Top Rated Tofu Recipes

Asian Peanut Broccoli Quinoa
Nothing makes me gobble up my vegetables faster than a sweet, salty, and protein-packed peanut butter sauce. This version combines peanut butter with soy sauce, dark brown sugar, honey, tomato paste, spicy red pepper flakes, and a touch of ginger. The addictive sauce goes over high-protein quinoa, crispy pan-fried tofu, and sautéed broccoli. Top each bowl with some crushed peanuts for extra crunch, and you’ll not only be devouring those vegetables, but you’ll have a healthy, protein-filled meal that’ll keep you full for hours. — Katie Parker, The High Protein Vegetarian Cookbook
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Smoky Black Bean Enchiladas
Liquid smoke takes basic bean and tofu enchiladas to a new and unbelievably delicious level. I use the enchilada sauce in my cookbook, but any canned or bottled fat-free vegetarian enchilada sauce will do. Click here to see The Ultimate 1-Pot Meal Roundup.
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authentic thai soup
“The main soup base is coconut milk,” says Sharon Chen. “I like to mix it with some pumpkin purée to strengthen the flavor. Since pumpkin is seasonal, you can make this soup throughout the year by using canned purée. When it’s in season, simply just cook pumpkin with other vegetables.“Whenever it comes to Thai cooking, there will always be a couple of special herbs we shouldn’t ignore, such as lemongrass and galangal, etc. They are essential in order to make your Thai dish taste authentic. You might find that they are slightly pricey in your grocery stores, but remember, only a little bit of each can make an entire pot of soup (enough for 4 servings) delightful! It’s fancy but affordable.”This recipe is provided by Sharon Chen of delishplan.com.
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Spicy radishes and radicchio stand up beautifully to the hearty flavor of this creamy dressing, made from roasted green onions, silken tofu, and white-wine vinegar. Fire up the grill to cook the onions, if you prefer. Click here to see In Season: Plums
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Thai Noodle Salad
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This simple shiratake noodle salad can be served cool, at room temperature, or even warm depending on your mood. Add any vegetables you have on hand like baby bok choy or broccoli. Recipe courtesy of Nasoya.
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DAVIDsTEA Ginger Noodle Soup
DAVIDsTEA can be used for more than just a mid-morning drink. Add Ginger Beer tea to your next soup recipe for added flavor — you can use it as you would stock.
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“I love the flavor of passion fruit – it’s tart, but with a fresh, flowery backnote that is unlike any other fruit. Here I add a passion fruit puree to a rich mousse made with cacao butter and tofu. I like to serve this delicious mousse with a topping of fresh sliced strawberries or other local berries. "
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This hot pot recipe is easy for college students to make right in their dorm rooms. It's the perfect meal to whip up in the winter months.
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Grilled Vegetable Napoleons with Spicy Scallion Vinaigrette
Whenever we think of Asian ingredients like bok choy, we tend to think of Asian recipes. But, I was actually interested in something quite different. I had two goals in mind — to create a completely original main course with bok choy, and to see what would happen if I grilled this lovely green veggie. That’s how this main course came to be. Red peppers, zucchini, balsamic-glazed tofu, shiitake mushrooms, and baby bok choy are grilled before being assembled in cheerful napoleons. The succulent morsels are then drizzled with a spicy scallion vinaigrette, adding a dose of heat as well as zingy, green scallion flavors. A hearty and protein-filled main course, these grilled vegetable napoleons pack a lot of flavor in every bite — smoky, deep, spicy, robust, crunchy, it’s a carnival for the taste buds! Best of all, it’s a super healthy dish… Time to fire up the grill! See all appetizer recipes. Click here to see A Vegetarian Grilling Menu.
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Baachan's Miso Soup
For 92 years (and counting!), my baachan (Japanese grandmother) has been making this soup. She raised four beautiful daughters through World War II — so she knows a little something about comfort food. My big sis and I sought out baachan's recipe, which is nothing like your watered-down sushi bar miso. This is hearty, comforting, and as authentic as Japanese food gets. See all miso recipes. Click here to see Getting Sexy in the Kitchen, 1 Day at a Time.
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Ya-Yai Mushroom Soup
This easy, seasonal mushroom soup is a staple of the dinner menu at Ember Room, located in midtown Manhattan in New York City. With just 10 ingredients, this recipe will keep your shopping list delightfully short. See all soup recipes.
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Kale Hijiki Salad
This nutrition-packed salad is light, refreshing, and addictive. To make it even more of a complete meal, top it with some grilled tofu, like this recipe, for a sweet and spicy marinade. 
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