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Purple Carrot

Gochujang Tofu

with Pickled Daikon & Carrots

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Gochujang is a slightly sweet, spicy, fermented red chile paste commonly used in Korean cuisine. We toss tender cubes of tofu in a fiery, funky gochujang sauce and serve them atop a bed of fluffy jasmine rice. Sweet and tangy pickled daikon radishes and carrots add a refreshing pop of flavor to this summer supper.

Heat it up in the microwave
Pull back the film about 1 inch and heat meal on high for 2 minutes.* Let it sit for 2 minutes, peel off film, stir, and dig in! And please be careful, the bowl might be hot.

*Make sure to cook this meal until the internal temperature is 165 degrees to ensure food quality and safety are spot-on. Microwave directions are based on preparation in a 1100-watt microwave; if necessary, continue heating the meal in 30-second intervals until fully heated.

Store in the fridge (not the freezer)!

See nutrition label for full ingredient list.
Note: To maintain shelf life of our prepared meals, we use a 100% plant-based cultured dextrose product that is derived from non-dairy-based bacteria. For any specific questions about this ingredient, please contact our customer advocates.

jasmine rice [jasmine rice, water], braised tofu [tofu (water, soybeans, calcium sulfate), water, salt, caramel (cane sugar, water), five spice blend (star anise, cinnamon, fennel, cloves, and black pepper)], banh mi pickles [daikon [water, bamboo shoot, citric acid], carrots, water, rice vinegar, cane sugar, salt], gochujang, cilantro, minced garlic [garlic, water & citric acid], cane sugar, shoyu [water, organic soybeans, organic wheat, salt, organic alcohol (to preserve freshness)], lemon juice, sesame oil [from white toasted sesame seeds], rice vinegar, mirin [corn syrup, high fructose corn syrup, water, fermented rice seasoning, vinegar, sodium benzoate: less than 1/10 of 1% as a preservative], black sesame seed, white sesame seeds.
Allergens: sesame, soy, wheat