No, we’re not joking—don’t you know plant-based recipes have come a long way? Now’s the time to impress your vegetarian friends by showing off your “beyond” skills in the kitchen. This month’s menu features both a stuffed tofu roll and a stuffed turkey roll; so you can invite both kinds of friends and not leave anybody out!
An easier to prepare, more portable turkey dish. Bring it for a potluck and you’ll have guests asking you for the recipe!
Tofu rolls are the new thing. Add our gravy and surprise everyone when you reveal that it’s really tofu!
Firm or Extra Firm
This month’s recipe uses extra firm, hard tofu—recommended when making Tofu Hamburgers.
Soft tofu is delicate and breaks apart, so eating it straight out of the package, in soups or as yudofu is best.
Our Multicooker is versatile enough to handle this month’s recipes, which all require different cooking methods.
Designed to catch excess condensation after cooking, the lid can be opened and stood on counters without dripping.
Shojin Ryori cooking is a type of austere Japanese cuisine that uses the natural flavors of plant-based ingredients to bring out the true taste of the food. Our Zojirushi kitchen features our own vegetarian recipes, but with a more modern approach. We swear these dishes aren’t so strict! But we promise you’ll still get all the flavor…
A hint of sesame oil is the secret here—get the full blast of a protein punch without the meat. You won’t believe it’s tofu.
Eggplant fans rejoice! A classic Japanese side dish, this pairing of miso and eggplant is nothing short of genius.
We think the name says it all—grilled veggies matched with balsamic vinegar is definitely next level stuff.
The classic ikkadanran meal, yudofu invites everyone to gather ‘round on a cold winter’s day, to enjoy the warmth of home cooking.
Imagine a world of new recipe options if you could stir-fry and stew in the same appliance—wouldn’t that open another cooking dimension for you? Our Multicooker / EL-CAC60 has 9 menu settings for a variety of dishes. It features a 6-qt. capacity and 10-inch diameter cooking surface.
Stir-fry or brown ingredients, then stew or slow cook without changing your pan or pot.
Cooks rice or quinoa to perfection. Takihomi-gohan or risotto for dinner tonight!
Steaming vegetables, meats or fish is a snap. Now you can try steamed gyoza or steamed dumplings.
Yes, we said yogurt. Let Multicooker take care of dessert or breakfast with our yogurt menu.
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