40 Terrific Tofu Recipes (2024)

Tofu is a big part of a plant-based diet, and one of my personal favorite foods. It’s a great source of protein despite being relatively low in calories and is a great source of calcium and iron. Plus, it’s rich in isoflavones, which have been linked with lower rates of heart disease and certain cancers.

Tofu is also super versatile. You can scramble it for your morning tofu scramble, use to make vegan cheeses like vegan feta, or use to make it a hearty and satisfying dinner like tofu curry.

But…tofu gets a bad rap for being flavorless and boring, and to be fair, if you don’t know how to prepare it, it can be both of those things. So I thought I’d share 40 delicious plant-based tofu recipes that make tofu truly exciting. From Asia to the Middle East to Latin America, there is tons of global inspiration in this roundup of tofu recipes.

Table of Contents:
1. Tips for Cooking Tofu
3. East Asian Recipes
5. Mexican Recipes

Tips for Cooking Tofu

What type of tofu should I use in cooking?

Tofu is sold in two primary categories: silken tofu and regular “block” tofu. The firmer the tofu, the more water has been pressed out of it.

Silken tofu is usually used in pureed applications (smoothies, creamy desserts, sauces) or in East Asian cold tofu dishes.

Firm tofu is my choice for tofu scramble, and can be used in many applications: pan-frying, stir-frying, deep-frying, etc.

Extra-firm tofu is versatile, whether pan-frying, stir-frying, grilling, or baking. It’s a great option for getting crispy tofu.

Super-firm tofu is best option for grilling, or where you need the tofu to remain very compact and dense.

How to improve the texture and taste of tofu

All three of these methods will make firm and extra-firm varieties of tofu less watery, which has two main benefits. First, it enables the tofu to better crisp up. Second, it enables the tofu to better absorb the flavors its cooked in (e.g., marinade, sauce, etc.).

Press tofu. When using firm or extra-firm tofu for stir-frying, frying, baking, or grilling it (or another method, where you want the tofu to develop some level of crispness), it is generally wise to press the tofu (don’t press soft or silken tofu).

To press tofu, you can use a tofu press. Or, press the old-fashioned way. Drain the tofu and wrap it in a thin dish towel or several paper towels. Weigh the tofu down with your heaviest cookbook, or a cast iron skillet. If needed, weigh down the book or skillet with a couple cans of beans to evenly distribute the weight. Allow to rest for a minimum of 10 minutes, or up to 30 minutes. If you can, change the towels in between.

Freeze tofu. Freezing tofu makes it more porous, which lends a chewier texture and also helps the tofu absorb flavors better. You can freeze a whole unopened package of tofu (it needs about 8 hours to completely freeze). Then, defrost the tofu in the fridge (it takes a full day; you can speed it up a bit by leaving it on the counter for up to 2 hours during this time). You can also defrost in the microwave in 1-minute intervals until thawed.

Boil tofu. If you don’t have frozen tofu on hand, boiling cubed tofu in a pot of generously salted water for 2 minutes also improves it texture, making it chewier and better able to absorb flavors.

American Recipes

The Best Tofu Scramble

My tofu scramble tastes uncannily similar to scrambled eggs – rich, creamy, and flavor-packed, and the perfect recipe to try if you're tired of dry, bland tofu scrambles. Best of all, it’s quick and easy and uses just one pan, so there’s minimal cleanup.

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Vegan Crispy Cajun Fried Tofu Salad with Maple Mustard Dressing

ThisVegan Crispy Cajun Fried Tofu Salad with Maple Mustard Dressing by Jessica in the Kitchen is the ultimate healthy indulgent salad! It’s topped with a vegan version of Honey Mustard Dressing and SO crave-worthy!

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Dill Pickle Tofu Sandwich

This dill pickle tofu sandwich by Carleigh of Plant You has a beautiful crispy coating, chicken-like texture, and mouth-watering savory flavor. Dill pickle juice makes an incredible marinade for this incredible sandwich – salty, sweet and tangy at the same time!

