Japanese Tofu Dishes
Tofu actually has little taste or smell, so it basically serves as a conduit for other flavors. Enjoy tofu in recipes such as Udon Noodles with Bok Choy and Tofu, Sesame Tofu Stir Fry, Crispy Tofu and Vegetables, or Fried Tofu and Watercress Salad.
Tofu, with crisp, crunchy coating tops this medley of greens for a main dish vegetarian salad.
Tofu, Asian vegetables and cellophane noodles are the key ingredients in this healthy version of a classic Japanese dish.
This vegetarian Asian-style appetizer is light and healthful.
Tofu adds extra protein to this pork and vegetable recipe. It's seasoned with a light Asian sauce that's lower in sodium than bottled stir-fry sauce.
Transform this sassy low-calorie, low-fat dressing into a vegetable dip by reducing the buttermilk to 2 to 4 tablespoons.
Seasonings blend with low-cal silken tofu in a mayonnaise substitute for this classic side salad. Tofu, which takes on the flavor of foods it's mixed with, stays in the background in this recipe.
For this diabetic main dish chicken recipe, vary vegetables to create a new dish every time.
Tofu isn't bland if you crisp it up and top with tons of flavor! This one-pan recipe calls for a zingy sriracha-peanut sauce topping.
Frying enhances the flavor and texture of tofu marinated in teriyaki sauce. Stir-fried sweet peppers, green onions, and pea pods complete this low-fat vegetarian meal.
Here's an easy vegetarian dinner that's loaded with fiber. Just saute black beans and tofu, season with hoisin sauce and serve over brown rice.
Tofu replaces some of the cheese in the filling, turning this Italian favorite into a low-fat casserole.
The slices of protein-rich tofu that top this salad are seasoned in a marinade of chili sauce and peanut butter. It is then sauteed in sesame oil for bold, rich flavor.
Please any palate with a range of marinated kabobs. From steak to chicken to tofu, these grilled skewers pair perfectly with the creamy peanut dipping sauce.