Here’s the Easiest Tofu Recipe you will ever found.
To be honest, I even hesitated before sharing the Easiest Tofu Recipe on the blog because I thought it was not really a recipe! But as I make this tofu every week a I told myself that you would surely like to have this delicious express recipe.
The taste and texture of the tofu in this recipe is so perfect that I just salivate just to think about it. Honestly I think this is my favorite way to prepare tofu. Versatile, you can accompany this tofu with a good salad, with fried rice, or simply with the vegetables of your choice. On the photo the tofu is serve with a cauliflower fried rice. ( If you would love me to share the recipe of my cauliflower rice let me know in the comment below )
If you need inspiration to prime your tofu you can also look at these others delectables tofu recipes.
You’d be surprised with how healthy tofu is. Tofu is made from 100% soy. It can come in silken, soft, firm and extra firm in texture. It has many health benefits, for example, by decreasing your chances of osteoporosis and promote healthy bone growth. Tofu has properties to help with memory, and great for promoting a healthy brain function. Tofu is rich in calcium, manganese, copper, selenium, protein, phosphorous, omega-3 fats, iron, magnesium, zinc, and vitamin B1.
HOW CAN EACH TYPE OF TOFU GET USED?
I recommend buying organic, non-GMO whenever possible for best quality
Silken – Silken tofu gets mainly used in dressings for salads or desserts.
Soft – Soft tofu can get used in many different dessert dishes such as cheesecakes and mousses. It even can be used for smoothies as a thickener.
Firm – When it comes to firm tofu, firm is mainly used as an alternative for meat products and can be baked, fried, deep-fried and even boiled.
Extra Firm – Extra-firm tofu is another soy product that gets used to replace meat. It can be cooked in most methods like grilling, broiling, pan-frying, deep-frying and can even get crumbed to give the appearance of grounded meat.Print