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    chilled tofu, Japanese-style / Martha Stewart

    Hiyayakko (Chilled Tofu) | Easy Japanese Recipes at

    Mapo Tofu Recipe

    Japanese Hot Tofu

    Food: Eleven Delish Tofu Recipes (via Season with Spice | Fried Tofu with Sesame-Soy Dipping Sauce)

    Agedashi Tofu (揚げ出し豆腐): A Japanese starter with crispy fried tofu in a light soy-based sauce seasoned with daikon radish and ginger.

    chickpea tofu

    Inari Sushi

    I don't know how good this is, but it looks beautiful. It is a steamed silky tofu marinated in soy and oyster sauce, topped with fried onion and garlic and garnished with fresh green onion. I'd serve it as an appetizer.

    Recipes of Japanese Cooking - I bought new his book and used it in Japan when I lived there for 4 years. It has great recipes but sometimes the translations are a little funny. However, it has excellent tips, variations, and most importantly authentic flavor. I highly recommend it!

    How to Make Tofu Really Freaking Delicious - Tofu 101 | Herbivoracious - Vegetarian Recipe Blog - Easy Vegetarian Recipes, Vegetarian Cookbook, Kosher Recipes, Meatless Recipes

    Red Curry with Tofu- I'm definitely gonna try baking the tofu then adding it in to the curry!

    BBQ Beef Teriyaki -1 flank steak 16 bbq skewers 2 tsp sesame oi salt & pepper Teriyaki Glaze 1 cup soy sauce 1/2 cup brown sugar 2 Tbsp honey 1 Tbsp mirin 1 Tbsp garlic, minced 1 tsp ginger, minced 1 Tbsp cornstarch 1/4 cup cold water

    Panfried Tofu with Soy Sesame Dressing

    Crispy Tofu from @EatLiveRun

    Shrimp wrapped in Tofu Skin. (I would consider other alternatives for wraps such as wonton wraps or nori).

    this looks delicious: spicy sriracha tofu recipe -

    Japanese meal

    Caramelized tofu with black garlic

    Japanese food

    A study in contrasts, this dish has both crunchy and smooth textures, as well as hot and cool flavors. Create an exceptionally crisp and flavorful crust by cooking tofu with two items from Asian grocery stores -- chili sauce and panko, a type of flaky breadcrumb with a light, coarse texture. There are many types of Asian chile sauce. A good all-purpose one is Sriracha, similar in flavor to a spicy ketchup. Per serving: 471 calories; 19 g protein; 34 g fat; 29 g carbs; 7 g fiber.