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Maple-Dijon Crispy Tofu

My super simple but super delicious way to cook tofu (no pressing required to get the tofu crispy!)! Tofu slabs get pan-fried until crispy, then coated in a sticky 4-ingredient sauce that's sweet, tangy, and just a tad spicy!

Note: This recipe is the first recipe card in the included blog post.

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Vegan Buffalo Tofu Wings

These Vegan Buffalo Tofu Wings by Shane & Simple are the perfect appetizer, game day snack, or comfort food. Covered in a crunchy panko bread crumb mixture then tossed in a hot and spicy buffalo sauce, they’re baked to crispy perfection and completely oil-free.

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Vegan Pumpkin (Tofu) Ricotta Stuffed Shells

The ultimate fall comfort food, my vegan Pumpkin Ricotta Stuffed shells are cheesy, creamy, chewy, garlicky and oh-so-delicious! The Ricotta filling is made with a block of extra-firm tofu and a handful of delicious seasonings, and can be used in a variety of cooking applications!

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Grilled Tofu Skewers

My simple but delicious grilled tofu skewers are a must-make during summer. Learn how to perfectly grill tofu so it's chewy, charred, and crispy! And take them over the top with a few flavorful but quick sauces.

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Caribbean Recipes

Vegan Jamaican Curry Tofu

Here's a recipe for an authentic vegan Jamaican Curry Tofu by Jhanelle of From The Comfort Of My Bowl made with only a few simple ingredients. It’s a vegan and gluten-free take on the classic Jamaican chicken recipe.

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Authentic Jamaican Jerk Tofu Recipe (Grill or Pan Fry)

This authentic Jamaican Jerk Tofu recipe by Andrew of Make it Dairy Free is packed full of bold Caribbean flavors to light your taste buds with excitement! Grill or pan fry options included.

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Vegan Caribbean Breakfast

Kick start your morning with this delicious vegan style Caribbean breakfast recipe by Charla of That Girl Cooks Healthy! It consists of scrambled tofu, steamed iron enriched leafy greens, baked sweet plantain with avocado (pear) on the side.

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East Asian Recipes

Crispy Sesame Tofu and Mushroom Lettuce Wraps

My Crispy Sesame Tofu and Mushroom Lettuce Wraps are a light yet flavorful Asian-inspired dinner perfect anytime. Tofu and oyster mushrooms are baked on a sheet pan, then doused in a spicy almond-sesame sauce and served in lettuce wraps.

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Vegan Crispy Tofu Katsu 4 Ways

Jeeca of The Foodie Takes Flight shares 4 ways to enjoy Crispy Tofu Katsu—slabs of tofu coated in breadcrumbs and cooked until golden brown and crisp!

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Teriyaki Tofu Donburi

This Teriyaki Tofu Donburi by Lisa of Okonomi Kitchen is super easy to make and has all the delicious flavors of traditional Japanese cuisine, but vegan!

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Vegan Mapo Tofu

Get ready for some serious spice! Here is a simple and delicious veganized recipe of the classic Sichuan dish, Mapo Tofu by Lisa of Healthy Nibbles. Serve the tofu withjasmine riceand herChinese garlic cucumber saladfor a complete meal!

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Spicy & Crunchy Garlic Tofu (Kkanpoong Tofu)

Joanne aka The Korean Vegan decided to veganize the Korean-Chinese sauce she loved growing up, and the result is this amazing Spicy and Crunchy Garlic Tofu! She even claims this dish is "literally the BEST EVER tofu recipe" she's ever made!

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Chinese Takeout-Style Tofu and Broccoli (recipe from The Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook)

A sticky, spicy and slightly sweet tofu and broccoli dish, this is the best of Chinese takeout food but made at home and in the Instant Pot! It’s a recipe from my cookbook, The Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook!

