Pumfu is made with organic pumpkin seeds to create a creamy, mild taste with firm texture similar to extra-firm tofu. As it contains no soy-derived proteins, plumfu can be used in both sweet and savory recipes alike!
Simply marinade cubed pumfu in your preferred marinade, salt it lightly and crumble into salads or air fry it to create an irresistibly crunchy snack! Pumfu also makes an excellent addition to curries, stir fries and scrambles!
1. Gingery Pumfu Kohlrabi Noodles
Kohlrabi bulbs resemble green or purple turnips in appearance and boast firm texture ideal for running through a spiralizer to form delicious noodles. Enjoy them raw for maximum crunchiness or roast for a sweet side dish option!
This dish combines elements from both stir frying and curry into one delicious vegan meal! The soy-free pumfu has an extremely creamy texture similar to extra firm tofu, absorbing flavors brilliantly! Curry paste and turmeric provide subtle sweetness, while vegetables in this dish add depth and balance of textures.
Add curried pumfu with pasta, kohlrabi noodles and edamame for an easy 30-minute dinner that packs in flavor! Enjoy the crunchy bell pepper and carrot pieces alongside sweet edamame beans that give off sweetness while the soy-free Pumfu comes pre-pressed with no additional water needed, saving time when prepping it! This dish also gives you another opportunity to experience Pumfu which comes pre-pressed without additional prep work needed – something which Pumfu doesn’t do!
2. Vegan Thai Curry Soup
This vegan, light and tasty soup is easy to make and features the perfect balance of sweet, salty, spicy and sour flavors. As the vegetables cook down in coconut milk and curry paste, red rice noodles are added and simmered – this dish can easily be tailored to suit individual preferences for spicy or non-spicy versions of Thai soup – simply increase red curry paste use or Sriracha usage accordingly; or for an additional protein punch try chewy baked tofu in place of red lentils in this recipe!
Foodie’s Pumfu is an organic, soy-free, nut-free and keto-friendly protein source with 34g per package – ideal for meal prepping! Plus it makes a fantastic marinate that marinates well. Furthermore, this snack can be air-fried to create crunchy tofu-esque textures! Available at most grocery stores or online.
3. Gingery Pumfu Kohlrabi Scramble
Start your day right with this tasty and satisfying kohlrabi and puffed pumfu scramble, perfect for breakfast! A dash of spice gives this recipe extra zest, while fresh herbs bring freshness into every bite – ready in under 20 minutes.
Pumfu, created from just pumpkin seeds and water, features a delicate, nutty taste that readily absorbs sauces and spices. Plus it cooks up like extra-firm tofu without pressing to achieve firm texture! Plus it boasts 17g of protein per serving!
This dish includes kohlrabi and garlic scapes as the centerpiece, but feel free to switch up whatever vegetables are available to you. Add turmeric for added color, or some ground black pepper for additional heat, or swap out some kohlrabi for something like arugula or tatsoi to give this recipe some variety.
4. Pumfu Breakfast Burrito
Foodies Pumfu is the latest vegan protein source on the market. Crafted from organic pumpkin seeds and high in protein (17g per serving), this firm and high protein tofu makes an ideal addition for keto and paleo diets alike.
Pumfu Sausage Crumble and Pumfu Sloppy Joe. Both options can easily be added into recipes without worrying about soy, gluten or dairy allergies, natural low carb counts or fillers being present. Pumfu Sausage Crumble offers the chorizo-style taste while Pumfu Sloppy Joe brings more comforting dishes without all those additives!
Pumfu comes pre-pressed for your convenience and is an easy plant-based meat substitute that’s easy to work with and takes flavor well. In this breakfast burrito recipe, Pumfu is seasoned with spicy mustard, garlic and ginger before being wrapped in a tortilla and wrapped up with fresh vegetables and homemade sweet sauce for an on-the-go breakfast solution! This recipe makes four burritos.