Mira Weiner's BBQ Tofu, Kraut & Sprout Sandwich
- Bread of choice, Mira uses sourdough
- BBQ tofu (olive oil, lemon juice and @nomubrands BBQ rub or make your own refined sugar free spice mix with a combo of Nomu spices: smoked paprika, coriander, cumin, mustard, garlic powder, onion powder, salt and pepper
- Red cabbage mustard kraut
- Avo smash (avocado, lemon juice, salt and pepper)
- Sprouts of choice, Mira used a mix of alfalfa, onion and beetroot
- Thick tomato slices
- Vegan mayo
- Fresh rocket leaves
- Mix the marinade together for the tofu and allow to marinade for 10-15 minutes. Even better if you do this overnight. Airfry for 6-8 minutes on 200C / alternatively bake or pan fry tofu also works well.
- Place the fresh rocket leaves onto a slice of sourdough and top with the avo smash, BBQ tofu, tomato slices, mayo, red cabbage mustard kraut and sprouts. Finish with a generous squeeze of fresh lemon juice, a crack of salt and pepper and top with the final slice of sourdough.
- Enjoy in the sunshine! ☀️
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