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YELLOWDAHLIA SparkPoints: (94,861)
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1/27/13 10:54 A

UPDATE:
I decided to open a package of the tofu yesterday to check it out. I was surprised to find that it was much firmer than I expected it to be. So I carefully sliced it and baked it. It turned out great! That makes me so happy because that is my preferred way to eat it.

Since I do have so much of it I'm planning on trying some other ways of using it.

TAMMYMONIZ Posts: 409
1/26/13 8:23 P

You can make quiche with the silken. Use it in place of ricotta. Make mayo. Salad dressings. Though, you said you were not interested in deserts, silken tofu does do a great job in place of dairy.

Look up NewStart online. This way of eating has lots of great recipes for silken tofu.

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1/26/13 6:06 P

I love making a tofu broccoli bake.

Par-boil some broccoli, drain well.

Mix a block of tofu with some tomato paste, mustard, black pepper and a little soy sauce.

Lay broccoli in a wide low dish, one floret deep, spread tofu blend over the top and smooth.

Sprinkle peanuts over the top, press in a little, so they dont roll!

Bake until top begins to brown/peanuts are browning.

YELLOWDAHLIA SparkPoints: (94,861)
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1/26/13 11:09 A

I got a case of silken tofu for my birthday. I love tofu, but always buy the extra firm and bake it.

I'm not interested in making desserts or smoothies. Any ideas on what I can do with this?

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