This was our 2004 Thanksgiving dinner. A Moosewood recipe. The results were excellent. Per my cousin Amysauntjo: Husband said "It's a keeper." He took it to the non vegetarian diabetic in the family who hates tofu figuring she would refuse and he could keep it for when he visited. She loved it. He said she didn't even thank him because she was busy eating it. Per Us.. The wife and I both loved it. And she did the same thing to us when we shared it with her. I assumed she wouldn't eat it the wife said all she said was "OHH GOOD I like this." and dove right in.
Moist chocolate cake with subtle berry flavour. Excellent introduction to tofu in a dessert. Only you will know it is made with tofu. 1 cup whole wheat flour and 1/2 cup all-purpose flour may be substituted for 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour.
This is a triple soy bonanza. If you have an Asian market near you, get some freshly made tofu. It's wonderful. Sneak around the produce department while you're there and see if you can pick up some soy bean sprouts--much tastier than mung bean sprouts. I use vegetable oil because it's soy bean oil; hence the thriple soy bonanza. Soy products have a lot of health benefits, but you are not sacrificing taste, believe me. This way of fixing ramen noodles will change your attitude towards this lowly soup. I think you'll also agree that stir-frying the vegetables before adding to the soup improves their taste and texture.
I found this recipe on the net when I had to make a greek dish for my son's history class. I love the marinated Tofu, to me it is just as good as the Feta Cheese it substitutes and healthier, however you can substitute the Feta Cheese for the Tofu if preferred.
Chimichurri is a potent, hot and garlicky South American sauce that is usually served with grilled meats. Try it here with grilled tofu for a fiesty vegetarian dish that is sure to please. Make extra sauce and store it in the fridge for up to a month in an airtight container. It is great marinade for chicken, pairs nicely with any grilled meat and works well as a topping for baked fish.
This is a delicious colourful chili with a perfect blend of many vegetables with tofu in a thick spicy tomato base. This original recipe came from Runner's World magazine, although I have altered it to suit my likings. Frying tofu gives it a more meat like texture. For those who like chili very spicy, more chili powder may be added.