Tofu is one of my go-to food when I don’t have much time to cook but still want to eat yummy, healthy food. You can eat the soft (silken) tofu straight out of the package with the same sauce from this recipe which would be even healthier and quicker meal. But traditionally, Koreans usually cook the tofu, by either pan frying it like this recipe, putting them in casseroles, or steaming them. There are so many yummy recipes using different type of tofu in Korea that I could even make a recipe book just devoted to tofu.
Frying practice! I was feeling confident so we cracked open a couple beers and gave it a try. The spring rolls are store bought but I played around with different batters for avocado and miso-marinated tofu (slash “tofu cheese”–recipe forthcoming). Nice weekend lunch with raw veggies and a beer or two.
You can definitely tell i LOVE all meals including bread, Pasta, Pizza, gnocchis and all kind of italian food 😍 This is why i’m so happy to have a cooperation with @koro.drogerie
- i get myself italian spices all the time 🎉 here you can see one of
my typical dinner or lunch bowls: (glutenfree) pasta with tons of
pan-fried veggies and tofu, lemon juice, spices and toscana herbs from
korodrogerie which make my pasta a thousand times better because
honestly, spices are everything 😎 also topped with some walnuts, mint
leaves and sesame 😍
Vegan friendly “Vegetarian Box” filled with stir fry vegetables, tofu salad, different fried tofu with sweet and sour sauce/satay sauce, vegetable tempura and Thai soup. Also with rice that hadn’t arrived yet, I couldn’t keep my hands off all this food 😍🍱🍚💘
Queenstown - Otago - New Zealand
my friend made me a pre-grad brunch yesterday and it was so good. fried eggplant & oyster mushrooms, tofu “haloumi”, tomato bruschetta & avo, truly all my faves. she’s so good to me, and i love that i have friends who feel the same way as me about transferring love through vegan feasts 🌱