TofuXpress in the mail!! If you have never tried one of these things before, you are definitely missing out! Since being vegan, tofu has always seemed like more of a hassle to me. Not that it is hard to use tofu, but usually when I press it, it crumbles and is pretty soggy - which is not appetizing to me. Plus, I hate wasting all of those paper towels, and still having all of the excess water regardless. Since receiving my TofuXpress I have pressed a few blocks of tofu, just to test if out. But to be honest, I seriously have no idea what to do with it. HELP!
I've been wanting to try a marinade (which this is perfect for, because all of the liquid has to be drained to marinade properly). I've also wanted to try to make an over-easy style "egg" with tofu instead of an egg. My husband who is a vegetarian is set on making this breakfast sandwich recipe he has had in his head for awhile. It sounds really good, but has eggs and cheese. So this press would be perfect to make a tofu "egg," so I could enjoy this amazing recipe he's come up with too :)
But the real reason I am writing about this amazing contraption, is because I would love your suggestions on cooking with tofu. I'm not into eating just strips or squares of tofu, I like a little texture (which I read in the TofuXpress recipe book it comes with, that you can freeze it for a different texture - I have some waiting for me in the freezer right now!!) So anyway, a little help would be great! Send me some awesome recipes, and I will make and photograph them for another post! Love you guys!
Do you have a TofuXpress - if so, are there other things you use it for besides tofu?
Oh and one last thing - the winners of my homemade spices, hand warmers and envelopes are:
REBECCA, MORPHINE & SARAH
(random generator comments 7, 8, & 63)
I will email you if you left a way for me to contact you, otherwise please send me your mailing address to kaycee@veganmachine!
You can also email me tofu recipes there too, or comment if you'd prefer.
THANKS IN ADVANCE!
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