Monday, 27 July 2009

Meat Free Monday - Smoked Tofu and Broad Bean Salad

This week's meat-free Monday dish is again a smoked tofu one. I couldn't help it - it was so tasty! But I wanted to see how it would go with a different flavour palette.

So. Delia Smith's wonderful Summer Collection cookbook contains this lovely recipe for Fried Halloumi with Lime & Caper Vinaigrette. In The Guardian last weekend, Rosie Sykes created a homage to that dish - Fried Halloumi with Runner Bean Salad. And now I present my homage to the homage:

Fried smoked tofu with broad bean salad
(serves 2 as a light dinner)

1 block smoked tofu
cornflour for dusting
olive oil for frying
3 cups double podded broad beans
3 spring onions, sliced
4tbs lime juice
1 tbs small capers
1 tbs white wine vinegar
1 clove garlic
1 tsp Dijon mustard
small slosh of olive oil
black pepper

Cut the block of tofu into 4 slices, dust with cornflour and fry in a splash of olive oil on both sides until crispy.

Simmer the broad beans in water until tender, then drain and mix with the other ingredients. Serve the warm bean salad with the crisp tofu.

8 comments:

The Cat's Mother said...

I'm a fan of Delia's halloumi recipe. Not so sure about smoked tofu?

girlichef said...

Oh, this sounds really yummy...I like smoked tofu alot, but haven't had it in quite a while. Course, I LOVE halloumi, so... :D Delicious!

maybelle's mom said...

love smoked tofu-this sounds like a good meatless monday.

Foodycat said...

Mother - tastes like bacon...

Girli - I adore halloumi too!

MM - it was a tasty one.

kat said...

That looks like such a good for you meal

Jude said...

What your mum said.

Foodycat said...

Kat - thanks!

Jude - seriously, it is good!

Esi said...

This sounds perfect for summer and I like that you used smoked tofu. Bet it added a great flavor.

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