Pumfu is an irresistibly tasty plant-based protein made from USDA organic pumpkin seeds and water, similar to regular soy tofu in terms of its firm texture and ability to take on flavors easily.
Discover easy pumfu recipes that will impress both friends and family alike – it may just become your new go-to treat!
1. Curried Pumfu Stir-Fry
Pumpkin seed tofu is an adaptable plant-based alternative that can be added to soups, stews and curries as an ingredient. With its compacted yet soft texture suited for absorbing flavors easily while adding its own subtle nutty sweetness.
Stir-frying eggplant slices in a creamy coconut yogurt sauce makes an enticing vegan dinner recipe, pairing perfectly with kohlrabi noodles and sauteed edamame to create an enjoyable vegan dish!
This dish is perfect if you want something quick and easy that won’t leave you hungry, yet also hearty and satisfying. Made in just one pot and with ingredients easily accessible from most stores.
This hassle-free breakfast recipe tastes deceptively similar to bacon! Pumfu is marinated with maple smoky sauce before air frying to crisp perfection for a satisfying and nutritious meal that can be served alone or alongside potatoes and veggies for maximum convenience.
2. Avocado Scramble
This easy scramble recipe is packed with nutrition. Not only is it an effective way of familiarizing little ones with the pincer grip for baby led weaning, it can also act as an egg replacement! Pumfu made from pumpkin seeds packs 17g of protein per serve while still being low on carbs!
Pumfu, made with just pumpkin seeds and water, looks similar to firm tofus, yet tastes significantly different. Although its light green hue may not be off-putting, bits of unblended seeds, bitter aftertaste, and unsettling indigestion prevented my sample from passing my taste test.
Scrambled with some milk, it becomes creamy and velvety in texture, and its inherent sweetness becomes the perfect egg-alternative. Try pairing this recipe with some chilli garlic toast and some refreshing melons juice!
3. Kohlrabi Noodles with Edamame
This quick and nutritious weeknight dinner features buckwheat noodles, protein-packed edamame, and other vegetables to satisfy cravings for Asian cuisine! Additionally, it is vegan-friendly, gluten-free and boasts a low calorie count!
Pumfu is a high-protein, soy-free alternative to tofu made from pumpkin seeds that boasts mild flavor that absorbs added flavors easily and a texture similar to tofu. Perfect for stir fries, soups, salads and veggie bowls alike!
Pumfu can also be air-fried to create a delectable and nutritious vegan version of bacon, making an excellent snack or addition to salads, sandwiches, wraps or burgers. Try pairing it with JUST egg for even greater satisfaction and try this easy and quick recipe as an introduction to working with pumfu – all it requires are three ingredients and 15 minutes!
4. Thai Coconut Curry
Make this delicious coconut curry for an easy weeknight dinner using pantry staple ingredients – you won’t believe how good it tastes! It tastes just like something you’d find at a Thai restaurant but with minimal effort in your own kitchen!
Pumfu, a plant-based tofu packed with 17g of protein per 4oz pack! Crafted with USDA organic pumpkin seeds for maximum nutrition. Pumfu boasts mild yet nutty notes similar to extra-firm tofu texture while being naturally soy free, vegan, gluten-free and low carb friendly!
Vegan tofu can be an incredible culinary tool; from being fried or seared for searing to marinated dishes like stir fries and scrambles. Plus, its versatility means it makes an ideal meat replacement in curries. Cooking time is very fast making this ideal for this kind of recipe; plus pufffu’s versatility means it can even be coated in corn flour before being pan fried to create crispy tofu bites!