Greek Wraps with Lemon-Kissed Tofu

Greek Wrap

I always find a ton of recipe ideas while perusing Flipboard, and often email them to myself only to forget about ever sending them. However, this time around, I actually remembered to come back to this particular recipe.

These Greek Wraps with Lemon-Kissed Tofu were actually featured in a contest for Vegetarian Times and So Delicious Dairy Free. I love, love the technique used for pressing lemon zest into the block of tofu and then searing both sides of the tofu block. It’s such a great idea and I plan to use it for other tofu dishes.

I have to admit, though, that I didn’t care for the So Delicious Plain Greek Cultured Coconut Milk. I love coconut milk yogurt, but I found this too sweet for being a plain yogurt. I actually used some salad dressing I had on hand to jazz it up. (Next time, I’ll use a different plain yogurt and turn it into a tzatziki sauce with dill and cucumber.) The final result was pretty tasty and filling.

Hope you all are well!

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3 thoughts on “Greek Wraps with Lemon-Kissed Tofu

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  2. Mmmm, your wraps are so perfectly wrapped! How do you do that? As the warmer weather approaches, I find myself gravitating towards dishes with a lemon flavor. You’ve reminded me that I need to look at my flipboard…haven’t used it in ages.

    • Ha! Well, they don’t normally turn out that nice, but I lucked out this time. I tried to pack the fillings in as I rolled, which may or may not be the key. And I love, love anything lemon (especially dessert) too. BTW, I love the new look of your blog!!

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