Soy

9 Unexpected Soy Pairings

March 27, 2015

We've partnered with Kikkoman to find the most surprising ways to use soy in your everyday meals.

The humble soy bean is the root of so many ingredients. We have the original, vegetal form: edamame. The solids: tofu, seitan, tempeh. Liquids: soy milk, soy sauce, miso. And when paired with other ingredients, the possibilities when cooking, and yes, baking, with soy are bountiful and quite surprising. So let’s explore, shall we? Here are some hints towards soy’s limitless capabilities -- a cashew, tofu, and cardamom fudge; miso caramel. Are you intrigued?

If you’re looking to introduce a little excitement into your diet, soy has you covered. Here are 9 unexpected soy pairings to open your eyes to the wonders of soy:

Shop the Story

Miso Caramel by theminx

 

Roasted Salmon With a Cheat’s Vietnamese Caramel Sauce by Kristin

 

Andrea Nguyen's Cashew and Cardamom Fudge (Kaju Barfi) by Genius Recipes

 

Vegan Chocolate Pie by Gena Hamshaw

  

Black Bean Orange Peel Edamame by savorthis

 

Miso-Maple Roasted Roots by Nicholas Day

 

Miso Hummus by mrslarkin

 

 Carne Asada con Rajas by Waverly

  

Tempeh Kebabs with Homemade Barbecue Sauce by Gena Hamshaw

This post is brought to you by Kikkoman.

0 Comments