Immune-Boosting Tofu & Snow Pea Soup
This spicy and sour soup preps you for flu season
This spicy and sour soup preps you for flu season
Protein, fiber and a wealth of plants – these attributes make this bowl a powerhouse meal.
If you've been avoiding tofu because of its taste, texture or because you don't know how to prepare it, it's time to discover what a wonderful alternative to meat this versatile ingredient actually is.
Take a break from meat with this delicious meal any day of the week.
Cooking tofu along with a delicious Asian-inspired sauce and whole-wheat noodles in the Instant Pot means you have a one-pot, takeout-style meal at your fingertips at the end of the week, just when you need it the most.
An addictive sesame-almond sauce adds zip to crispy fried tofu and a medley of crunchy veggies, served up in lettuce leaves for an easy handheld dinner or lunch.
Ready, set, blend! Shake up your usual smoothie routine and drink yourself healthy.
A little tropical, a little nutty and a whole lot of fresh produce make this a meal you're going to want to have all summer long.
Think you can't get enough protein from plants? Think again.
Spicy-sour jerk seasoning is ideal for waking up protein-rich tofu in this delightfully tropical meal-in-a-bowl.
Yes, you can enjoy collard greens raw. Just like kale, all it needs is a little massage to break down its fibers and soften it up. Consider wearing food-safe gloves, as the turmeric could stain your hands.
Millet is a powerhouse of nutrition that lends a nutty taste. Here, it becomes a gluten-free base for a superfood-packed grain bowl topped with veggies and a homemade Asian dressing for a satisfying and healing meal.
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The picnic must-have.
The crispy tofu paired with quinoa makes a quick and healthy meal. This dish is super flexible, too. Customize using ingredients you have on hand or follow using ours.
This hot or cold soup takes less time to prepare than it takes to watch a sitcom. A touch of miso adds a nutty, salty element to the mix and teams up with firm light tofu to pack in the protein.
These tofu fries make for a crispy treat when you’re craving comfort food. The miso peanut sauce creates a sweet and delectable dip.
A quick soy-lime dressing adds serious oomph to this crunchy slaw. The beauty of a slaw made with heartier ingredients such as broccoli, carrots and radishes is that you can toss it in the dressing before leaving the house and it won’t get soggy. If you don’t have a portable grill, you can also cook the tofu in a skillet or grill pan before leaving the house.
This textured, complex salad is lightly dressed with our sweet and pungent Russian dressing, but feel free to add a little more if you like. Fennel gives it a gentle licorice note, while the Parmesan adds a satisfying umami touch. Don’t skip the Crispy Quinoa Topper, it adds a crunch that you won’t want to miss.
The ultimate convenience food: Prepare these portable pho jars through Step 5, and when you’re ready to eat, simply add boiling water and enjoy.
This hybrid of Pho and a burrito makes for an easy, on-the-go lunch or dinner.
Start that grill and get your drinks on ice—it's time to get your crowd fed and happy with these clean holiday favorites.
Pan-seared tofu pairs beautifully with fresh veggies and teriyaki-style noodles in this quick takeout fake-out. You can substitute whole-grain linguine or brown rice noodles.
Adding more plants to your plate is a cinch with these fresh ideas that will create a powerful impact on both the planet and your health.
This truly unique Chickpea Salad is not only creamy and delicious but also easy to prepare.
Bursting with bell pepper, avocado and arugula, this meatless roll has both flavor and crunch.
What better way to utilize summer’s bounty than with seasonal vegetables on the grill? Veggie skewers can be made and marinated in advance and stored in the fridge until ready to roast or barbecue. Try our tofu, mushroom, pearl onion and pepper skewers marinated in a Bourguignon sauce.
These five taco recipes are bright, bold and flavorful. You'll wish it was Taco Tuesday every night.
Tofu is given a spicy-sweet flair with a wet rub that combines adobo chile, orange juice and honey. Combined with grilled vegetables including meaty portobello mushrooms and a classic spicy jalapeño guacamole, this taco is a hearty choice for a meatless Monday.
No need for that mocha latte today – we’ve got all that delicious chocolaty coffee flavor in this bowl. If you enjoy the caffeine fix, use regular coffee granules; if not, use decaf.
Tip: Dried fenugreek leaves (aka kasuri methi) are common in Indian cooking. Famous for their distinctive bitter flavor, kasuri methi are also a healthful source of vitamin C. Look for them in the ethnic section of your grocery store, or at a nearby Indian market.
This rich Thai curry with tofu, mushrooms, zucchini and brown rice noodles is conveniently stuffed into delicious bell peppers.
Coated in coconut, panko and cashew meal, these tofu bites are accompanied by a decadent curry-scented sauce made with coconut milk and mango.
Adding silken tofu to our tomato sauce ramps up the quick dish's protein count, while sun-dried tomatoes, parmesan, red pepper flakes and diced tomato give it plenty of zesty flavor!
This vegetarian dish offers a hefty dose of nutrients, thanks to leafy green kale. If you're not a fan of tofu, substitute for your favorite protein.
While all of our recipes keep calories in check, we’ve collected 30 especially low-calorie meals that pack just 300 cals or less per serving! Toss them on your menu after a cheat meal and keep them around for your regular rotation. With recipes like mac & cheese, shrimp ’n’ grits and a loaded grilled cheese, they’re definitely satisfying!
The secret to rich desserts without the fat? Silken tofu. Unlike the firm tofu used in stir-frys, this softer type can be blended to a smooth, thick consistency – perfect for creamy desserts. Lightly sweetened with pure maple syrup and your favorite pumpkin pie spices, our mousse is so rich and delicious your family will never be able to guess the secret ingredient.
Wakame, a type of seaweed, must first be soaked briefly in cold water before using. Drain it thoroughly before adding it to other ingredients.
Here, vegetables and tofu step in for the traditional meat and get a soak in a spicy coconut marinade before a quick skewerless grill. (Don't fret - no fire pit required!)
With a fraction of the fat found in traditional ricotta, Chef Scot Jones offers a tofu ricotta perfect for use in savory or sweet dishes.
With a heady brew of sweet, tart, smoky and spicy flavors, this 15-minute dish takes tofu to a whole new level.
The classic Italian pie goes sweet, with a crust made from almonds, oats and coconut, and a chocolate spread that includes dates, tofu and cannellini beans for added nutrients!
These tofu steaks become pleasantly toothsome thanks to their time on the grill, and the flavorful smoky-sweet rub lends delicious dimension to a somewhat plainly flavored protein.
Las Vegas Chef Mayra Trabulse, owner of Pura Vida Bakery & Bystro, shared this vegan dish for the American Heart Association Flavors of the Heart competition, which we judged!
Korean jjigae, a stew often brimming with greens, tofu, meat, kimchi or seafood, goes clean in Chef Jo's 106-calorie version, a quick and easy meal to warm your bones (Gangnam-style).
Silken firm tofu, rich in protein and low in calories and fat, forms the basis for this creamy dessert, which gets its coconut flavor from a marrying of coconut water and extract, as well as shredded pieces.
Our frozen "yogurt" bombs don't include any yogurt at all, but these soy milk and tofu creations come so close to the real thing that your friends and family will never know they're actually enjoying dairy-free alternatives.
A tea- and spice-infused crème brûlée, complete with caramel-like coating, all for 3 grams of fat and less than 130 calories? Yes, with clean eating it's possible!
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