A simple tofu teriyaki bowl recipe that the entire family will like. Parents, kids, dogs, grandparents, everyone.

Have you ever found yourself just completely burnt out from having to cook yet another dinner?

Primarily, because you have to think, again, of something to cook or eat.

Having kids means lots of time in the kitchen. Either they are asking for snacks, or they are thirsty, or they are hungry again.

The recipes I post on my blog are the ones that I always go to when I have no thinking power left in me. I know they are nutritious, tasty and that every single person will be happy. Even my slightly picky eater.

I intentionally put slightly, because he is starting to be less picky!! Not only am I ecstatic but this shows you how not giving up and allowing them to decide for themselves, really does work. This is for another blog post!

This simple tofu teriyaki bowl is no different. It is so tasty, nutritious, and it makes every single person happy.





-Preheat the oven on at 350 F so it will be ready for the broccoli once it is chopped and ready to go.

-Start with the rice as it usually takes the longest to cook. Cook it according to instructions.

-Get tofu out of wrapping. Cut into squares with medium thickness.

-Marinate with teriyaki sauce, tamari and chopped garlic. Set aside to let it sink in the flavor.

-Chop broccoli stalks off. Then chop broccoli florets according to preference. Preferably all to a similar size so they cook evenly.

-Place the broccoli florets on a baking sheet. Make sure there is space between them and it isn’t overcrowded. Toss with olive oil and salt. Spread evenly.

-Roast for 20 minutes or until you see brown around the edge.

-Heat up a medium sized pan with olive oil in medium heat setting.

-Add tofu to the pan, making sure not to overcrowd it.

-Every 4 minutes, turn each tofu pieces to ensure all sides will cook.

-Cook until desired crispiness. About 10-15 minutes.

-Once everything is cooked place all together in a bowl. I do it in layers: rice, broccoli then tofu on top.

-Spice with more teriyaki, tamari or salt if desired.


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Thank you and so glad you are here!

Let me know if you try this at home. If it helps ease up your time and if your little ones enjoyed it.

Alejandra at Living Well Co.

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