For #MeatlessMonday, here are a variety of ways to spice and cook tofu, from the Recipe Finder.


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Roasted Chile Lime Tofu Bowls. A fine template for the dinnertime bowl: Combine a cooked grain, plant protein, sauce, seasonal vegetables and topping.


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Silken Tofu With Soy Sauce (Xiao Cong Ban Dou Fu). This takes minutes to make; serve with rice and sauted greens, or eat it as a snack.


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Stir-Fried Tofu With Mushrooms, Red Pepper and Bok Choy. It comes together in a flash.


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Steamed Tofu With Sauteed Kimchi. An easy, popular Korean snack with drinks.


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Tofu Curry With Mustard Greens. Spice-filled and peanut butter-spiked.


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Gingery Tofu Sliders. Tidy little stacks of pan-fried tofu, avocado, kimchi and more.


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Smoked Tofu Salad. A tasty veg take on chicken salad. Use vegan mayonnaise, if you prefer.