Tag: Tofu

  • Why You Really Need to Start Marinating Your Tofu

    When it comes to flavor, tofu doesn’t have the best reputation. And it’s unsurprising; without other ingredients, tofu is pretty bland and lacking in flavor. But that’s why this healthy, centuries-old protein is rarely eaten plain. When it comes to tofu, a good, flavorful marinade is your best friend. In fact, the right combination of…

  • The Best 35 Vegan Recipes With Tofu: Sushi, Caprese, Chicken, and Much More

    Americans are eating more tofu than ever. In fact, in 2020, research suggests that people in the US consumed five or more packages of the soy-based ingredient. It’s no surprise that tofu is rising in popularity; it’s nutritious, sustainable, and incredibly versatile, too.  Why cook with tofu? Tofu is popular for several reasons. Firstly, it’s…

  • Vegan Nashville-Style Hot Tofu Chicken

    Serve these fiery, crispy tofu fingers from the Fiber Fueled Cookbook alongside sourdough bread with plenty of pickles or chopped and served over a deliciously fresh salad. What you need: 6 tablespoons cornstarch¼ cup unsweetened soy milk1 cup panko-style bread crumbs1½ teaspoons smoked paprika, divided¼ teaspoon plus 2 tablespoons cayenne pepper, divided½ teaspoon salt¼ teaspoon…

  • Vegan Maple-Glazed Tofu Musubi

    Picture tender slices of vegan Spam nestled atop seasoned rice, all wrapped in a delicate nori seaweed embrace. This recipe by vegan blogger Deborah Gleason, uses a musubi press, a type of sushi mold designed for making musubi. They can be found online, at Asian grocery stores or in the international aisle of bigger supermarkets. …

  • How to Use Silken Tofu Plus 13 Recipes to Try

    If asked to find the tofu in any given grocery store, many would gravitate toward the refrigerated section. However, silken tofu can also be found as a shelf-stable product in an aseptic box. There are a plethora of recipes that benefit from this type of tofu—from desserts to savory dips. Here’s how to use silken…