Tofu or bean curd is a crucial ingredient in recipes from all over Asia. Look here for tofu stir fry, silken tofu, tofu soup, tofu curry, you name it!
Based on the braised tofu dishes you can get in Chinese restaurants this is a healthy homemade version that doesn’t require deep frying.
You can serve this with white rice but because of the tofu it's just as good plain. Substitute mushroom sauce for the oyster sauce and it's vegan.
This is a Vietnamese style salad with layers of fresh vegetables, herbs, rice noodles and grilled tofu. The tofu should be marinated for several hours for best results.
This is one thing that vegetarians used to eat at barbies before haloumi got so popular. It's simple and tasty. You can cook these in a frypan too. Make sure you get the firm tofu.
Firm chunks of tofu velveted in cornflour to seal in the juices then fried in oil with your favourite vegetables then tossed with a prepared peanut sauce.
Tofu takes the place of dairy in this lovely creamy chocolate pie. You don't have to be vegan to love it!
This is a popular soup in Korea, generally used as a cure-all comfort food. You can use vegetable stock if you want it vegetarian.
This is my vegan version of beef bourguignon. Tofu and mushrooms are simmered in a wine sauce. Serve with rice or bread.
Now you can enjoy this favourite Thai dish of stir-fried noodles in your own home. There are a lot of ingredients but it is worth the effort!
These easy individual serves of lasagne are a nice twist on standard vegetarian lasagne. They are also great to freeze. Use fresh lasagne sheets to make this even quicker.