18 Tofu Tips: How to Buy It, Store It, Use It, and Eat It! — Ingredient Intelligence
Do you know the difference between extra firm and silken tofu? Have you ever made baked tofu (spoiler alert, it's amazing!), or super crispy tofu without deep-frying it? How about the best way to store leftover tofu? We have the answer to those questions, and a lot more. From an explanation of what tofu is, to the different varieties, the ins and outs of buying it, storing it, cooking it, and just what to do with the leftovers, here's quite a lot of what you need to know about tofu.
Easy, tasty, delicious and deep-fried! These Shrimp Tempura Rolls are a great addition to any dinner party! So we got a new Asian food market in our town! Do you know how excited I was, I visited it twice in two days and just kept buying things. If you haven’t[Read more]
Cut costs at the supermarket by rethinking how you buy meats. Here, we use a less expensive cut of beef and stretch it by adding colorful fresh veggies to the entrée. Thinly slice the meat and stir-fry it quickly to keep it tender.
Saag paneer is a classic north Indian dish that is made up of fried paneer cheese and a creamy spinach sauce. You can find on just about any Indian restaurant menu, but it has way better flavor when you make it at home.