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How to Make Tofu Spinach Lasagna Rolls - Fabulous tofu recipe by Paula Eakins , the Tofu lady.
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Paula Eakins: Hi, I’m Paula Eakins, Vice President of Health Seminars Unlimited. And today, we are going to talk some more about how to cook with Tofu, now the recipe today that we are going be using is a Spinach Lasagna Roll Ups. This is another simple recipe and once we are using Tofu and we are using a word-packed Tofu, this is also a firm Tofu that we are going to be using and we’ve got spinach, everything is here ready to go. I’ve already pre-done the lasagna noodles, alright? I precooked them because we are going to be doing roll ups. This recipe also would serve very well, if you just want to do regular lasagna, but I want something special on this particular program.
So, we are going to put our extra-firm, I mean our firm Tofu into our bowl and we are going to mash that up because you know we are trying to get the simulation now of cottage cheese or ricotta cheese, alright? We are going to be using soy in its place. Now are going to take our spinach and we are going to put in the chop spinach, and you can do this as frozen spinach, put it in and we are going to just mix that in real good. Now I’m going to go ahead and then put in also my -- this is one teaspoon of the garlic powder, this will help giving that season and then next, we are going to go ahead on and put in our chicken-style-seasoning and the chicken-style-seasoning once again is that of an assimilation of a regular chicken Bouillon cube, but it’s not, it is a vegetarian product that you can find in any of health food store, any of local grocery stores as well. Nutritional yeast, I’m using that also, full of B-vitamins it also helps to get flavor and texture to this roll up. I’m going to be also adding in my onion powder and that’s a teaspoon of the onion powder as well. So we have got a teaspoon of the onion powder and a teaspoon of the nutritional yeast. Then I’m going to add lastly my Parmesan cheese, alright? This is a half-a-cup of Parmesan cheese. Oh, this looks so good, looks so good, looks so good, we got to just stir it all up because we are going to be putting this inside of this a whole wheat lasagna noodles.
Now, I’m going to just take a spoon full and I’m going to put it in the middle of the lasagna noodles itself, and you are going to keep on doing this still you get down to the very end. Just go ahead on and do the second one, as well and I like this because once again this product will make at least a good ten to twelve roll ups, alright? It's something little bit different, very, very attractive when you serve it up and really one roll up is a serving, okay? But I’m going to tell you right now; people going to say, well, I need more in just one serving of it. I will put that last one on and I like to then just take and mash it down as you see right here.
Now, before I start rolling, we’ve got that spaghetti sauce. Any spaghetti sauce that you want to use, we’ve already take with that Italian seasoning and little bit of salt and put in, when we put it on the stove to get it heated up, alright? So I’m just going to go ahead on it now and put some in the bottom of my baking dish. You are going to need a baking dish for this, this is just 8 by 8 and sometimes because we are going to be making a lot more or if you are going to make a lot more of them, and you would want to use a 9 by13 sort of baking dish. The temperature of your oven is going to be at about 325 degrees.
Now let's go ahead on and start rolling it. Now this is really easy to do, I kind of just stock on aside as I’m moving it forward and when you get to the end, you want to make sure that you put it -- look at that, is that gorgeous or what? You want to make sure that you put it same side down, like so. Let's roll that last one up here and you know what I’m telling you right now. This is delicious; we serve it with some broccoli and a nice colorful salad and some rolls or uuh, garlic bread. Now once you lay them down, you are going to just take your sauce and go right across the tops of it and you are going to put that foil on top. When I get down with this, I will sprinkle on it as it cooks, I would sprinkle a little bit of the Parmesan cheese and a little bit of fresh parsley or you can use dry parsley. Now I smell something cooking. So that means that the other one is done so, you have got to see the finished product. You can see that it is very easy and simple. Once again, we’ve showed you how to cook with Tofu and I want you to know that this recipe is absolutely fantastic and you family will love it; different from the regular lasagna.
Now, we showed you how to cook with Tofu, baking that spinach lasagna roll ups and we are going to move to the next one and that is how to make a strawberry smoothy using Tofu.