Tofu, pronounced toe-foo, is also known as bean curd. It is a vegetable cheese prepared by treating soybean milk with coagulants. It is used extensively in Chinese cooking. It is very mild in flavor so it absorbs the taste of things with which it is cooked. It is a good meat substitute as it is fairly high in protein. This category will list recipes made using tofu, and places where you can get more information on tofu.
Limit the red pepper for a milder dish.
Instructions from the book The Folk Art of Japanese Country Cooking by Gaku Homma.
Instructions, material and ingredients necessary to make this bean curd.
Step-by-step instruction on how to make tofu at home.
Describes the traditional art of tofu-making.
Describing the origins and production of tofu as well as listing menu suggestions and availability information.
Step-by-step guide to creating this meat-free holiday favorite.
A collection of baked, curried, or stir fried low-fat dishes.
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