-7 ounces of firm tofu, drained and mashed with a fork (Nasoya brand is recommended)
-1 teaspoon of Dijon mustard
-1 teaspoon of mayonnaise (low-fat or soy if you prefer)
-3/4 Spike seasoning (salt and pepper can be used as a substitute)
I put the spread over a piece of toasted whole grain bread with a slice of cheese on top. Yum! At first the watery, packaged tofu skeeved me out, but once I mixed all the ingredients together, I had a very appetizing looking sandwich in front of me. I ate this exact same sandwich three times a week for about a month—partly because I really liked it and partly because I was worried the tofu would go bad. Needless to say, I got a little sick of it, but I've recently been craving it again, so I think I'll put these ingredients back on my grocery list.
Logan and I sampled this barbeque tofu salad at Whole Foods last week. It was reallly good. Then we headed for the dessert aisle and tasted Laura's Wholesome Junk Food cookies. Yum!
What are your thoughts on tofu—gross, delicious or indifferent? And what food do you like now that you never thought you would?