I've attempted to make tofu omelettes before with reasonable success. The taste and texture was there, but they always fall apart.
I even tried adding a bit of egg replacer to bind it together.
Anybody have any idea what to do to keep the thing together?
i know this might be kind of an out-there question but i'll ask anyway...
does anyone know of a vegan cooking school?? or even classes that are offered? anywhere in canada or the united states? i am interested in cooking schools but many only have one class that is vegetarian, not even vegan and the other classes are all non-vegan and i couldnt put up with that!
I bought a few cans of cocnut milk at a dollar store while I was visiting my mother last week. The problem is, they're the Mexican kind (used for making mixed drinks) instead of the Asian kind I was thinking about when I purchased them. I was going to make a large amount of green curry with them, but that's clearly not happening now. Anyone know what I can do with this stuff?
tofu marinades for the grill?? any suggestions??
When I was at the store a few days ago, I mistakenly got a small bottle of Green Curry Paste, does anyone know any recipes I can make with it that are tried and true? Thanks!