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  • Crispy Thai tofu with pomelo slaw

    Marinated in Thai spices and chargrilled, this delicious tofu recipe absolutely bursting with flavour. Alongside a pomelo slaw, this is a refreshing dinner any night of the week.

    Australian Women's Weekly|May 27, 2019

  • Scrambled tofu wraps

    Deliciously flavoured scrambled tofu makes for a dreamy breakfast or lunch. Just load up a wrap with your favourite toppings and sauce for an unbeatable plant-based feast.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Jan 14, 2019

  • Green curry bean stir-fry

    Ready in under 20 minutes, this fragrant curry is the perfect quick but wholesome midweek meal.

    Woman's Day|Nov 07, 2017

  • Crisp tofu banh mi

    This delicious vegan sandwich from The Australian Women's Weekly' 'Vegan Kitchen' cookbook is packed with crisp tofu, pickled vegetables and a chilli vegan mayo for the perfect lunch idea.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Apr 21, 2017

  • Tofu and pepita satay bowls

    This delicious recipe is packed with healthy ingredients! Char-grilled broccolini, red capsicum and crispy tofu are teamed with nutritious and filling black rice and are finished off with a drizzle of satay sauce.

    Woman's Day|Mar 01, 2017

  • Corn, quinoa and tofu balls with minty cream

    For a deliciously healthy twist on the classic meatballs recipe, why not try this vegetarian recipe? Our tasty baked corn, quinoa and tofu balls are packed full of protein for a delicious and nutritious dinner.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Sep 19, 2016

  • Vegan dinner recipes for the family

    From hearty casseroles and curries to lasagne and pasta dishes, let us show you just how tasty eating meat-free can be. If you're following a vegan diet for ethical or health reasons, these dinner recipes are for you. They contain no animal products, but are all super delicious (and nutritious) and are guaranteed to fill you up and satisfy your cravings.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Aug 24, 2016

  • Delicious and iron rich foods for vegetarian foodies

    Whether you're a vegetarian or purely considering cutting back on eating meat, you can still get essential vitamins and minerals from eating grains, nuts, fruits and vegies. Here's how.

    Now to love|Jan 11, 2016