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Tofu can be magically versatile -- or woefully bland. But when it gets an assist from creamy avocados and a sharp and complex homemade dressing, it becomes a filling and delicious workday treat.

Source: Body+Soul, May 2010



Cook's Notes

To make the most of tofu's taste-absorbing talents, put it on the plate first, drizzle it with dressing, then add your other ingredients. Mix right before eating.

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  • LittleRedFrog
    3 FEB, 2014
    This salad is very blend, in my opinion. I had planned on making it twice this week but in the end I think I won't... All of the ingredients are pretty flavourless so I can't really see how it could be improved. Except for replacing most of the ingredients. I guess that baking or frying the tofu would be a good start. I was hoping that the dressing would make it up for it but it didn't. I think adding some honey as mentioned by one of the reviewers of the actually dressing might help. And salt!

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