If you're turning that #meatlessmonday into a meatless diet or if you're looking for meat-free recipes, we got you. Tofu (made from condensed soy milk) is a great alternative. It's full of amino acids, iron, and calcium and it can take any shape or flavor! Buy a block, press the water out, then slice and dice and broil, bake, or fry. We'll show you how.
This recipe is great for adults and kids, potlucks, social gatherings, and family dinners. A take on a classic schnitzel (a fried chicken cutlet) or a South American milanesa, this one is made with a soy patty. Instead, easily swap in pressed tofu, throw dried herbs in a flour batter and bake as directed. Don't forget the dipping sauce!
Need a new recipe for Meatless Mondays? Try this vegetarian chilaquiles dish. Tortillas are simmered in a salsa roja and topped with fresh corn, black beans, salty feta, and creamy avocado. Up the protein and add some heft with some tofu. Just add them in with the corn and continue as directed.
Meat or chicken milanesas are a favorite comfort food dish of Argentinian families. In this lighter vegetarian version, the milanesas are made with soy and whole wheat flour or use pressed and cut tofu and filled with a creamy and vibrant avocado pesto, making them perfect for a meatless meal during Lent or any night of the year.