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Old 08-31-2012, 07:12 PM   #31  
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It's Not Easy Being Green Mousse

In food processor:
Puree 2 cups spinach and 2 cups cooked rhubarb
Add:
16 oz Silk Tofu
2 Tbs Lemon juice
1 Tbs raspberry syrup (sugar free)
6 pkts Stevia (or sweeten to taste)
1 pkt Knox gelatine

Pour into two containers (like Rubbermade, or a cute jello mold)
Chill until firm.

This makes two servings.
Definitely going to try this - sounds great. I'm loving the variety of things I can do with tofu now that I've *discovered* it.

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I made this last night! Delish! I can't wait for leftovers. I marinated it in a puree of: little rice vinegar, scallions, sriacchi, sesame oil, seasonings, curry powder, garlic. and cooked on a hot skillet till browned on both sides and threw in cooked mushrooms and come spinach. roasted some zucchini leftover too.
That sounds really good. I'm cutting & pasting it into my recipes for future reference. A few ingredients there I don't have on hand, but I'd love to try it.
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Old 08-31-2012, 09:14 PM   #32  
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I made tandori tofu and it was good!!! I just did lemon juice, tandori seasoning, crushed garlic and cauliflower, red pepper, tofu, tomato in marinade. Cooked at 400 for 35 mins. I liked it! I had a jallepeno in there for some kick and boy it gave it!
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It was perfect timing for me to have this thread bumped up. I moved to phase 2 last weekend prior to a vacation and after a couple of days, I struggled with the volume of protein. In particular at work, I already take an hour to eat my raw cut veggies but now it is taking longer to also get down the protein. So I decided to switch to tofu options as a less heavy lunch protein. I bought a package of silk tofu and just lightly mashed it in a container then poured 1 cup of stewed rhubarb over top. Then had 1 cup of raw veggies on the side. It was a perfect lunch. Now I'm going to look through more of these tofu recipes to find other options.
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Old 09-01-2012, 01:54 PM   #34  
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You have all inspired me to go out and get some tofu! Always looking for new stuff to try!
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