Tofu "Feta" Salad Wrap Recipe

September 7, 2017

Today I was in a hurry to eat and leave to see a friend. So I made this very simple go-to lunch, that was both vegan and low-FODMAP. Tick and tick!  

 

It's such a simple idea, but it's exactly these kinds of meals that are brilliant to have for when time is limited and we're getting hangry! Because it's these moments when we cave and have something brimming with FODMAPs. 

INGREDIENTS

 

  • 2 tomatoes

  • 4-5 romaine lettuce leaves

  • 3 inches of cucumber

  • ~150g/5oz of pressed tofu marinated in olive water

  • sprinkle of chives 1tsp

  • (little squeeze) of lemon juice

  • 1 tsp balsamic vinegar

  • 1/2 tsp of garlic infuse olive oil

  • 1 Warburtons gluten-free seeded wrap

 

INSTRUCTIONS 

 

1. Chop tomatoes, cucumber and lettuce.

2. Combine dressing ingredients in a jar and shake.

3. Assemble, filling the wrap with the salad and tofu, drizzling on the dressing.

4. Eat or pack up in a hurry ... it's that kind of meal!

 

NUTRITIONAL CONTENT

 

Energy = ~475kcal

Protein = 25.7g 

Fat = 23.7g (3.4g are saturated)

Carbs = 47.7 g (8.7g = Sugars)

Fibre = 6.7g (27%)

 

Iron = 6.5mg (36%)

Calcium = 512.mg (~51% RDA)

VitA = 1614 IU (69%)

VitC = 30.3mg (40%)

VitB12 = 0

Folate = 70.4 μg(18%)

 

 

 

 

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