Fajita Tofu Kabobs are a fun twist to add to your menu plan! This recipe can be made on your outdoor or indoor grilling unit!
Fajita Tofu Kabobs
This recipe will not disappoint. While it features tofu, it also features some delicious, colorful and fresh bell peppers and red onion.
Ingredients for Tofu Kabobs
I love how colorful and beautiful these ingredients are when you cut them up. Don’t you?
How to Season Your Veggies
Next up is the seasoning. Seasoning can be tricky for those who have to eat gluten-free. Be sure to check labels to make sure the seasoning fits for you.
I would suggest going straight for a Fajita Seasoning or you would use a Southwest Seasoning as we used in our recent Seasoned Black Beans recipe.
Honestly, if you just want the deep southwest flavor, you can use taco seasoning, in a pinch 🙂 I mean that makes it more like Taco Tofu Kabobs, but it will work.
I even had a little helper for this one. She was on floor duty. She made sure that all scraps that fell on the floor were cleaned up asap! I mean in a super timely manner.
What a good girl! Thanks, Gia!
Get that seasoning on along with some oil and then stir it up. Make sure you stir until its coated all pieces!
Once you’ve taken care of the vegetables, it is time to tend to the tofu! To make this dish we first pressed our tofu.
How to make Tofu Kabobs
Press tofu with your EZ Tofu Press and cut into chunks.
Put your cut peppers and onions into a bowl. Mix oil and 1 T of seasoning on the veggies. Stir to coat.
On a plate, lay out your tofu chunks. Add remaining seasoning to the tofu. Squeeze lime juice onto the tofu. Let all ingredients sit for 15 minutes.
Load up your skewers. You should have enough ingredients for at least 6.
Preheat the grill to 375 and grill your tofu kabobs 6 minutes on each side or until done.
Place skewer ingredients onto corn tortillas. Garnish with cilantro and ENJOY!
Always Press Your Tofu
Pressing your tofu is important, did you know that?
I didn’t at first, but throughout the years I’ve come to realize the need for pressing your tofu!
What Type of Skewers are Best for Kabobs?
I used metal ones, but you can also use bamboo. Just be sure to soak them in water first!
Fire up the GRILL, these babies are ready!
Our Favorite Grill
We are so excited to be using a new grill this summer. Our new Silverbac is from the Grilla Grills family! It is a wood pellet grill that provides you with the option to smoke your food or grill your food. I am in love with the size of this grill It has a huge surface for cooking!
We have been playing and grilling up a storm this summer! It has been fun testing recipes and creating some new ones with our grill! If you are using a grill like this one, you will need to preheat the grill to 375 and grill your tofu 6 minutes on each side or until done.
Fajita Tofu Kabobs - make your grilling exciting!
- Press tofu with your EZ Tofu Press and cut into chunks.
- Put your cut peppers and onions into a bowl. Mix oil and 1 T of seasoning on the veggies. Stir to coat.
- On a plate, lay out your tofu chunks. Add remaining seasoning to the tofu. Squeeze lime juice onto the tofu. Let all ingredients sit for 15 minutes.
- Load up your skewers. You should have enough ingredients for at least 6.
- Preheat the grill to 375 and grill your tofu kabobs 6 minutes on each side or until done.
- Place skewer ingredients onto corn tortillas. Garnish with cilantro and ENJOY!
All though this website attempts to provide accurate nutritional information, the information should only be considered an estimate. Varying factors such as different product types, different brands, etc. can change nutritional information. It is your responsibility as a consumer to read all labels to make sure the ingredients fit your dietary needs as well as calculate your own nutritional information as a double check.
If you’ve spent some time following our little blog and our social media channels, you know that our household loves our EZ Tofu Press! You’ve seen mine in action a lot on our Facebook and Instagram channels!
Every time I talk about the EZ Tofu Press, I share that it is something I didn’t know that I needed. Now that I have one, I will never be without! This device gets so much liquid from my tofu which allows it to cook up better!
Let’s talk! Leave me a comment below telling me your favorite way to cook tofu? Have you tried Fajita Tofu Kabobs? What is your favorite tofu recipe? Have you grilled tofu before?
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