond-crumbed salmon; crunchy teriyaki tofu nourish bowl; crumbed haloumi; eggplant schnitzel; crumbed oyster mushroom burger; herb and quinoa crumbed cauliflower; chicken schnitzel with parsnip mash; coconut and hemp crumbed brussels sprouts; or sourdough crumbed lamb cutlets.

Crunchy Teriyaki Tofu Nourish Bowl

Recipe / Stephanie Hinton

I created this recipe for the people who are still learning to love tofu. I promise you even the greatest tofu sceptics will love it! The combination of crunchy tofu paired with a sweet teriyaki sauce and slurpy soba noodles is a winner.

Serves: 2

Tofu Salad

¼ cup tapioca flour
1 organic free-range egg
1 cup gluten-free panko crumbs (or regular if not gluten-free)
1 tsp sea salt
Freshly cracked pepper
300g block organic firm tofu, sliced into 2cm cubes
¼ cup coconut oil
1 packet soba noodles
½ avocado, cubed
1 spring onion, shallot
2 tbsp sesame seeds
1 tbsp black sesame seeds Micro herbs, to garnish (optional)

Teriyaki Sauce

¼ cup tamari sauce
2 tbsp warm water
1 tsp sesame oil
1½ tbsp honey
1 tsp finely grated ginger

Bring a medium saucepan of water to the boil. Combine all teriyaki sauce ingredients in a bowl and set aside.

Set up the crumbing station. In one bowl place the tapioca flour, in a second bowl whisk the egg, in a third bowl place the panko crumbs and season generously with sea salt and a crack of pepper. Dip the tofu cubes in the tapioca flour, then the egg mixture and finally in the panko crumbs and set aside on a plate ready to fry. Repeat until all of the tofu is coated in the crumbs.

Add the soba noodles to the saucepan and cook according to the packet instructions. Drain and set aside. Meanwhile, heat the coconut oil in a shallow medium frying pan. Add the

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