I bought the wrong kind for a Thanksgiving pie, and bought soft instead of silken....so what can I do this pkg?
I second this but with a few pieces of dried seaweed as well. It's like a blanket and a warm fire somehow transferred into a bowl of soup lol, and you can make it in 3 minutes.
I'm not sure. If I understand the difference between soft regular tofu and silken tofu there should be textural differences, but I'm not sure how much they'd impact a recipe. I've only actually cooked with firm silken and soft silken (only two I could find in stores 15 or so years ago). I finally bought some regular tofu last year (water-packed and everything!), but I never got around to doing anything with it..I'm thinking soft tofu well drained should be about the same as mori nu firm silken, well drained
definately need to check this out! Thanks!
this absolutely sounds divine, but there's only me some of the week, and hubby is only home part of the week too.....but it sounds really good....may have to go with a dessert!Originally Posted by Hazelnut
Vegan French Toast:
Toss it in a blender with 1/2 cup - 1 cup of soymilk.
Add a bit of cinnamon and vanilla.
Pour this into a shallow dish.
Coat slices of bread in your mixture, and fry until golden brown.
Serve how you normally serve pancakes and waffles.
It's REALLY good!!!!