10 minute Satay Tofu

This week is going way faster than last week. I can't believe it's Friday already!

So for lunch today I wanted no fuss, and of course, as tasty and fast as possible.

I grabbed a bag of cauliflower rice at the supermarket (basically just cauliflower that's been blitzed to a rice texture in a food processor), and I thought I'd give this dish a whirl...whilst timing myself!

I realise that most people doing the F45 8 week challenge will be in an office job, or have a work destination that they need to be at each day. So not everybody has the luxury of working from home and whipping things up.

This could literally be done in the morning, or the night before, and reheated at lunch time in the office.

From start to finish, including the sauce, and even washing my pan, it took me 10.05 minutes. No excuses really!

Recipe for 1 serve

4 slices organic tofu, I use Tonzu brand here in NZ

1 1/2 cups cauliflower rice

1 spring onion, chopped

A small handful of fresh coriander leaves and black sesame seeds to garnish

For the sauce...

1 TBS peanut butter

1 tsp tamari

2 tsp water

A pinch of chilli flakes

A squeeze of lime (optional)


Heat a little coconut oil in a pan and fry off the tofu, around 4 minutes each side.

Meanwhile, whisk the sauce ingredients together in a bowl.

Once the tofu has cooked, set aside, and place the cauliflower rice in to heat. You can add a few of the chopped spring onion slices in if you like.

Serve in a bowl with the sauce poured over the top and your chosen garnishes.

7am Hollywood class tomorrow...I can't wait!

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