The crispiest tofu recipe ๐Ÿฅ—

Extra crispy tofu with french fries and bbq sauce in a fast food basket

For the most part, soy products are safe for people with gout. Notice I said, for the most part, some gout sufferers do report that soy causes flare ups. So if you, not one of the people that soy is a problem, tofu can be a great source of complete protein. But it does have an image problem. Mostly itโ€™s soft and tasteless. This recipe will show you have to take on the soft tissue. With a few simple steps and you will be able to make extra crispy tofu.

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Korean spicy tofu wings ๐Ÿฅข

Fried tofu in a spicy sauce on a plate

Who doesnโ€™t love spicy chicken wings? My favorites are the Korean ones with spicy or yangnyeom sauce. In Korean these are ๋‘๋ถ€ ์–‘๋… ์น˜ํ‚จ. To keep this gout friendly we will substitute extra firm tofu for wings. The sauce will have enough flavor to keep this from being a boring tofu recipe. Tofu cooked in this style is called Dubu-gangjeong (๋‘๋ถ€๊ฐ•์ •)

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In Korea going out for chimek (chicken and beer) is quite common. Everywhere you go you will see fried chicken places. Eating spicy chicken makes it easy to drink lots of beer. But since I have gout eating lots of fried chicken and drinking beer is off the menu. But I still like the flavor of KFC or Korean fried chicken. This recipe satisfies the urge for KFC and is gout friendly.ย 

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Simple Vegetarian MaPoTofu ๐Ÿ™

Simple Ma Po Tofu

For a long time, Sichuan Ma Po Tofu has been one of my favorite Chinese dishes. But most of the versions to this point have contained meat (usual pork). I even have a video on YouTube on how to cook that version. To keep the dish gout friendly the pork has been eliminated. It is still flavorful so do not worry about the missing pork. From what I read the dish started out as a cheap vegetarian meal so now we go back to basics.

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