Hello lovelies, it’s spring and I’m looking forward to many colorful salads that we can finally enjoy again. Today I have a suitable recipe for this: Spring salad and tofu with pistachio crust. I was able to create this recipe in a renewed collaboration with Taifun Tofu*, which makes me very happy as this is my favorite tofu. You can find the previous two recipes from last year here: Cheesecake with silken tofu and autumn lasagne with pumpkin and feto.
The “protagonists” of the last two recipes were silken tofu and FETO from Taifun. This time it’s the classical tofu or smoked tofu. This one is dressing up and getting ready for some salad with its prettiest pistachio crust as a spring robe. The salad with roasted asparagus, the many fresh herbs and the fresh and crispy vegetables is a true indulgence. It’s perfect for Easter, a brunch or just a healthy everyday meal!
I’m especially excited about the fresh herbs that are now finally growing again. I already found chive, oregano and rosemary in my garden. This makes every dish taste even better and more aromatic.
With tofu you can use both the smoked tofu and the natural tofu. I like the smoked tofu very much, but I believe that the herby marinade and the pistachio crust are even stronger to taste with natural tofu. Just try out for yourself what you like better.
And here is the recipe for spring salad and tofu with pistachio crust:
Don’t be intimidated by the long list of ingredients. The salad and the delicious tofu are prepared very quickly and you have a balanced meal on the table. And the tofu will be guaranteed to please everyone.
The pistachio crust that is left over can be used as a topping for the salad, which tastes especially aromatic with the herbs. You can serve the salad with fresh bread, you don’t really need much more. But that’s perfect for absorbing the delicious and fresh herb dressing off your plates!
I hope I was able to make you want a large bowl of salad, fresh herbs, the first asparagus and of course the fine tofu with this spring salad and tofu with pistachio crust.You should give it a try and let me know if you liked this recipe!
*This blogpost was created in collaboration with Taifun Tofu – the recipes are my own.
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