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Mediterranean & Middle Eastern Recipes

Greek-Style Vegan Feta

My vegan feta recipe has the classic tangy, salty, savory flavors and firm-crumbly texture of classic feta but without any of the dairy. It's surprisingly easy to make with a block of extra-firm tofu and a few pantry staples. Crumble into salads and wraps, serve on top of crostini, or toss into pasta.

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Za’atar Tofu Sandwich with Harissa Carrots & Chickpea Avocado Mash

If you are craving a hearty, filling, vegan sandwich packed with flavor – this is it. This sandwich by Justine Snacks uses distinct Middle Eastern spices to create a balanced, spicy, umami flavor explosion. Plus it is packed with protein, carbs and healthy fats, making it the perfect easy lunch or dinner.

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Zaatar Crusted Tofu Steak with Green Tahini

Here's a recipe for a Mediterranean tofu steak with a crispy zaatar crust, infused with tangy pomegranate and topped with a creamy green tahini by Zena of Zen and Zaatar. It's perfect over couscous and is both vegan and gluten-free!

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Vegan Tofu ‘Halloumi’ Salad with Tahini Dressing

This Vegan Tofu ‘Halloumi’ Salad by Shivani Loves Food is the perfect light and healthy lunch. A vegan halloumi recipe served with spring vegetables and a creamy tahini dressing!

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Vegan Tofu Shawarma

Here's a tasty recipe by Lauren of Rabbit & Wolves for a Middle Eastern inspired Vegan Tofu Shawarma served with za’atar broccoli. All roasted on one sheet pan! It is truly amazing.

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Vegan Shakshuka with Tofu and White Beans

An alternative to traditional shakshuka, my Vegan Shakshuka is made with protein-packed tofu, white beans, and a variety of spices. It makes an easy, wholesome and comforting weekend brunch or breakfast!

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Mexican Recipes

The Best Vegan Breakfast Burritos

My vegan breakfast burritos feature an eggy tofu scramble, vegan queso, pico de gallo, crispy roasted potatoes, and creamy avocado. All rolled up into a flour tortilla and skillet griddled to perfection. No one will believe they're vegan!

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Sheet Pan Tofu Taco Meat

Perfect vegan taco meat made from tofu by Jasmine of Sweet Simple Vegan! This delicious gluten-free recipe is easy to make, full of flavor, and is ready in less than an hour. Plus, it only requires one bowl, one sheet pan, and no pressing of the tofu is required!

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Enchiladas de Suelo (Sinaloa Style Enchiladas)

These enchiladas are a typical dish from the northern Mexican state of Sinaloa. They are open-faced, meaning they are not rolled, but instead the fillings are piled on top. Dora of Dora's Table fills them with vegan chorizo, tofu queso fresco and veggies then tops them with a smoky chile ancho sauce.

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Vegan Battered Tofu Mexican Tortas

Tortas are a Mexican sandwich and this delicious version by Eva of The Curious Chickpea is filled with refried beans, vegan mayo, shredded lettuce, seitan bacon, roasted poblanos, cabbage slaw, and battered tofu steaks. It makes for a filling and protein-packed vegan sandwich.

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You may never go back to Chipotle after trying my copycat Sofritas recipe! Meaty tofu crumbles are simmered in a deeply smoky and tangy sauce made from chile peppers and spices. It's deceptively healthy and truly the best vegan burrito bowl topping!

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South Asian Recipes

Tofu Tikka Masala

In my Tofu Tikka Masala, tofu chunks get marinated in a homemade spice blend and creamy yogurt, then broiled until charred and coated in a rich tomato-onion gravy. It's a plant-based spin on chicken tikka masala and one of the most delicious Indian dishes you'll ever taste!

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Restaurant-Style Vegan Malai Kofta

My Restaurant-Style Vegan Malai Kofta is the ultimate Indian comfort food! Crispy dumplings made from tofu, potatoes and cashews in a creamy, spiced curry that will excite your tastebuds!

