Fresh, flavorful veggies wrapped in rice paper with sweet and savory peanut sauce for dipping. Food should be like this: beautiful, delicious and good for you.
Grease a 15" baking sheet and set the oven to 350 F. While the oven is warming up, open your 14 oz. package of tofu, wrap it in paper towels or cheese cloth to absorb excess water. Then, cut the tofu into long, thin pieces that will fit nicely into the roll. Place them on the baking sheet and drizzle some tamari over them, lightly. Leave them in the oven for 45 minutes, flipping them half way through.
Julienne the cabbage, carrots and onion. Everything except the spring greens will need to be cut into long thin strips. Chopping the veggies should only take about 10-15 minutes, so you will also have time to mix up the sauce before the tofu is done!
The sauce couldn't be much easier. Simply mix all the ingredients together and voila! If you have a food processor, this is a great option so that the ginger and garlic become well integrated into the sauce and don't leave you with chunks.
Once you have all your veggies prepped and your sauce is complete, start boiling water for the rice paper. If everything goes as planned, your tofu will just be getting out of the oven and has a few moments to cool off. It is best to use a large pot to boil water in, since the rice paper will need to be fully submerged.