Tofu sausages

Sausages are great comfort food and their importance at the neighbourhood BBQ makes them a social food too. So it’s only fair that veg*ns should get to enjoy them as well. And who doesn’t love and appreciate a good sausage or maybe two?

Tofu sausages

1.5 cups wholemeal breadcrumbs
250g tofu
1 small onion
3 tbsp fresh parsley, thyme, sage, or rosemary, finely chopped
2 tsp dried herbs
1 tsp dijon mustard
1 tsp soy sauce
2 tbsp coconut oil

Mix all ingredients together in a food processor or with a hand mixer until it forms a smooth paste. Season with salt and pepper. Then divide the mixture into balls with your hands and gently but firmly roll them into sausages. You can make the sausages big, small or medium-sized: whatever you like best. Then grill or fry for 6-8 minutes until they are golden brown, turning frequently as you cook. Serve with vegetables or salad. Then eat slowly. Appreciate. Indulge. Saviour the flavour. These sausages are filling and very healthy.

This recipe has been adapted from Tofu sausage popover in The ultimate book of vegan cooking by Tony and Bishop-Weston. 

4 responses to “Tofu sausages”

  1. I am so appreciating the fact that I follow your blog by email and an able to get these inspiring vegan posts on my phone while my computer is down. I do run out of ideas for my veggie daughter, and it’s tiring to make two different versions of a meal every day, but these sound so delicious that I will be making them for everyone. I totally agree that eating less meat is good for our carbon footprint, even though from an eco viewpoint I would actually argue that eating meat is beneficial.

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