NKD Living Peanut Satay Tofu Bowl

We've teamed up with @nourishing.amy to bring you a FLAVOUR PACKED SUMMER RECIPE USING NKD LIVING POWDERED ERYTHRITOL! πŸ™ŒπŸ»
Spicy yet sweet and tangy, this peanut satay is a deliciously creamy blend of peanut butter, tamari soy sauce, sriracha, lime juice and @nkdliving Erythritol Natural Icing Sugar Alternative - it just melts into the sauce! Plus, it keeps this bowl low-sugar is 100% natural and vegan, too!

Ingredients ( Serves 2 ):
πŸ’š 200g tofu, cubed
πŸ’š 150g rice
πŸ’š100g mange tout or sugar snap peas
πŸ’š 4 radishes, chopped
πŸ’š 5cm piece cucumber, sliced
πŸ’š 1 avocado, sliced
πŸ’š 2 large handfuls salad leaves
Peanut Butter Satay:
πŸ’š 3 tbsp runny smooth peanut butter
πŸ’š 1 tbsp lime or lemon juice
πŸ’š 1 tbsp NKD Living Natural Icing Sugar Alternative
πŸ’š 1 tsp sriracha hot sauce, optional
πŸ’š 1 tbsp tamari soy sauce
πŸ’š Salt and pepper
πŸ’š Olive or sesame oil
πŸ’š To serve: black sesame seeds, fresh herbs, spring onion, lime or lemon wedges



  1. Prepare the peanut butter satay sauce by stirring together the peanut butter, lime/lemon juice, Icing Sugar Alternative, sriracha hot sauce and tamari soy sauce until thick. Pour in 2 tbsp water to make a creamy sauce. Season with salt and pepper.
  2. Add the cubed tofu to a bowl and pour over 4 tbsp of the peanut butter satay and toss well. Leave to rest for 10 minutes and keep the remaining peanut butter satay sauce.
  3. Cook the rice according to packet instructions and prepare all the vegetables – steam the mange tout/sugar snap peas if desired until tender.
  4. To cook the tofu, heat a drizzle of olive or sesame oil in a large pan and add the tofu cubes so they don’t overlap (work in batches if necessary). Flip over the tofu cubes when golden and crispy and continue to cook all sides.
  5. To serve, divide the salad leaves between two bowls, top with the cooked rice, the golden tofu cubes, mangetout/sugar snap peas, radishes, cucumber and avocado. Top with some seeds, herbs, spring onion, lime wedges and the satay sauce.

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