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Thursday, November 9, 2017

Spiced Baked Tofu + Veggies with Apricot Couscous

vegan autumn dinner recipe

If you're looking for a meal that's packed with tons of different delicious flavors and textures, look no further. Oh, and it's vegan, too! This dish combines some of my favorite things into one and it's so easy to make. If you're looking to add a new dish to the table at a holiday dinner, this could be a great option.

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A lot goes into this dish but here are the highlights: Nasoya's Sesame Ginger TofuBaked, sweet potato, fire-roasted tomatoes, spinach (or kale, as you may have noticed I used), dried apricots, couscous, lemon zest, cinnamon, and cumin. Serve it all with a garnish of almonds and you're good to go! There are so many flavors and textures in this, it makes it seem more complex than it actually is. This dish can be made in only 2 pots and mostly just requires some dicing and simmering.

All the things that this recipe called for are things that I always have in my house, so it was super easy to whip this up. I love that this recipe uses couscous because couscous has been a staple in my home forever and it cooks faster than rice! Using Nasoya's TofuBaked is always an easy way to add a 'lil something extra to a dish quickly because it's already been marinated, baked, and ready to eat.

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This is such a delicious and comforting dish, perfect for gatherings this holiday season or just a casual dinner with family. If you'd like to try this recipe out, you can find the full recipe and directions here.

*This post was sponsored by Nasoya. All opinions are mine!*
2 comments on "Spiced Baked Tofu + Veggies with Apricot Couscous "
  1. This looks so good, why have I never thought about adding sweet potato to things like this before? I love noodles, and I think this would be delicious when noodles too.

    1. Definitely! I may make this again soon with noodles. It's so good 😋


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