After we made Korean Silken Tofu Soup, there is only 1/4 of silken tofu left, which is not enough to make another batch of the delicious soup!
But I have a couple of suggestion for you, how to use the small amount of tofu wisely.
First, you can make this simple Korean soy dipping sauce and serve as cold side dish.
All you need to do is make the sauce and pour the sauce over the tofu, that’s it!
It’s one of very popular Korean side dishes from Korean restaurants.
Yangnyeom-jang (Korean Soy Based Dipping Sauce)
3 Tablespoons soy sauce
1 teaspoon toasted sesame oil and seeds
1/4 teaspoon Korean red flakes (Optional)
2 Tablespoons chopped green onion
1 small garlic clove, finely chopped (Optional)
1 Tablespoon chopped chili pepper (Optional)
1. Combine all of the ingredients and mix well.
The second option is smoothie!
I mean, who doesn’t like smoothie, right?!
This is great breakfast or anytime when you need a little snack!
Silken tofu make smoothie really silky and nutty. It is so good, nondairy and it’s extra protein in your smoothie!
You can pretty much add anything you like in your smoothie.
This time I added silk(or rice milk), strawberries, banana, ground flax seeds, honey and silken tofu.
Blend everything together with ice, and there you have it!!
Sometimes what I like to do for my smoothie, I freeze my fruits so I don’t have to add any ice in it.
Berries, banana, mango and grapes are really great!
I love the color of my smoothie when I added some strawberries or raspberries.
So girly like. <3
What is your favorite smoothie mixture?
Share with me on the comment!!