Mee Siam is a Malaysian favorite often served during public functions. This spicy and flavorful dish comes with a variety of colorful toppings.
Not sure what to do with tofu? Try this easy and flavorful Tofu Eggplant Curry. it is so tasty and satisfying eaten with rice.
Kimchi Jjigae, a popular spicy Korean stew made with fermented Napa cabbage kimchi, pork (or beef), and tofu. Quick and easy to prepare.
Easy and delicious Chirashi zushi topped with nori, shredded egg, tofu pockets, seasoned mushrooms, sliced green beans, lox, and fish roe.
Quick, easy, and tasty Miso Soup with wakame (seaweed), tofu, and green onions. Step-by-step instructions included for homemade dashi stock in related post.
Delicious tender crisp Stir Fry Bok Choy with ginger, garlic, and slices of deep fried tofu to provide a contrast of textures and flavors.
Delicious vinegar flavored quinoa filled tofu pockets resembling inari zushi. The tofu pockets are deep fried and seasoned with sweetened soy sauce.
Sweet tofu dessert with a silky smooth wobbly texture drenched in maple syrup. Gelatin is used as the coagulant.
Rojak, a Malaysian Spicy Fruit Salad with a mix of flavors and textures unlike any other. It is spicy, sweet, salty, tangy, soft, and crunchy. A must try!
These tasty Tofu, Corn, and Chive Fritters make delicious snacks and appetizers. They are crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside.
The season’s festivities have officially begun for us as we had some friends over for dinner this weekend. Though it may sound a little early, it really is not with only one weekend left...
Delicious silken tofu dessert eaten with a clear sweet syrup infused with ginger or pandan. Agar-agar powder is used as the coagulant.