Tofu Sloppy Joes are high on our list of kid friendly recipes - those that kids will actually eat.
Debbie is famous in our town for the food she brought to trade fairs at the M.U.M. Student Union. You had to get there early!
Debbie's recipes are quick and easy, they always work, and taste great. Cabbages and Roses is an excellent transitional vegetarian cookbook.
Total Prep & Cook Time: 30 Min
Nutrition Data Per Serving, 103g, not including the bun: 127 cal, 6g carb, 9g fat, 296mg sodium, 1g fiber, 8g protein, low Cholesterol, good source Calcium, Selenium, Vit K and Manganese. Estimated glycemic load 3.
Question: How many servings do you think the sloppy joe recipe makes? Can the tofu sloppy joe mixture be frozen? - Julie M.
Answer: The recipe says 6 servings and that seems right to me. I don't see why you can't freeze the mixture - although I admit I've never done it. If there was some left over, we'd just put in the fridge and eat it as a cold sandwich filling. - Savvy Veg
Love this recipe! I make mine with peppers, onion, mushroom, and black beans! I add more tumeric than cumin because I have a slight allergy to it. - Leanna M.
Leanna M., that sounds good! You could also use coriander in this recipe and just leave out the cumin. - Savvy Veg
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