Fresh Sprout Salad with Tofu for Lunch

This is a simple sprout salad with tofu that is easy and full of nutrients from the vegetables and lots of protein from the tofu. What makes it extra tasty is the crispy tofu.  If you are very busy and just want a quick meal then plain tofu will work too.

Sprout Salad with Tofu Recipe


1 cup sprouts (alfalfa, lentil, broccoli or fenugreek).
1 cucumber
1 cup arugula
2 pieces celery, chopped
1 tomato

Crispy Tasty Tofu or Marinated Tofu or Plain Tofu chunks 



  1. Mix all vegetable ingredients.
  2. Toss with Tahini dressing.
  3. Add on top either Crispy Tasty Tofu or Marinated Tofu or plain tofu chunks if you are in a hurry.  See these recipes below.
  4. Eat and enjoy.

Try some more of my favorite tofu recipes:

Crispy Tasty Tofu
Crispy Tasty Tofu is a Great Addition to Meals

Crispy Tasty Tofu is a Great Addition to Meals – I enjoy adding crispy tasty tofu to a meal. It adds a vegan protein which is actually good for us.

Marinated Tofu – If you like tofu, or would LIKE to like tofu, this marinated tofu recipe is fast and delicious.

Tofu with Zucchini & Almond Cream is Delicious – this recipe was developed while I was looking after a friend’s child for him while he was in India.

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Diana Herrington

Diana has been writing about natural health and wellness for over 20 years. Having used foods to heal her own body, she now shares her wisdom with others.

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One Comment

  1. Generally your recipes are very tasty & healthy but to my dismay you have included tofu in some of them.

    Not sure why you would promote TOFU consumption when it is proven dangerous for your body. Research shows that soy can only be processed and advantageous to the body if it is fermented, such as in: tempeh, natto, tamari or miso. Tofu is not a fermented product so the human body can not process it. For centuries, East Asians did not eat soy products unless they were fermented. Unfortunately the introduction of TOFU (primarily in the 70’s/80’s in the western world) has become a modern fad, becoming more processed and more recently taken to new levels as meat substitutes, such as: tofurkey.

    People should do their due dilligence and research before consuming.

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