Miso Chickpea Tofu
Homemade tofu just got much more exciting! We’re not sure which part of this recipe your gut will love more — the miso or the chickpeas. But either way, Miso Chickpea Tofu is sure to be a winner. Miso is a fermented paste, traditionally made from soy (although there are lots of variations) and is one of the most beneficial fermented foods for fueling probiotic growth. Miso is fairly nutrient-dense, too. This homemade tofu will provide you with high quality plant protein and fiber as well as an abundant source of zinc, copper, manganese, and vitamin K. There is also a good amount of B vitamins, iron, magnesium, selenium, and choline. Since this Miso Chickpea Tofu is super simple to make, we are sure it’s going to make its way into a few of your favorite plant-based dishes.