Katherine loves soft tofu, but she needs more ways to cook with it. Can you help her? I love soft, silken tofu — but pretty much every tofu recipe I can find calls for extra firm. Do you know of any great recipes for soft tofu?
How to make delicious pan-fried tofu: Tofu is not a meat substitute. It is simply a way of turning the humble soybean into something that, with proper cooking, is hearty and nutritious, with a subtle, sweet flavor and a range of appetizing textures.
Simple and refreshing hiyayakko is a quintessential summer dish in Japan. I can understand why: it takes minutes to make, doesn't require the stove or the oven, and is one of the best ways to appreciate the subtle flavor of fresh tofu.
I've always viewed spaghetti squash — with its clever, noodle-like interior — as a fun party trick, always surprising both for its ability to reasonably mimic pasta and how satisfying the results can be.