Recipe: Perfect Vegan “tuna” Pasta Salad

Vegan “tuna” pasta salad. My mom makes it, my sister makes it and both my husband and I make it. I love it so much that I wanted to make a vegetarian version of it because I've been missing it. Have you ever tried vegan "tuna"?

Vegan Tuna Salad – A fishless version of a old classic. It's creamy, tangy, briny, and so delicious! Pile it high on toasted bread, stuff it into pita pockets, toss it with leafy greens, spread it on crackers, or just eat it with a spoon! You can cook Vegan “tuna” pasta salad using 7 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook that.

Ingredients of Vegan “tuna” pasta salad

  1. Prepare 2 tin of braised tofu.
  2. Prepare of Lemon.
  3. You need 2 sheets of tofu.
  4. You need of Pasta.
  5. You need of Onion.
  6. Prepare of Carrot.
  7. Prepare of Tomato.

This vegan tuna hasn't the same texture than real tuna and it isn't the most beautiful recipe we've ever shared, but it has a delicious fishy flavor thanks to You can eat this vegan tuna as a dip, or use it to make sandwiches, salads or any recipe that calls for real tuna. I've only used it cold and it has always. One of the natural food stores in my area has a great salad bar, where I love to get my vegetable-and-protein fix after a long trail run. They have a vegan tuna salad (as in "tuna") that I put on top of my greens every time.

Vegan “tuna” pasta salad instructions

  1. Prep ingredients.
  2. Cook pasta and chop veg. Roughly chop tomatoes, grate carrot and dice onion.
  3. Drain brazed tofu and fork the flakes loose. Rip up nori into small bits and stir into tofu. Squeeze lemon over.
  4. Once pasta is cooked and drain stir everything in together.
  5. Add cheese if you like (this is vegan cheese).

Vegan tuna salad that actually tastes like the stuff you grew up eating! Chickpeas and heart of palm give it the perfect texture, but the real magic is in the dulse flakes that infuse it with the perfect savory seafood flavor. Vegan Tuna Salad is an easy and affordable lunch. You can make a batch ahead of time and enjoy it all week, either on greens or a sandwich. So by making the vegan tuna salad one day, you can enjoy a healthy lunch plus snacks every day of the week!

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