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From: Piglet <email@example.com>
Butter, onion, flour, milk, mustard, green beans, tofu. Check! Ladle
atop couscous. Yum.
From: Teal <Teal@eisa.net.au>
My current fave tofu recipe (invented by me) is:
cut 1 pack of tofu into bitesize cubes; dip cubes into flour strongly
spiced with your favourite spice combo (I use Masterfoods Moroccan
Spice), dip in a beaten egg, dip in flour again; deepfry until the
coating is golden and crunchy, and serve in a bowl in either miso soup
or a dashi/mirin/soysauce combination.
From: Nicole Landau <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Soy Sauce is the secret. You take the tofu and crumble it up in a
bowl, then you add soy sauce and the spices you want to add (I made
chili, so I added paprika, chili, ceyenne pepper, pepper, a bit of
salt, a finely chopped onion...) and then you need to fry it in a hot
pan, add all the other ingredients, like beans, corn,.. taste it, add
what's missing and voila, vegetarian/vegan chili.