Baked Tofu-Tarragon Croquettes With Dijon Red Pepper Dip


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Baked Tofu-Tarragon Croquettes With Dijon Red Pepper Dip Baked Tofu-Tarragon Croquettes With Dijon Red Pepper Dip. Ingredients. Directions.

Preheat the oven to 400ºF (200ºC). Line a sheet pan with parchment paper and reserve. Wrap the tofu in a Serves: 5 | Serving Size: 2 croquettes + 1 heaping. May 9, 2019 A block of tofu is transformed into a tasty croquettes lunch with a creamy dip for a little flair.

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Instructions. Drain the tofu. Slice your block of tofu into 2 or 3 even slabs (depending on the shape of your tofu block, each slab should be about 3/4 to 1-inch thick).

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  • I think fresh dill or capers would also go nicely in place of the tarragon. We do not have Mexican Marigold here in the Midwest U.S. Maybe it is just near the border of Mexico??

  • Taragon soda was very popular in the USSR, not only in Georgia, but also in Russia, Ukraine etc. You can easily find it nowadays too:)

  • Why tell americans to use a mexican plant but not the people who actually live in that country (mexicans)? Btw, mexican marigold is called cempasúchil and it is used to decorate Day of the dead altars, it has a very particular smell and color.

  • Hi Alex! You can buy tarragon syrup by “monin”. It’s not the real тархун, but it should be good. Or you can make one from scratch recipies are avaliable online:)

  • I love all your videos, but I’m just trying to figure out how to replicate them without using much dairy! (Lactose-intolerant ): )

  • Question, in the video it says use a nonstick fry pan, I avoid all aluminum and coated pans my research gives both a poor rating. Have not tried any of your recipes yet, like very much the two that I’ve watched and will be trying your spinach and manchego croquettes tomorrow, looking forward to them. Also really want to try your recipe for yogurt alioli, do not care for the garlic mayonnaise that they call alioli.

  • The brits always waay tend to use adverbs or is it just me? Brillantly, absolutely, beautifully oh also literally their favorite ones.

  • In Atlanta, Georgia (US), I easily find tarragon, but I’ve never heard of the alternative you mentioned. I’m excited to find and explore a new ingredient! Thank you.

  • I wish the era of the elegant dinner party returns.  It received such a bad rep during the Victorian era and other cultures, like mine, only ever have family gatherings which I love.  However, dinner parties act a good medium for networking and introductions to new people.  That is where this fine lady’s channel comes in.  Her food is not for everyday cooking but for dinner parties.  All her ideas are indispensable for impressing everyone from new members to the household to the dreaded boss.

  • OK… I have some tins of Spanish tuna in the cupboard (as I now live in Spain) and they are calling to me. We have the kids and grand-kids arriving in a few weeks so I suspect that this will definitely be on the menu. Looks yummy and thanks for uploading.

  • If you put eggs in it, it ain’t vegetarian anymore, just call it lunch made with veggies. Because some ethnicities and religions are purely vegetarian and it would be a big deal if you call it a vegetarian dish in your restaurant and it ends up having eggs in it.

  • Hi Helen, this sauce looks amazing! I’ll try this tomorrow, but I’d like to know how long would it last in the fridge? And a small suggestion, if you have a gas stove, you can smoke the peppers directly on the flame, they will taste smokier since the flames will penetrate more through the skin and it will be faster. They might create a small mess on your stove though (:

  • Sir I have recently been watching and recreating your recepies. I have noticed one thing in your videos tho your hands seem to shake a bit

  • Amigo, una vez mas me has puesto los dientes largos. Delicioso plato, ummm!!! Lo hiciste genial, enhorabuena.
    Que tengas una buena semana, saludos!!!

  • Me encantan las tortitas de atún y mucho mejor si son gluten free. Muchisimas gracias por esta receta tan deliciosa. Espero que tengas un dia maravilloso.

  • Wow!
    Nice to see/hear a real chef not slating or making sarcastic comments about delicious, healthy vegetarian cuisine for a change ��

  • I’m very concerned by the fact that you chop and prepare food on particle board counter tops. There are many harmful chemicals used in manufacturing that wood product, including formalin formaldehyde and many other very toxic chemicals. Maybe think about getting a cutting board that is considered “food grade”? Not meaning to be bitching at you, just concern d for your health and well being.

    The recipe for tartine looks amazing.

  • i want to make these tomorrow; do u have the recipe for your chutney? i think i am in love with your youtube channel! all these great recipes is what makes being a vegan exciting

  • I am so happy to see you repping Wales I’m from Merthyr ��������������♥️ I am so proud of you and your success! Would love to see your take on a lamb broth/cawl. Currently working on veganising this myself �� cwtch mawr!

