Tofu Recipes: Easy and Versatile

Tofu Pomegranate Pockets

Pomegrante Tofu Pocket

Savory tofu bits combine with pomegranate to make a palate-pleasing pita sandwich. The pomegranate seeds add texture and a tart sweetness, while the ume plum vinegar brings it all together. Recipe contributed by Tamasin Noyes and Celine Steen from their book Vegan Sandwiches Save the Day!*(Fair Winds Press, 2012).  more→

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Hoisin-Glazed Bok Choy with Tofu and Soba Noodles

hoisin-glazed bok choy with tofu and soba noodles from Wild About Greens

Here’s a quick, delicious dish of tofu and greens with a hint of citrus. For a dazzling plate, serve with a beet salad. Recipe from Wild About Greens;* photo by Gail Davis of Hungry Vegan more→

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Spinach, Broccoli, and Tomato Scrambled Tofu

Broccoli and spinach veggie scrambled tofu

Here’s a colorful, veggie-filled tofu scramble that you can enjoy at any meal of the day. You can vary the veggies here according to mood and season. Replace spinach with arugula, kale or chard; substitute zucchini or cauliflower for the broccoli. Sliced mushrooms are always a good addition to scrambles, as well. Serve with fresh fruit and bread for a simple brunch or even an easy dinner. For a heartier meal, add a simple potato dish or baked sweet potato. more→

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Tofu and Potato Hash Browns

tofu and potato hash browns

This is a simple, comforting dish that’s just as good for dinner as it is for brunch. Have potatoes cooked ahead of time, and this easy and tasty dish will have your family or guests eating in short order. Leftovers are wonderful for breakfast. Or, if you make this expressly to serve in the morning, you can either microwave or cook the potatoes the night before for a head start. Great accompaniments include Israeli Salad, orange slices, and fresh whole grain bread. Adapted from The Vegetarian Family Cookbook. more→

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Scrambled Tofu Burritos

scrambled tofu burrito for lunch or dinner

These easy scrambled tofu burritos are excellent as a weekend brunch or breakfast; they also make a nice option for a quick dinner. Serve with a simple potato dish or fresh fruit, and a colorful salad. Photos by Rachael Braun.
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Spicy Tofu Triangles on a Cool Bed of Lettuce

Spicy Tofu Triangles on a Cool Bed of Lettuce

The contrast of warm, spicy triangles of pan-browned tofu with cool, crisp lettuce is quite enticing. Serve this easy tofu dish with a simply prepared brown rice, quinoa, or noodles, and a platter of raw veggies. Photos by Evan Atlas.

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Kid-Friendly Baked Tofu Nuggets

Baked tofu nuggets

These tofu nuggets become firm and chewy as they bake. Kids enjoy dipping them into their favorite sauce. My favorite for this is the Quick Tartar Sauce. But it’s not just for the younger crowd — given the right presentation, this can also be served as a simple appetizer as well. With the oven running at 425 degrees F, consider roasting a few vegetables at the same time. Photos by Evan Atlas.

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Stewed Tofu with Corn and Tomatoes

Stewed tofu with fresh corn and tomatoes

Fresh corn and tomatoes are highlighted in this easy skillet stew, making it a great way to serve tofu for warm weather meals. It’s such a delightful quick dish that I’ve provided an option for using frozen corn and canned tomatoes, so that it can be enjoyed any time of year. Photos by Hannah Kaminsky.

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