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Caramelized Korean Tofu

Pan-fried tofu is a traditional Korean side dish (or banchan). This recipe enhances the classic flavor by caramelizing the sauce the tofu together. The result? Every flavor—from the maple syrup to the ginger—is enhanced tenfold.

Simple Tofu Salad

You’d think that egg salad, which is made with eggs and mayonnaise (which is also made with eggs) might be a little hard to make if you don’t eat, well, eggs. Turns out you’d be wrong! These tofu egg-less salads are surprisingly convincing and, dare I say, even better than the classic. What’s more, you don’t have to eat it all in one sitting for fear of it going bad. Rather, leave it covered in the refrigerator overnight to let the spices seep into the tofu and make it taste even better the next day.

Pistachio-Basil Spread

It’s a high claim but…you can never go wrong with pesto.  This exceptionally flavorful version uses pistachios instead of pine nuts and tastes incredible with crackers as an appetizer, tossed together with pasta, spread on sandwiches and burgers, and even between layers of lasagnas or casseroles.

Kale Salad

Kale is one of the most concentrated micronutrient vegetables full of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Because of its texture and strong flavor, it is sometimes difficult to eat it raw. But if the very finely chopped leaves are mixed with the lemon dressing, the flavor will be much softer and the result will be a wonderful salad.

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