[QUOTE=Katezinha]Oh really? Is the recipe somewhere on the board?
This is what I do.....
Soak 500g soya beans overnight (tesco do their own brand for about 99p .. otherwise, healthfood stores)
take one cup of beans and blend with two cups of cold water. Add one cup of boiling water and blend again.
Pour this into a sieve lined with tea towel/muslin over a pan. reapeat until it's all used up. Squeeze all the soya milk out of the bran (which is now discarded, it's very hard to digest).
Bring to the boil.... keep an eye on it... it can boil over all of a sudden.
Once at the boil, simmer for about 15 mins.
Now, mix 1 teaspoon of niagrin (Real Foods in Edinburgh do this mail order - it's not expensive) with half a cup of water and mix well. Pour this into the pan and stir really well. Curds will start to form almost immediately. Cook for a couple of minutes.
Now pour into a box will holes in it lined with muslin over a pan (I use a small sandwich box with holes drilled in)... and cover (I cut the sandwich box lid down so it fit right inside). Weigh it down (I use a double size tin of tomatoes) and all of the curds will collect in the box and the excess liquid will drain off (discard the liquid). Once all of the liquid has drained off and the weight has pressed down for an hour or so ... et voila ... beautifull firm tasty tofu.
Once you've done it once, it's really quick.