  • Tuna cakes are such an amazing idea! I’m a big tuna fan, but you’ve brought it to a another level…love it! Big like for you, Albert <3

  • Hi our awesome friend we love you your cooking it’s awesome as always the music is amazing thanks for sharing with us your amazing cooking skills those ingredients are amazing and the tuna cakes are going to be spicy �� we love it and a massive likeee always

  • Would it be a bad idea to leave the skin? I think there are lots of good nutrients in plant skin and it would make the sauce a little bit chunky, which im ok with.

  • The sauce looks nice but none of the ideas look appetising to me. I’d imagine it would taste nice with chicken or pork and pasta but it would need some crunch too.

  • Immediately upon watching this, my boyfriend and I put everything on hold and made ALL THREE OF THE DISHES. They were incredible! Part of his family is Welsh and he is over the moon at making some of his childhood favorites. You and your team are doing such a good job-thank you for all of your hard work!

  • Thank you so much for sharing these awesome Welsh recipes! My mouth was watering most of the time! It sounded like a hard video, but I sure appreciate it as I know thousands and thousands do!

  • After watching a documentary on Netflix call “What the health” the wife and I are making a transition to a plant base lifestyle. This can be overwhelming since we have meat eaters since day one. So watching you make these recipes is making me more at ease since these recipes are easy to follow. What got me hook to your cooking was your ramen and vegan egg since eggs is a huge staple of my nutrition. Wish you the best in your endeavors for you will own your restaurant soon. God bless.

  • Good Pepper Sauce. I watch not for the thing, but to learn and master the technique of that which you did. I’ve learned that. You should demonstrate a video sometimes on great sauces made with fruits like Citrus Fruits and other Sweet Fruits.

  • Indonesian vegetarian food:
    1. Sayur bayam tempe goreng sambal
    2. Pecel rempeyek kacak or tempe kripik
    3. Tahu campur
    3. Resoles sayur mayones
    4. Orek tempe, sambel goreng kentang
    5. Mie kopyok with rice kreces
    And many more
    You can enjoy delecius vegetarian disk

  • No tenía yogurt y lo más cercano que había era crema agria, pero continué con el resto de tu receta y con mi familia quedé como campeón, a todos les gustó!

  • Don’t put your food on aluminium foil it’s toxic! Place parchment paper over foil…and don’t taste food and put the spoon back in the dish when feeding others, gak!

  • I love watching you cook. And love the food. Ive made few of your recipes from videos and there always great. These were my goto when i was starting to transition into vegan

  • I bought your cookbook and my dog DESTROYED it while I was at work. I didn’t even get to enjoy it for a week. Apparently he does not like veganism. Keep up the great videos.

  • Hi, I watched your plating videos. I’m very impressed. I have an offer for you. How can I contact you in private? Can you give me your email?My email is Kay

  • Great video! I’m so happy I found this. The play
    plating video was really well done. Can you please do a video on how to do a Basquaise sauce and/or marnier sauce.

  • I just made a meal of these awesome tuna cakes by plating them on baby romaine lettuce with sliced tomatoes and avocado, with the aioli in a small ramekin in the middle of the plate. The flavors just popped! We loved it! Many thanks ����!

  • Oh how mouth watering are these little bad boys… You’ve done it again Albert.. another easy to follow tutorial. These will be on the menu ASAP..

  • Perfect! I have never made tuna cakes before but I have to try this:) Really wouldn’t feel guilty about eating all of these too! Awesome:)

  • What type of cottage cheese is used? The variety we have here in the US is usually not creamy like yours but more of a curdled texture.

  • I really wanted to make this one. I can no longer see the recipe. I’m ordering the book this week, but I don’t know if this recipe is in there.

  • My Italian grandmother used to make these with cow’s cheese. They’re amazing and I’m sure just as good with a quality vegan cheese.

  • Hey Helen. When you prepare that sauce, how many time do you taste it with the same spoon? It is so disgusting that you use the same spoon to decorate someone’s plate. Before taking food videos, you need to learn something about hygene ��

  • Simply lovely recipes and aerial views of city. Every building is the same color. Eye would paint my house lime green to standout.

  • I love all of your work! I admire your uniqueness and concepts, so happy that you take the time to share them! Cant wait to watch your channel grow; I definitely share you work with friends! Have a good week!

  • Beautiful and so pleasant and interesting… also, I’m pretty sure that most of us can’t really get the nutrition from mushrooms when they’re raw… not sure…

  • “Obvioisly i dont have cheese because im vegan” its a fuckin vegan cooking channel!!!!
    Proof that pretentious vegans cant go 5 minuets without saying “im vegan” or “im really craving Kale….” WANKERS!

  • I made this but I added fresh ginger and some orange zest. Unbelievable. Thank you! This is my favorite sauce to go with scallops now.