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Recipe Name: Asian Slaw W/ Tofu Croutons - Lorna Sass Submitted by: Administrator
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Number of Servings: 1

Ingredients:
1 Pound(s) Napa cabbage, shredded
1 Cup(s) Red bell pepper, diced
1/2 Cup(s) Scallion, thinly sliced
4 Ounce(s) Baked Seasoned Tofu, cut in
1/4" dice see recipe
2/3 Cup(s) Peanut Miso Dressing, see
recipe
Directions:
In a large serving bowl or storage container, combine the cabbage,
bell pepper, scallions, and tofu. Toss in enough dressing to coat the
slaw thoroughly. Serves 4 to 6. NOTE: "Napa cabbage is the ideal
choice for this simple slaw, but it's a bit delicate. For optimum
taste and texture, spin the rinsed leaves dry before shredding them,
and toss in the dressing just before serving. A practical solution is
to dress just the amount you'll be needing. For a sturdier slaw that
can be refrigerated for a few days, use green head cabbage, or a
mixture of green and red cabbages, instead of napa." REG 4 shared by
Karin Baumgardner, Issaquah, WA, USA [ksbaum@aol.com] The New Soy
Cookbook: Tempting Recipes for Tofu, Tempeh, Soybeans, and Soymilk
Lorna J. Sass Chronicle Books, San Francisco, 1998 ISBN: 0-8118-1682-6
Do you or someone you love hate tofu? Wouldn't touch miso with a barge
pole? Think tempeh is a suburb of Phoenix? We keep hearing that soy
foods are so good for us, and that we should be eating more of them -
this book is of full of terrific ideas for how to do that. These
recipes look fantastic - the photographs alone should convince you to
try some of these recipes. I went right out and bought tempeh for the
first time after checking this book out of the library - it looking so
appealing in the pictures. Even if the recipes did not contain soy
products of one kind or another, I'd be tempted to try
Pineapple-Coconut Rice Pudding, Vegetable Spring Rolls with Baked
Seasoned Tofu, Roasted Potato Salad Italiano, or Red Lentil Soup with
Indian Spices. The fact that these dishes have health benefits make
them that much more appealing. So if you would like to eat healthier
food, and need some ideas on how to do that - here's the book for you.
Recipe by: The New Soy Cookbook - Lorna Sass Posted to EAT-LF Digest
by KSBAUM@aol.com on Feb 3, 1999, converted by MM_Buster v2.0l.

Nutrition (calculated from recipe ingredients)
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Calories: 244
Calories From Fat: 75
Total Fat: 8.5g
Cholesterol: 0mg
Sodium: 229.6mg
Potassium: 752.6mg
Carbohydrates: 38.5g
Fiber: 3.7g
Sugar: 16.3g
Protein: 8g


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