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Tofu-Herb Bread Spread

Tofu-Herb Bread Spread

A little like ricotta, this high-protein spread is lusciously thick and full of lively summery flavor. Great on bread or wraps, you could also enjoy this on crackers. I have not tried this myself but if you were looking for a soy-free option, you might want to try cannellini beans with lemon juice rather than tamari. Use it as a spread and pile veggies on top for a tasty alternative to hummus or bring to a picnic or potluck with crackers.

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Tofu-Herb Bread Spread

14-ounces firm tofu, pressed
3 tablespoons tahini
2 tablespoons nutritional yeast
2 teaspoons onion powder
2 teaspoons minced garlic or garlic granules
1 cup mixture of fresh herbs
(I used Italian basil, chives and dill - yum!)
1 tablespoons low-sodium tamari or fresh lemon juice
teaspoon cayenne
Salt and pepper to taste

Break the tofu up into large pieces and add all the ingredients to a food processor, pulsing until combined. Adjust seasonings to taste. Use right away or, ideally, store covered in the fridge for an hour or more. The longer it chills, the better the flavor.

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