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    The joy of soy

    Tofu, tofu and more tofu with occasionally more tofu thrown in. mostly aisian dishes I love crispy tofu!
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    Deep fried tofu, or abura-age, is used in soups, one pot cookery, noodle dishes, and in many other ways. It can also be delicious all by itself as a topping on a bowl of rice (domburi). Deep fried tofu can be purchased at most Asian food stores, but it is easily made at home, and all that you'll need is a wok for the deep frying and a colander for rinsing and draining. Deep fried until crisp and golden brown on the outside, abura-aga is amazingly white and soft on the inside! Preparation time includes pressing time.

    Recipe #183563

    A frequent star in my bento box. This can be eaten hot with rice or cold on wholegrain toast. Tofu refers to the thin rectangles of tofu which can be opened up and stuffed with rice. use 2 rectangles. Credit for this recipe goes to Chizuko Moriyama

    Recipe #180268

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    Recipe #36007

    2 Reviews |  By Seebee

    Definitely a comfort food, this can be the main course with rice rather than just a 'sauce' to put over the rice! If you're desperate and without cashew or sesame butter, try experimenting with tahini and/or peanut butter. Note: I have no idea how long it takes to chop the vegetables, and I realize the minutes don't add up to the total cook time. What can I say, I'm slow...but I sure can cook!

    Recipe #63036

    I make this when my brother and sister come to visit me. They get it with cornbread and sasperella, if i told them what was in it they would turn their noses up but served like this it a "Cowboy dinner"

    Recipe #181993

    This makes a very sticky gooey tofu, almost tofu taffy. it tends to stick to itself and everything else. Its a bit of an aquired taste...

    Recipe #183232

    Adapted from This Can't Be Tofu: 75 Recipes to Cook Something You Never Thought You Would - and Love Every Bite, by Deborah Madison, this is easy, fast, and beguiling. Serve with rice or a baked sweet potato.

    Recipe #119435

    Tofu in the west is often used as a meat substitute for veggies, it was also used for this purpose by Buddhist monks whom first introduced Vegetarian cookery to Japan. This dish is a modern addition to their traditional dishes. I like to serve with rice and make double the quantity of sauce to pour over. I also put my tofu out to drain before I go to work so it is ready to go when i get back

    Recipe #178192

    A tasty snack or appetizer. Tofu cubes are very crispy outside, yet warm and soft inside. Sort of like Asian "french fries". And i simple love the sauce, even used it as salad dressing sometimes!

    Recipe #69191

    I love this dish, Depending on how I'm feeling i either use egg or sweet chili sauce to coat the tofu prior to covering with the panko. My favourite sauces to serve with it are Recipe #179186 and Recipe #24158. Prep/cooking time does not include draining time!

    Recipe #179585

    Mmmm spicy and savoury, great snack food but can be dressed up for a dinner party.

    Recipe #182043

    I love tofu...I like how it picks up the flavor of whatever sauce it's coated with. I especially liked this recipe where the tofu is browned a bit before having the sauce poured on top. This can be served warm or at room temperature. It would be a good addition to a bento box (Japanese boxed lunch). I found this gem in the Chicago Tribune, which attributes it to Ron Bilaro.

    Recipe #172518

    It couldn't be easier! Makes a nice side dish, or could serve as a main dish if you're in a vegetarian mood! Subtly sweet with just a hint of spice. Enjoy!

    Recipe #64829

    Low in saturated fat, serve with tenderstem broccoli or stir fried veggies.

    Recipe #181989

    i like to serve this with Pad thai noodles, nice and thick to hold the sauce. Cooking time includes draining time for tofu. Edit - Just made this dish and had to sub a few things, I can confirm the following works! Frozen tofu (excellent!) sweet chilli sauce with some chilli flakes added, spring onions and no coriander yum!

    Recipe #181990

    Great for BBQ's and summer parties. Cooking time includes marinating time.

    Recipe #181991

    great on a crusty roll with minty mayo. Mmm hungry typing this!

    Recipe #183233

    Makes an impressive dinner party course as well as a dish for people not really keen on tofu.

    Recipe #183718

    I saw this on a TV show and KNEW I had to try it! I loved it so much I made it again the next day! I have posted the recipe as it originally appeared but I often use canned/frozen corn for ease and simplicity.

    Recipe #207759

    The tofu in this recipe is cooked like a steak - seasoned with salt, pepper and garlic cooked till crispy on the outside and hot in the middle. I like to serve with an assortment of chargrilled veg and mushrooms and soy sauce and wasabi as condiments.

    Recipe #178472

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