Vegan recipe: Wrapini with tahini

If you read this article, you are probably here for one of the following reasons: You want to eat (more) vegetables and you are looking for a tasty vegan recipe. Or you are looking for what the hell a wrapini is. We feel you ;). Until recently, we didn’t know what a wrapini was. But now we are a real fan since the discovery!

And now the moment you have been waiting for. Here is the recipe for the delicious wrapini!

INGREDIENTS FOR 1 PERSON

  • 2 whole-grain wraps
  • 20 grams of arugula
  • 1 spring onion
  • 1 tomato
  • 100 grams of tofu
  • 25 grams of almonds
  • 10 grams of tahini
  • Pinch of paprika powder
  • Pepper and salt

HOW TO MAKE IT

1. Cut the tofu into pieces and fry it in a pan with some baking spray and herbs.

2. Cover both wraps with the tahini.

3. Cut the spring onion, almonds and tomato to the desired size and divide this together with the tofu, arugula and herbs over 1 of the wraps.
4. Place the other wrap on it (with the tahini on the bottom).
5. Now place the wrap between a grill plate and heat it up. If you do not have a grill plate, you can also bake the wrap in a pan.

Nutritional values: kcal 556 | carbohydrates 50 | egg whites 25 | fats 28

 

Will you let us know what your thoughts are on the recipe? We are very curious about your creations! And now you can tell everyone what a wrapini is. 😉

Vegan quinoa with mushrooms and sugar snaps!

This recipe one of our favorites! Quinoa is a good replacement for pasta or rice. You can combine it with almost everything and it’s very easy to make. This time we will show you a recipe with thai vegetables, so you keep on eating your greens ;). All the ingredients all completely vegan. Try it out and let us know what you think! 

 

QUINOA WITH THAI VEGETABLES

The ingredients (for 1 person)

  • 60 grams of quinoa
  • 70 grams of sugar snaps
  • 1 bunch onion
  • 70 grams of mushrooms
  • 1 garlic clove
  • 1 teaspoon of sesame seed
  • 25 grams of mixed nuts
  • 1 tablespoon of soy sauce

Method of preparation

  1. Prepare the quinoa as indicated on the package.
  2. Cook the sugar snaps in 3-5 minutes.
  3. Cut the bunch onion, mushrooms and garlic clove to the appropriate size.
  4. Heat some baking spray in a pan and fry the vegetables with some herbs of your choice.
  5. Add, if the vegetables are warm, the cooked sugar snaps and soy sauce.
  6. Divide the quinoa and the content of the pan an a plate and add the nuts and sesame seeds.

Nutritional values for 1 person: 

500 calories / 53 grams of carbs / 21 grams of protein / 23 grams of fat

What do you think of this recipe? Easy to make, right?! Do you often eat quinoa, and what are the best recipes? Let us know in the comments or social media! 🙂