This is a great time to celebrate some delicious recipes made from soy or soybeans. Did you know soybeans can be grown here in Ontario, and are one of the largest fields crops? From soy beverages, to tofu, to sauces and marinades, soybeans can make a wonderful addition to #YourFoodStory. Try one of our recipes today!
Keep your mind alert and your heart healthy with this delicious recipe for Tofu scramble that is a great alternative to scrambled eggs! Learn more about soy in our diets and its history from a Registered Dietician.
Soy honey shrimp
Looking for an appetizer or light meal? Look no further than this soy and honey shrimp recipe. Do you know what soybeans are used for in Ontario, and where they’re exported to? Find out here.
This easy, healthy, homemade tofu shawarma will be a new fan-favorite for a good reason! Find out the basics of tofu and how to cook other soybean variations.
Soybean falafel wrap
Soybean falafel wraps are packed full of flavour and are high in protein (thanks, soybeans!). Try it for dinner tonight. Interested in other soybean variations available at the grocery store? Check out the list here.
Tempeh green chili stir fry (Tempeh cabe ijo)
Tempeh and tofu are very similar products, however they are processed quite differently. Tofu is made from gelled soy milk pressed into solid white blocks, and tempeh is made from soybeans that have been fermented and compacted into a firm, dense cake. Find out how Ontario farms harvest the soybeans that end up in your tofu and tempeh.
Protein power balls
These no-bake power balls have been all over the internet in recent years. They make for an excellent nutritious snack thanks to the soy butter twist!
Homemade miso dressing
Swap your plain vinaigrette for this easy-to-make miso dressing for salads, stir fry, noodles, and fish or steak marinades. Learn how grain products play a key role in nutrition.
Spiced tofu and bean tacos
Try this taco variation for your next Taco Tuesday meal. While you’re at it, check out how many pounds of grains one acre produces in Ontario.
In this hummus variation we swap sesame seed tahini with the equally “nutty” taste of soy butter. Soybeans are mighty grains just like the machinery used to harvest them.