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  1. Drain and press tofu (as advised on packaging)
  2. Chop tofu into strips
  3. Mix 1 tablespoon light soy sauce, dark soy sauce, peanut butter, garlic granules and maple syrup in a bowl and pour over tofu
  4. Leave to marinade for 30 mins
  5. Place tofu pieces on a tray lined with baking paper, oven bake for 25 mins on 180°C, flipping halfway through
  6. Meanwhile prepare the satay sauce; fry onion, garlic and ginger in sesame oil
  7. Add red Thai paste
  8. Add 1 tablespoon soy sauce, brown sugar and lime juice
  9. Finally add in the coconut milk and peanut butter and mix until smooth
  10. Assemble your burrito; put some cooked white rice on a wrap, then add your tofu pieces, then veg (we added crunchy red cabbage and red pepper), add coriander, a squeeze of lime juice and finally the satay sauce

Top Tips

  • We drained our tofu and then pressed it by popping it on a plate lined with kitchen paper. We put more kitchen paper and another plate on top, then added a couple of heavy pans to press! We left it for an hour or so, swapping the kitchen paper when it became saturated with liquid
  • You can of course swap the tofu for anything else you like; try paneer or halloumi for a similar texture to tofu, without the effort of draining. Or maybe try a meaty fish like cod, or perhaps chicken or pork!
  • If your sauce ends up too thick, just add a splash of water to thin!
  • If your sauce isn’t thick enough, you can add more peanut butter and/or coconut milk, and if that doesn’t work, add 1 tablespoon of cornflour mixed with 1 tablespoon of cold water, mixing quickly
  • Make sure you have all of your ingredients ready before you put your wrap together – cook your rice, chop your coriander, slice your vegetables – this will make it easier
  • The trick to a perfect wrap is don’t overfill it! See the video above – we only use the middle third of the wrap, and don’t pile the ingredients too high
  • The nutritional value above is based on an average 180 calorie tortilla wrap, and 30g (raw weight) white rice. Values may vary depending on your own brands