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If tofu had a superpower, it’d be the power of transformation.

It has the extraordinary ability to absorb flavours from all the ingredients around it, creating a variety of mouth-watering dishes in the process.

So we’ve pulled out all the stops and created a comprehensive guide to our beloved tofu, including all our favourite recipes plus top tips on how to get the best out of your block (or pieces!).

Recipes & Guides

The Tofu Range

The organic soya beans in our Tofu Range are certified as being economically responsible and environmentally sustainable. They are specially selected from farms in China (and at times of low yield Italy) and the harvest is audited from field to factory by the EcoSocial Fairtrade IBD organisation Therefore, you can rest assured that the soya in Cauldron Tofu supports zero deforestation practices and is GMO free.

Tofu Block

Our extra-firm Organic Tofu is incredibly versatile, with the amazing ability to absorb flavours from the ingredients around it. Suited to a wide variety of exciting dishes - from curries to soups, salads to desserts - it's ideal for adventurous cooks and beginners alike, ready for action in thousands of recipes.

Marinated Tofu Pieces

Marinated with a hint of garlic and ginger, our Organic Marinated Tofu pieces are packed with flavour and offer a super convenient dinnertime solution. Eat straight from the packet or throw into a stir-fry and warm through - either way, they make for a seriously tasty treat!

Teriyaki Tofu Pieces

Infused with a delicious tamari soya sauce, our Organic Teriyaki Tofu is great for adding texture and flavour to Asian-style dishes. Perfect for quick and easy recipes, it adds a touch of sweetness to any meal - toss into a wok with beansprouts and crunchy vegetables, or try it pan-fried and sprinkled with sesame seeds!

Pressed Tofu with Italian Herbs and Tomato

Beautiful in colour and flavoured with herbs and sundried tomatoes, this is the perfect flavourful addition to throw into your pasta, salads and favourite Italian dishes.

How to guides

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