When I use to eat meat, I always thought of tofu as "that weird vegetarian stuff", well maybe I was right because now that I am a vegetarian, I eat it! This is my second time to cook with tofu, the first time I just did a stir-fry and scrambled in some tofu. It wasn't bad but it wasn't great. This time I made a miso-sauced tofu-sandwich. I used a recipe from Vegan Yum Yum written by Lauren Ulm for my starting board. The only thing I really kept the same was the fact I used tofu and miso. My mix had a miso sauce, a little lemon juice, and a touch of soy sauce.
I sliced a whole block of tofu into thin slices (I was cooking for three people after all)
For the side we roasted some yukon gold 'taters and carrots. All we did was chop 'em up and add a little olive oil, a sprinkle of sea salt, rosemary, and a little lemon juice and roasted them for about 40 minutes. I could live off roasted veggies!
Again, we were starved from our long workout so as soon as the food was done, we ran up to our warm room and ate, leaving me with no pictures of the cooked food. Maybe next time though ;)
On a different note, while I was at the grocery, I saw Brussels sprout plants! I had no idea what they looked like! Pretty wild!
So, what is your favorite tofu recipe? Or do you eat tofu even?