Gluten Free and Vegetarian Cooking. Beyond Rice and Tofu. When stir-frying, be sure to have all your ingredients prepared, chopped and ready to go before you turn on the stove. Start the rice cooker as you begin your preparations and your rice will be ready when dinner is ready.
I needed to use up a few ingredients I had on hand before leaving for a trip to Big Sur last week (more on that later, I promise). I ended up throwing together what might become a new favorite meal on the fly - caramelized strips of tofu served over sauteed shredded brussels sprouts.
Vegetarian Society of South Jersey's Blog. TofuXpress has donated a press to our 25th Anniversary. Let the bids begin ). TofuXpress is a gourmet food press for vegetarians, macrobiotics, gourmet cooks, and anyone who loves or would like to try to cook with tofu and other vegetables.
Go Vegetarian One Day a Week. Tofu is amazingly versatile and adaptable. It absorbs the flavors of the ingredients it's paired with and works in a variety of cooking methods. Go meatless one day a week for all three meals. Neutral-tasting tofu is known for readily absorbing flavor from other ingredients.
A Thumbs-up review. Easy vegan recipes and kitchen tips for a healthy plant-based lifestyle. Receive VegKitchen's monthly e-newsletter. If you use two to three tubs of tofu per week, you are going to love the nifty little kichen tool called Tofu Xpress,* described in this review.
How to Train for Your First Half Marathon on a Plant-Based Diet. Vegetarian Running and Fitness. Written by Matt Frazier. You can't be a vegetarian for long without eating tofu, especially if you are trying to get lots of protein for training.
Wednesday, November 16, 2011. Vegetarian * Delicious * Healthy. My kids and I love to snack on my Salt & Pepper Tofu, a super easy and delicious way to get this high-protein vegetarian food into our diet. I added a little whimsy this time around, by cutting the tofu into French Fries. Everyone loved them.
Send me an E-mail. This recipe was based on that old classic "chicken Marsala" that has it's place on the menu of every family style Italian restaurant. I wasn't going to use chicken, and I didn't have an Marsala, so I went off on my own riff a bit here.
This makes a quick and easy snack, and is good served with grilled veggies and soft tortilla wraps, or with your favourite dipping sauces. 2 tbsp olive oil 1 tsp sesame oil 1 packet of frozen tofu, defrosted dash soya sauce. Heat the oil in a frying pan. Thinly slice the tofu and fry until golden brown.