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Not to everyone's taste I know, but for those who buy it regularly, worth stocking up. Cauldron Foods Tofu, Organic 250g, currently BOGOF, so £1.58 for 2.
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#1
Cool, thanks for posting, great in stir frys and making vegan scrambled egg :)
#2
I have tofu with sushi, however have never cooked with it, ...as my nipper is nigh on a veggy (dammit) at 6yrs what sort of texture would it have on a picky youngsters palette?
thanks!
#3
Bit sort of rubbery! Upside is that it's so bland the taste won't be an issue. Make sure you blot it really dry if you're going to fry it. Cut into cubes and dip it in salted cornflour and shallow fry for a few minutes until crispy. Worth persevering with kids, a lot better for them than usual kiddie rubbish.
#4
Agree with the above, but also try covering it in sesame seeds before frying, gives it a lovely taste of toasted sesame and impoves the texture on the outside.
#5
thanks, need to stock up
#6
I'm vegetarian and wasn't too struck on it. May give it another go. Thanks heat!
#7
great price but no morrison's in belfast :(
#8
In addition to the above, you can season it with a little salt and white pepper. Adding a little Soy Sauce is great. Just as a basic thing, I fry it with a bit of ginger and garlic (you can buy minced ginger and garlic paste in a jar if you want an easier life) - bit of red chilli too if you want it even better, add veg & noodles, could even add a little stir fry sauce and voila!. All sorts of delicious recipes with it in Wagamama's two cookbooks.

Yes, it's bland with nothing but so is most protein unless you cook it with something. Tofu takes on other flavours well, even marinating it in a concoction for just 30 minutes makes a difference.

EDIT: Oh, and hot! Sainsbury's have recently had it at £1.00 a pack but this BOGOF is good. Anyone know if it's OK to freeze and defrost (whole pack at a time) when you need it? Thinking about stocking up...
#9
Great price; thanks.
#10
good price, definitely have to season it well before cooking. being veggie this and quorn seem to be the only protein packed products that I eat.
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Great, thanks! Sainsbury's and the rest had this at £1 for ages but back up to £1.89 a pack now :(

I really recommend dry frying this stuff:

http://hubpages.com/hub/How_to_Cook_Tofu_Like_the_Pros
#12
Soya sauce, garlic and ginger with coarse black pepper is also my favourite way of cooking tofu.

It will freeze fine, but ideally it needs to be thoroughly drained first, then frozen. The texture is much firmer this way, but also a lot spongier/chewier (similar to tempeh). Some people prefer this but I'm not a fan of it. The yellow colouring after freezing is very offputting (for me). The plus side is that it will absorb flavours/colours much faster once it is defrosted.

You can freeze it whole, still in water/the packaging but it will be quite holey (due to ice forming in the middle of it) and will usually be much crumblier.
#13
cookiefaerie;7804932

Anyone know if it's OK to freeze and defrost (whole pack at a time) when you need it? Thinking about stocking up...


Tofu doesnt freeze well - if you freeze it - it becomes 'a-more-airy-tofu' texture.
#14
http://www.geekologie.com/2009/06/30/vegan.jpg
#15
I'd love to meet a carnivore human being. Lemmie know if you ever find one, not even the inuits can manage it.
#16
I'm not a veggie (or a canivore!) but I like to vary my diet and I find this stuff is great for stir fry's. Hot deal!
#17
TinoP
Tofu doesnt freeze well - if you freeze it - it becomes 'a-more-airy-tofu' texture.

I freeze tofu all the time and it doesn't change at all TinoP. I cut a pack into four fat slices and wrap them to stop them sticking to each other in the freezer. It lasts virtually forever like this and defrosts perfectly. Yum! :)
#18
I often eat the stuff raw in a marmite sandwich
#19
v good deal, heat added.. I eat this stuff all the time being a veggie. Only problem is I never shop at morrisons and the closest one is miles away from where I live :(
#20
Regular offer on BOGOF there, shame they bumped the price up from £1.09 (IIRC) last year.
#21
Excellent deal - this stuff is ymuuy too thanks!

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