Pumfu is an affordable alternative to tofu that adds texture, crunch, and unique flavors to meals. Perfect for soups, salads, and veggie bowls alike!
Make this heart-healthy curried pumfu stir-fry recipe an easy one-bowl meal with plenty of flavor! Just minutes are all it takes!
1. Ginger Pumpkin Seed Stir-Fry
Vegan version of classic stir-fry recipe that will leave your family satisfied and full. Plus, its quick and easy preparation!
Pumfu boasts a mild, nutty flavor and firm texture that absorbs flavors well – ideal for stir fries, soups, salads or veggie bowls!
This easy recipe only needs two ingredients to create an incredible sauce – tamari, liquid sweetener of your choice and water! Ready in minutes, this versatile dressing can quickly transform salads, roasted vegetables or cooked whole grains!
Delicious sweet and savory pumpkin seeds will satisfy everyone at your next stir fry dinner party! Preheat the oven to 275degF and grease a baking sheet. Combine oil, soy sauce, and sugar in a medium-sized bowl before spreading evenly across the baking sheet before placing in the oven until golden, approximately 15 minutes. Allow them to cool before enjoying or store in an airtight container for up to five days!
2. Kohlrabi and Edamame Stir-Fry
Pumfu makes an ideal addition to soups, stews and chili dishes when combined with aromatic ingredients such as ginger. Here, curried Pumfu is combined with Kohlrabi noodles and sauteed edamame for an indulgent meal that won’t break the bank!
This vegan recipe makes an easy and quick dinner that will have you feeling satisfied all night long. Combining coconut aminos-marinated Pumfu with fresh vegetables such as bell peppers, carrots, and edamame for an excellent combination of flavors and textures.
Baked Pumfu is an invaluable ingredient that can be used in many dishes. In this simple scramble, Baked Pumfu adds light pumpkin flavors while simultaneously filling you up quickly – perfect for busy days when quick fueling is essential! Additionally, served alongside vegetables and whole grains it makes a nutritious brunch choice!
3. Air-Fried Pumpkin Seed Tofu
Experience an exquisite vegan feast with this easy dish of kohlrabi noodles, Pumfu, shelled edamame and sesame ginger sauce – sure to please the senses!
Start by coating the pumfu in starch (tapioca flour works well) to sear its outside without disintegrating its center, so that it has a crispier crunch when air fried. Lightly fry in nonstick skillet or bake/air fry at 400F until golden-brown and crispy.
Pumfu adds an unexpected nutty note to dishes and salads, lending itself perfectly as a unique component. Plus, its absorbent texture absorbs flavors perfectly from other ingredients!
This soy-free plant based protein can be used anywhere tofu is typically found – sandwiches, stir frys and scrambles! Plus it’s super simple to make: just mix and freeze! Plus unlike other DIY tofu recipes this one doesn’t require a coagulant agent like corn starch to stabilize its consistency!
4. Ginger Sesame Pumfu
Pumfu in this air fry recipe is coated with a ginger-sesame sauce before being air fried to crispiness, complimented by crisp mushrooms, sweet carrots and spicy broccoli spears for a complete meal experience.
Pumfu is a plant-based alternative to tofu that packs dense blocks similar to extra-firm tofu in texture and appearance. When baked, pumfu has a light, nutty flavor with a chewy texture making it the ideal accompaniment for stir frys, curries and other hearty recipes.
Cooked pumfu can be mixed in a delicious sweet and spicy mustard sauce to create this irresistibly tasty slaw recipe, which makes an ideal lunch or dinner dish. Garnished with sesame seeds and chopped scallions for an authentic Asian flair, the dish can then be combined with rice or quinoa as part of a full and nutritional meal, or served alongside lettuce wraps as an easy lunch option.