Tofu fingers

Tofu fingers Ingridients For 1 person: 100 g tofu (plain white) 1 tablespoon of cornmeal 1 tablespoon of white flour spices (salt, pepper, paprika, turmeric, cumin, chili…) crumbs water and oil Preparation Cut the tofu into evenly sized sticks (I got 6 sticks from 100g). Mix the flour and spices in a bowl and roll … Continue reading Tofu fingers

Pasta with broccoli and tofu

Ingridients For 4 people: 200 g of ordinary tofu 160 g of broccoli flowers 300 g of any pasta without eggs 1 clove garlic soy sauce (tamari) ginger powder sesame oil sesame seeds Preparation Cut the tofu into cubes, add the crushed garlic, ginger powder and soy sauce. Place in the refrigerator for half an … Continue reading Pasta with broccoli and tofu

Tofu side dish with eggplant and onion

Ingridients For 3 people: 3 medium -sized eggplants 4 medium sized onions 200 g tofu Soy sauce spices as desired olive oil Preparation Peel the onions and cut. Cut the tofu into cubes. Both the both in the oil so that the onions are gilded and the tofu is baked (about 5-10 minutes). Meanwhile, cut … Continue reading Tofu side dish with eggplant and onion

How healthy is tofu?

Tofu Tofu is one of the few plant foods that contains just about every protein the body needs. On top of that, it has a lot of antioxidants, minerals and good fats. But it is healthy only if we do not overdo it. Tofu originated in China and became popular in Europe and the United … Continue reading How healthy is tofu?

Myths and misconceptions about soy…!!!

Soy has long been considered a highly nutritious legume and an excellent source of protein by renowned nutritionists and clinical nutritionists. Soybeans contain all the essential amino acids and an admirable number of micronutrients (vitamins and minerals), including calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, zinc and vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9 and C. … Continue reading Myths and misconceptions about soy…!!!