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Chilli Tofu

This succulent, saucy and spicy vegan Chilli Tofu by Vaishali of Holy Cow Vegan is based off an Indo-Chinese recipe, and flavored with tamari, ginger, garlic, coriander and cumin, making it the perfect blend of these two distinctive cuisines. Serve with rice or lo mein or Mandarin pancakes for a tasty dinner.

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Vegan Pumpkin Curry with Tofu

My Vegan Pumpkin Curry with Tofu pairs authentic Indian flavors with a creamy pumpkin-coconut sauce made from whole pumpkin. It’s protein-packed and hearty, vegan and gluten-free, yet so creamy.

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Easy Vegan Tofu Korma

This quick and easy Vegan Tofu Korma Curry by Sandhya's Kitchen is a delicious with a side of naan bread or onion bhajis. It's so much better than takeout!

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Vegan Palak Paneer with Tofu

Enjoy gourmet restaurant-style Indian food at home with my Vegan Palak Tofu Paneer! A fragrant, creamy spinach curry made healthier with tofu instead of cheese.An easy yet impressive vegan Indian dinner!

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Vegan Curry with Tofu

My Vegan Curry with Tofu brings gourmet Indian flavors to your dinner table in under 45 minutes! A creamy plant-based curry with warming Indian spices, nutrient-dense cauliflower and spinach, and protein-packed tofu. Boiling previously frozen tofu makes it remarkably chewy and almost meaty!

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Southeast Asian Recipe

Crispy Tofu with Peanut Sauce and Cabbage Slaw

Here's my recipe for a crispy golden tofu (that requires no pressing!) that gets drizzled with a creamy and indulgent peanut sauce, and paired alongside a refreshing, citrusy cabbage-carrot slaw. A gourmet dinner in just 20 minutes!

Note: This is the 1st recipe card in this blog post.

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Vegan Pad Thai with Tofu

This Vegan Pad Thai with Tofu by Remy of Veggiekins has rice noodles, tamarind, lime juice, vegan fish sauce, sprouts, and crushed peanuts on top. It's a veganized version of the classic that makes no compromises!

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Vegan Tofu Banh Mi (Vietnamese Sandwich!)

This Tofu Banh Mi from Faith of The Conscientious Eater is flavorful and light and tastes like the ones straight off the streets of Vietnam!

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Vietnamese Fried Tofu with Green Onion Sauce

This tofu dish by Lisa aka The Viet Vegan has a wonderful texture: it's soft tender tofu with a crispy outer crust. The sauce is a savoury broth with green onion oil and enhanced with some vegan fish sauce! It’s rich and light, and so delicious in a Vietnamese style bento box!

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Easy Malaysian-styled Vegetable Curry

This Malaysian-style Vegetable curry is the BEST way to enjoy a variety of spring and summer vegetables in one bowl. Each bite is packed with delicious colorful vegetables and a lot of spicy heat.

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Instant Pot Vegan Pho

My plant-based and Instant Pot spin on pho, an incredibly delicious Vietnamese noodle soup. With the magic of the Instant Pot, you get the umami and depth of flavor of traditional pho in a fraction of the time.

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Chipotle Grilled Tofu (and 40 More Vegan Tofu Recipes!)

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Tofu gets quick-marinated in an herby, citrus marinade reminiscent of Mojo sauce but with smoky notes, then grilled to perfection. The tofu doesn't stick and it turns out perfectly chewy and crispy!

