How to make tofu taste legit
A new series in my attempts to let the tofu non believers know that tofu can in fact taste legit- as long as you bring the flavorz (I'm gonna show you how)!
I posted the video of how I built these nachos on my Instagram : @thedailykale Follow me over there to see my video content ;)
I must say these were 1000 % inspired by Yard House! Yes out of all places, Yard House inspired these damn poke nachos.
Unfortunately I haven’t been to Hawaii and tasted the real deal of what I can only imagine is insanely delicious and refreshing poke! Although I have had another place here in L.A. that I’ve heard is pretty authentic and it’s also really good (Sweetfin). But again, this particular recipe I created was my try at the dish I love to order when we go to Yard House.
*Also can I just mention, it has been my dream since I was a kid to go to Hawaii. So if y’all wanna just put that wish out there for me in the world, I would so appreciate it!
Without further ado, I give you, Poke Nachos.
What you'll need for the nachos:
Rice paper chips
Assembling the nachos:
Remember, The amounts of certain ingredients are completely up to you. I added a little tofu into each rice paper chip. Then added edamame, cabbage, avocado, spicy Mayo, teriyaki glaze, truffle aioli, cilantro, scallions, sesame seeds and the crispy garlic.
If you won’t be eating these immediately I highly recommend not plating these a head of time because the rice paper will become soft with wet ingredients in it for too long. So if you were serving these at a party for example, serve it in a guacamole style/ deconstructed nachos way. Have the chips alone in a bowl and all of the other ingredients separate. Ummm DIY Poke Nacho Party anyone ?! Sounds fun to me !
ENJOY Y’ALL! tag me on Instagram @thedailykale if you make it !!
I’ve ate a lot deviled eggs in my day. It’s always been my favorite thanksgiving food... but yoooooo, for real, ya gotta try this out! And then you can take this to your next party/thanksgiving/holiday party or really wherever... You really could even eat these for breakfast ya know, it’s eggs after all. Have a party in your kitchen! why not ?! I have zero rules just be sure to enjoy! tag me if ya make it!
Spicy Mayo Deviled Eggs w/ Teriyaki Sauce
Recipe by: Krysten Jorgensen aka The Daily Kale
Makes 6 servings (1 half of an egg)
Double recipe depending on how many you need!
Tempura Onion Rings with Spicy Mayo + Island Teriyaki Sauce.
Gluten free + vegan • Say wha, say whaaaaa.
Look- to all the onion ring haters out there, my recipe might change your mind. So flavor filled. I’m in love with an onion ring and I don’t care who knows it
I tried this two ways- both worked- first way was with just rice flour, second way was with a gluten free flour blend that has rice flour as it’s first ingredient, and a few other ingredients.
*Depending on the the flour and sparkling water you are using, the amount you will need will vary. So start off slow with your water and see if you need to add more. I used @topochicousa and needed to add 3/4 cup. But you might not need as much. You want a smooth creamy batter- not too thick/ heavy.
*Also I air fried these but if you don’t have an air fryer you can always bake them, the texture might come out a little differently than mine did and you would need to keep an eye on them since baking times could be a little different. Any who here ya go! Y’all tag me if you try them :)
1/4 cup rice flour
1/2 cup -3/4 cup sparkling water
pinch of baking soda
(Add more sparkling water if necessary)
1/2 cup gf panko bread crumbs (or reg)
1 yellow onion (into slices)
Dip individual slices of onions into batter and the let excess drip off and then dip into bread crumbs until coated. You might need more bread crumbs/ batter depending on how big of an onion you are using. Air fry at 390 for 15 min., flipping half way through. Keep an eye on them so they don’t burn, everyone’s air fryer is a little different.
I topped these with homemade spicy mayo, scallions, sesame seeds, and @primalkitchenfoods Island teriyaki sauce.
#thedailykale Spicy Mayo:
1/4 cup mayo (vegan or reg )
1.5 tbsp tamari (gluten free)
1.5-2 tbsp sriracha
1.5 tsp golden monkfruit (or any type of granulated sugar)
1 tsp sesame oil
Teriyaki Brussels Sprouts with Sriracha Mayo:
Ya know when you have an idea for something and it all just works out so well: that’s this. Some things can be fails, sure... but some things can turn out like magic :) and with that said- I really hope y’all will give these a try! Let me know if you make them! #thedailykale
Teriyaki Brussels Sprouts
Recipe by: The Daily Kale
4 tbsp tamari or soy sauce
1 tsp rice vinegar
1 tsp sesame oil
2 tbsp Lakanto golden (or coconut sugar)
1/2 tsp ginger powder
1/2 tsp garlic powder
1/4 tsp black pepper
Pinch of chili flakes or cayenne (omit if you don’t like spicy)
1/2 tsp tapioca or cornstarch
Bag of Brussels Sprouts
1/4 cup mayo (vegan or reg)
1.5 tbsp tamari
1.5-2 tbsp sriracha
1.5-2 tsp golden monkfruit (or any type of granulated sugar)
1 tsp sesame oil
Stir together and voila! Drizzle over the Brussels or just directly dip them into the mayo- either way is gooood. :) anywho, hope y’all have a good day! Comment below if you make them!
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