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Tag Archives: Tofu
Sometimes you want a dish that tastes light and bright like springtime. Something that’s easy to make and is super fresh. This is that dish.
This slightly sweet, rich dressing over spinach is one of my favorite recipes from my grandma’s kitchen. It’s so simple, yet so elegant, and the clean flavors of spinach come bursting through the nutty flavors of the tofu. This is … Continue reading
Sweet and spicy tofu makes this hot, brothy soup from Sunset magazine an extra special weeknight dinner. Easy, vegetarian, healthy and delicious. How could you NOT love this bowl of soup?
It’s great to finally know a good recipe for pad thai. The first time Melanie tried to make pad thai in 1997, everything burned and she ended up at Jai Thai in Fremont. This recipe ended a lot more happily … Continue reading
The brown rice in this dish has a hearty, nutty flavor that just feels good for you. And the unique mixture of vegetables, including burdock and lotus root, gives this dish a lot of different textures and a clean, healthy, … Continue reading
Lentils are a good source of protein, they’re super inexpensive, and archaeological evidence shows they were eaten as far back as 13,000 years ago. Nicely done, neolithic people.