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Old 10-13-2006, 05:28 PM   #4
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Re: cooking tofu

With extra firm tofu- the best way to prep it is to thinly slice it (like 1/8 inch thick) and lay it out on paper towels to drain off excess water. Then sautee in a pan until brown, you can add it to any recipe, or sub it for chicken. It really takes on the flavor of whatever you're cooking with it.
Silken tofu is good in an egg-salad (crumble and mix with chopped eggs)
Silken tofu is also good in smoothies and desserts.
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