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    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

    This is a dish that is popular in Japan and usually sold as street food. This version is made with pork, although you could easily substitute chicken or tofu.

    Recipe #82262

    This was absolutely delicious! It will make a tofu lover out of you yet (I hope!). I let my tofu sit overnight in the marinade, and then baked it, and I thought it turned out great. As I describe below, be sure to really "press" the excess liquid out of your tofu to ensure that it absorbs the marinade. Don't be afraid to put something really heavy on it to draw out the moisture. Cast iron pan works great! Source: Sunday Moosewood cookbook

    Recipe #81284

    The combination of ingredients in this recipe I have to say is perfect. Really delicious and nutritious. This is a Mollie Katzen recipe.

    Recipe #9267

    This is a favorite family recipe we received from a good friend. One batch is never enough! The recipe is so versatile that you can add tofu, mushrooms, or any other vegetables to your liking!

    Recipe #40107

    Very simple to make, and really flavoursome, ideal winter breakfast or all-purpose soup. Based on a recipe from my asian cookbook, but that was too salty, so I changed it.

    Recipe #104573

    10 Reviews |  By Hadice

    This is a great way to eat tofu. This method could also be used for chicken. Tastes great served with a vegetable and rice. This recipe only serves one so adjust ingredients as needed.

    Recipe #150716

    Szechuan-style stir-fried tofu with ground beef. You can adjust the spicy-ness scale by substituting chilli sauce with ketchup and add more/less chilli flakes.

    Recipe #68961

    I love General Tso's Sauce and have always wanted a vegetarian version, so here it is! Not only is it lighter than the chicken version but it tastes amazing and even meat eaters are sure to love it! Try your local Asian store for the rice wine and vinegar. I love to serve this with brown rice.

    Recipe #143085

    This tofu version of a shepherd's pie is certainly not very traditional, but this recipe still makes for a hearty meal. This Shepherd's Pie is a casserole combining a tofu saute, mashed potatoes, and mushroom gravy. If you perform the 3 steps concurrently, you will shorten the preparation time. You should start the freeze-thaw tofu procedure the day before you expect to make the casserole. Prep time does not include thawing time for tofu. I like it even better the second day.From the Moosewood Collective.

    Recipe #134301

    Gathered from an Indonesian website-kokkieblanda, this is a nice blend of vegetables and flavors.

    Recipe #187213

    4 Reviews |  By chia

    quick easy main course soup, you can substitute chicken or tofu if you prefer, and this is easily doubled or tripled.

    Recipe #77939

    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

    Depending on the country of origin, this recipe is known by a variety of names, including "Steamboat", Chinese Fondue, Shabu-Shabu and Yosenabe. It makes for wonderful communal dining on a cold winter's night. The idea is to have a pot of simmering, seasoned broth at the table, into which fresh ingredients, including meat, seafood, tofu and vegetables, are dipped by each guest. Once cooked, the food is then dipped into a sauce of choice. Provide two sets of chopsticks per guest, one pair for dipping the ingredients into the broth, the other pair for dipping the cooked items into the sauces and for eating. You can, alternatively, provide each guest with a small wire mesh for dipping the food into the broth to cook. Adjust the type and amount of ingredients to suit your taste. Some other ideas include thinly sliced beef, fish balls, scallops, meat balls, chicken livers, squid, and broccoli. Serve with your choice of dipping sauces (see recipe for Imperial Fondue Dipping Sauces), for example, Chinese Mustard, Wasabi , Ginger Soy, Sesame Soy, Miso, Peanut, and Sweet & Sour, or use commercial brands of sauces. For cooking time, allow at least two hours for eating and conversation!

    Recipe #78536

    Ma Po, in Chinese, means 'pock-marked old lady'. It refers to a famous Szechwan chef's wife, who created this dish in the 19th century in the provincial capital, Chengdu. Be warned! Ma Po Dofu is hot and spicy, and tofu has never tasted like this before! For a vegetarian version, omit the meat, add more tofu and, after blanching, place in the marinade ingredients for 30 minutes. Brown bean paste/sauce is salty brown sauce made from fermented soybeans, and is found in jars at most Asian markets. It is also known as yellow bean paste/sauce, soy bean condiment, "Yuan Shai Shih" or "Mo Yuen Shih". If unavailable, substitute with black bean sauce. For the Szechwan chile paste, I substituted "toban jiang", (also known as "toban jan/jyan"). Try to obtain the Szechwan peppercorns. They are what give Szechwan cuisine its distinctive flavor. This delicious dish is loosely adapted from a recipe in "Mrs. Chiang's Szechwan Cookbook". It looks complicated, but I assure you it isn't! Just assemble all the ingredients before cooking.

    Recipe #78452

    Crispy deep-fried rice noodles coated with a sweet-and-sour sauce. An easy, tasty Thai dish with interesting textures and flavors. Add pork, chicken, shrimp, or fried tofu, or a combination -- your choice.

    Recipe #78324

    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

    Very similar to the dressing served in Japanese restaurants over iceberg lettuce. Also good on a tossed salad or as a marinade for chicken or seafood. Most any silken tofu will work in this recipe from an older issue of Cooking Light. 2 T. = 1 serving

    Recipe #54463

    From the International Vegetarian Cookbook. Serve the tofu over steamed brown rice or use as a sandwich filling!

    Recipe #171417

    This version of falafel uses tofu rather than garbanzos, making it faster, lighter, and higher in protein. Source is "New Recipes from Moosewood Restaurant". This recipe is posted for Zaar World Tour.

    Recipe #135374

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