Tag Archive | Soy Sauce

Pink Thing of The Day: Pink Hello Kitty Soy Sauce Bottle

Hello Kitty Soy Sauce
Photo By Gail

This pretty Pink Bottle of Kikoman brand Hello Kitty Soy Sauce was spotted on the shelf in Pearl River Mart, located on Broadway and Walker Street in Chinatown, NYC!

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Cooking with Gail Presents: Easy Tofu Stir Fry!

Nasoya Organic Tofu

Hello and welcome to another installment of Cooking with Gail: the series that is all about me making a meal from whatever I can find in my house. In this episode, I made the most delicious Tofu Stir Fry using Nasoya brand Tofu Plus, which is a fantastic, cholesterol-free meat substitute, even if you are not vegan or vegetarian! Nasoya Tofu Plus is organic non-GMO and vitamin fortified, so you know it’s a healthy choice.

Nasoya Organic Tofu Diced

Some of you out there might be a little afraid of Tofu, because it seems exotic and foreign, but really you can use it just like you would use most proteins – and it is so easy to prepare, because unlike meat, there is no skinning or deboning involved. All you have to do is slice it and throw it in the pan. One container of Nasoya Tofu will serve two to four people, depending on how you are preparing it. I used half the container so I could make enough stir fry to two meals.

Storing Nasoya Organic Tofu

Tofu Storage Hint: If you do not use all of the tofu for one meal, Nasoya recommends that you refrigerate it in an airtight container and be sure to cover it with water (see above photo). You’ll want to change the water daily (it’s like having a pet, in that way) and be sure to cook it within five days after initially opening! Unopened tofu will stay fresh for months and it can also be frozen.

Tofu will absorb the flavor of any sauce it is cooked with, which makes it great for Asian or Indian dishes or as a ground beef substitute in pasta sauce. All you need to have on hand to make Stir Fry is noodles or rice of your choosing (I used Trader Joe’s Brown Basmati Rice, which is my favorite) and some vegetables, such as frozen broccoli. Stir fry is also a great way to use any leftover vegetables from a previous meal.

Stir Fry on the Stove

After sautéing the chopped tofu over medium heat with some margarine and soy sauce, I added the steamed broccoli and then the cooked rice. Then I added a bit more sauce and stirred a few times to mix and let the flavors meld for a few minutes. This Broccoli and Brown Rice with Tofu Stir Fry was so healthy and delicious that I was overjoyed to have made enough food for another dinner the next day (when I jazzed it up by adding some chopped onion and an egg)!

Find out where to buy Nasoya Tofu and get amazing Tofu Recipes at Nasoya Dot Com.