Tofu Recipes

Soymilk Nabe


4 cups Aloha Tofu soymilk

2-1/2 cups dashi or broth (your choice, beef, chicken, fish)

2/3 pound sliced pork

1 block of Firm Aloha Tofu

Your choice of vegetables – Chinese cabbage, green onion, mushrooms, broccoli, potato, etc.  (Firm vegetables like broccoli and potato should be pre-boiled)


In a pot, add dashi or broth and bring to a boil.  Once boiled, add pork slices and vegetables until cooked.  Add soymilk and reduce heat.  After 2 minutes, add tofu.

When ready to serve, use ponzu and add nabe broth to make a simple sauce or find a sauce at the supermarket.


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    I made these waffles using 2 cups of blrtetmiuk instead of the soymilk/vinegar/water mix and they turned out fantastically! I also used non-maple syrup and left out the vanilla, but added in 1/2 a cup mini chocolate chips. These waffles were still delicious and perfect treat up north at the cabin! Great recipe Tracy!

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