Tofu dengaku bowl

tofu dengaku bowl

Is that sad that my mission in life is to veganise all ‘veganisable’ (is that even a word?) dishes there are out there, in the wide, wide world? I firmly believe that we can enjoy good food and be ‘foodies’ (although I do realise that it’s an insult in certain circles) without any animal cruelty involved. This dish is a prime example of a delicious naturally vegan meal. It is inspired by the Japanese concept of dengaku, which essentially involves slathering a generous amount of sweet and salty miso glaze on top of cooked food stuffs and sticking the offenders under a grill to get a beautiful caramelisation going. It’s simple and effortlessly delicious.

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