Prep Time: 30 minutes mins

Cook Time: 20 minutes mins

Total Time: 50 minutes mins

Course: Side Dish

Cuisine: Carribean-Inspired

Diet Vegan

Serving size: 3 to 4


  • 1 14- ounce block Earth Grown Organic Extra Firm Tofu
  • 3/4 cup (9g) cilantro leaves and tender stems
  • 2 chipotle peppers in adobo, plus 2 teaspoons adobo sauce
  • 6 garlic cloves, roughly chopped
  • 2 teaspoons orange zest
  • cup (80 mL) freshly squeezed orange juice
  • 2 ½ tablespoons freshly squeezed lime juice
  • ¼ cup (60 mL) Simply Nature Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • 1 tablespoon organic cane sugar or brown sugar
  • 1 teaspoon ground cumin
  • 1 teaspoon kosher salt plus more to taste
  • Lots of black pepper
  • Simply Nature 100% Avocado Oil


  • Drain the tofu. Slice the tofu crosswise into ⅓-inch slabs, about 8 to 11 slices per block. Arrange on a paper towel-lined cutting board and add a few paper towels on top. Weight with a heavy cookbook or cast-iron skillet. Press for 15 minutes to remove excess water.

  • Make the marinade: To a blender or food processor, add the cilantro, chipotle peppers and adobo sauce, garlic, orange zest, orange juice, lime juice, olive oil, sugar, cumin, salt, and black pepper to taste. Blend until relatively smooth. Season to taste with more salt and pepper needed. Reserve 4 tablespoons of the marinade.

  • Transfer tofu slabs to a shallow dish or pan and pour the rest of the marinade on top, using a pastry brush to evenly coat the tofu. Allow to marinate for at least 15 minutes at room temperature, or up to 1 hour in the fridge.

  • Prepare the grill. Preheat a gas grill (between medium and medium-high) with the lid on for at least 10 minutes to get the grates really hot. Scrub down with a heavy-duty grill brush to remove any gunk or drippings.

    Set a small bowl with a few tablespoons of oil near the grill and oil up a wad of paper towels in the oil. Use a set of tongs to rub the preheated grill grates with the oil-soaked towels. Let the oil smoke for 40 seconds or so, then rub with oil again. Repeat three to four times total to build up a good layer of seasoning.

  • Immediately before or as soon as you add the tofu, turn the burners directly under the tofu to low heat and close the lid. Grill the tofu for 8 to 10 minutes, until nice grill marks form. Using a pair of tongs and/or a thin metal spatula, carefully flip each tofu slab and grill for another 7 to 10 minutes.

  • Once the tofu is grilled, brush it with the reserved marinade.

Calories: 288kcal | Carbohydrates: 15g | Protein: 11g | Fat: 21g | Saturated Fat: 3g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 3g | Monounsaturated Fat: 14g | Sodium: 697mg | Potassium: 353mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 9g | Vitamin A: 846IU | Vitamin C: 22mg | Calcium: 75mg | Iron: 3mg

40 Terrific Tofu Recipes (2024)


What not to mix with tofu? ›

What to not serve with tofu? According to studies, a high volume consumption of tofu and spinach together can increase your risk of kidney stones. Tofu and spinach contain calcium and oxalic acid respectively and the combined can form kidney stones.

How do you eat super firm tofu? ›

Super Firm

Extra-firm tofu, which really holds its shape, works with many flavor profiles and cooking methods. This is the tofu that works best in sandwiches. Marinate overnight, coat it in a thick sauce, then pop it on a grill before layering it behind slices of bread.

Why do people soak tofu in brine before frying? ›

Why does the brine work? Both the heat and the salinity of the water draw moisture out of the surface of the tofu, helping it crisp and brown. The hot water also gradually tightens the proteins at the surface of the tofu, helping keep any remaining moisture inside.

Why won t my tofu get crispy? ›

If your crispy tofu isn't getting crispy, it could be because there is too much moisture in the tofu. Another issue could be the oil isn't hot enough to fry the tofu. Or you forgot to add the corn flour. These three reasons can cause your tofu to be soggy or not crisp up as much as you'd like.

Why can't you eat spinach and tofu together? ›

As tofu and spinach contain calcium and oxalic acid respectively, the combination of the two will form kidney stones. But in fact, only prolonged and volumionous consumption of tofu and spinach at the same time will pose this risk.

