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Chinese Tofu Balls by Vegan Dad .. Patient Expert Posted Sat 04 Jun 2011 9:24pm Every time I make tofu ricotta I think to myself that I should try to make a fried tofu ball not unlike the fried chicken balls I used to scarf down at Chinese buffets back in the day. I would like to get the batter a little crispier, so if anyone has some tips please pass them along. INGREDIENTS - 1/2 cup all purpose flour (plus extra fo ... Read on »
Chinese dinner | Spinach and tofu soup | Cold Chinese Noodles | Blurb by Andrea Z. Patient Expert Posted Thu 02 Sep 2010 8:53am We spent about five weeks in July and August visiting our "real" home in Madison, Wisconsin, and my posts from July and August about traveling, doing upkeep on our house and garden, and spending time catching up with friends — usually while enjoying food — are continuing into September. I still have some territory to cover, but got sidetra ... Read on »
pansy jerk tofu with chinese broccoli and quinoa by Chandelle Patient Expert Posted Fri 05 Jun 2009 5:07pm I call this "pansy jerk" because it's very mild. I have another jerk recipe that I use for seitan, and it is powerful stuff. Being free of the trademark scotch bonnet (habanero) peppers, this jerk is more appropriate for small children and delicate adults. I can't describe how much I love Chinese broccoli (also known as kai-lan ). You m ... Read on »
Take Back the Kitchen: Alma's Chinese New Year Tofu with bamboo Shoots for a crowd by Beth F. Patient Expert Posted Tue 21 Jan 2014 9:31am Chinese New Year is right around the corner and what a perfect time to broaden our culinary horizons and experiment with Asian cooking. This is a pretty straightforward recipe that simply requires some prep work and perhaps the purchase of a few ingredients you may not have. This recipe will feed a large crowd so feel free to halve it or e ... Read on »
Easy and delicious — spinach and tofu soup, and Katrina's cold Chinese noodles by Andrea Z. Patient Expert Posted Sat 21 Sep 2013 12:00pm Our friend Katrina is a fabulous cook, and we've had many amazing meals with her when we lived in Wisconsin. She is originally from China, and always cooks traditional Chinese food — but a vegan version. She doesn't use recipes so it's hard to get her to tell me exactly how to make a particular dish, but I watched her make spinach and to ... Read on »
Chinese Food for New Year’s by Diana D. Patient Expert Posted Wed 30 Dec 2009 5:44pm Happy New Year’s Eve! (Assuming you’re reading this on Thursday and not when I actually hit publish, that is.) Do you have any extra special fun plans? Or lack thereof, if that’s how you roll? As for me, I fall into the latter category. I’m not in to the Times Square thing, or even the party thing, really. And with the boyf out of town, I’ ... Read on »
General Tsao Tofu by thegrassskirt Health Maven Posted Wed 28 Sep 2011 10:20pm Home Healthy Eating General Tsao Tofu 7 comments Sep 27/11 Healthy Eating, Recipes, Tofu Awhile back, I did a post on making Chinese takeout at home and shared an easy recipe for General Tsao Chicken. Well, I thought ... Read on »
Mahogany Glazed Tofu (month of dinner posts) by Camilla S. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 9:37pm Have a mouth as sharp as a dagger, but a heart as soft as tofu --Chinese Proverb. I’m keeping my promise of posting today, despite the sun shining in earnest, luring me outside to frolic. The enticement led to a rough start writing; when I put Nick down for his morning nap and sat before my screen, I did little else ... Read on »
Sticky sesame tofu and snow peas by Jill F. Patient Expert Posted Thu 16 Oct 2008 11:11am I love making delicious food that you could get in a Chinese restaurant, especially since I can't just go into some corner Chinese place and order up some sesame tofu or General Tso chicken or egg rolls. Kelly is mostly a vegetarian so I wanted to make tofu, crispy in some sort of soy-sticky sauce. This was a hit, and is best when eaten right away ... Read on »
Barbecue Tofu Sandwich with Roasted Peppers and Arugula by Camilla S. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 9:37pm Even the most avid cook occasionally balks at the prospect of preparing dinner. When this happens to me, I respond by firing up the stovetop for one of my reliable, stress-free standbys, such as my barbecue tofu sandwich with arugula and roasted peppers. Before I get to the sandwich recipe, it’s worth addressing the “why bothe ... Read on »