Why can't you eat a lot of tofu? ›

Potential Risks of Tofu

Some people believe that eating too much soy can increase the risk of breast cancer, disrupt thyroid function, or "feminize" men (who naturally have lower estrogen levels than women) due to the estrogen-like isoflavones. However, the research is "mixed and inconclusive," according to Iu.

Is tofu good for weight loss? ›

Low calorie density: Tofu is a low calorie food, with around 70-90 calories per 100 grams, making it a good option for those who are trying to lose weight. This is because foods with low calorie density help you feel full with fewer calories, which can help you consume fewer total calories throughout the day.

Can you eat tofu every day? ›

"For the vast majority of people, it should be reasonable to incorporate tofu in their daily diet without any issues," Sun said. He and his family eat "probably three servings per week," Sun said. He likes using soft tofu in soups and firm tofu – frozen and cut up – in a traditional Chinese hot pot.

How do you add flavor to firm tofu? ›

Marinate it: Tofu can be marinated in a variety of flavorful sauces or spices. You can use soy sauce, garlic, ginger, sesame oil, and other seasonings to make a simple marinade. Let the tofu marinate for at least 30 minutes (or up to a few hours) before cooking or grilling.

What is the tofu rule? ›

No one cares about unblocking a task as much as the person doing it. That's why it's important for that person to follow the Take Ownership and Follow Up (TOFU) principle. That means taking ownership of the task and chasing the people you are waiting on until it gets done.

Why pour boiling water over tofu? ›

It may seem counterintuitive to add water to something you're trying to dry out, but boiling water will actually cause the tofu to squeeze out more moisture, bringing it to the surface and making it easier to blot off, while the salt gently seasons the slices.

What happens if you don't drain tofu before cooking? ›

Here's the thing: even though tofu might be labeled firm or extra-firm, it contains a lot of water. This excess water can cause the tofu to crumble when you cook it, and it will also have a hard time crisping up. But when you press tofu, you remove the excess moisture.

What is the secret to crispy tofu? ›

Cornstarch – This is the secret to the most perfect fried tofu. Cornstarch forms a protective layer around each cube of tofu, which crisps up when added to heat. If you don't have cornstarch, arrowroot powder and tapioca starch also work. Garlic powder – This is optional but adds a delightful savory, garlicky flavor.

Is it better to fry or bake tofu? ›

It sticks, and the crispy bits end up sticking to the pan, which is a tofu tragedy. Plus, it requires more oil, and you don't need to use a lot of oil to get crispy tofu. When you bake your tofu, you give it time to develop crispy edges and warm, pillowy insides. It's simply the best.

Can you coat tofu in flour instead of cornstarch? ›

Substitutions: If you prefer not to cook with cornstarch, you can substitute in an equal volume of all-purpose flour or potato starch. Tofu: This recipe can also be made with medium-firm tofu, but you'll need to be a bit more gentle while pressing and coating it.

Is tofu a high inflammatory food? ›

Tofu and tempeh.

Studies suggest people who eat soy-based foods have lower odds of inflammation-related diseases like heart disease, diabetes, and some cancers. Nuts and legumes, Tree nuts like almonds and walnuts, along with peanuts, are rich in unsaturated fats, along with anti-inflammatory vitamins and minerals.

Can we eat tofu and egg together? ›

Yes, you can eat eggs and soya chunks together. Both eggs and soya chunks are good sources of protein, and consuming them together can help meet your daily protein requirements. You can add boiled or scrambled eggs to your soya chunk curry or stir-fry for a balanced meal.

Is it OK to eat eggs with tofu? ›

Quick, easy, and healthy, Tofu and Eggs is the perfect meal for any weeknight dinner!

What can I add to tofu to make it taste better? ›

Toss the cubes with olive oil, tamari or soy sauce, and sriracha. If desired, you could also add cornstarch to make the cubes extra crispy. Finally, bake! Transfer the baking sheet to a 425°F oven and cook until the cubes are browned around the edges.

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