(Bonus points if you got that reference!)

Tofu, the much beloved block of soy that often plays a critical role in many vegan and vegetarian households, has always been an ingredient that’s high on my list of main dish and dessert fundamentals.  That’s why I was bowled over when the folks over at Nasoya asked me to write a few tofu-centric recipes to share with them, and post over on their shiny new website.  After scraping together enough words to approximate a response of something like “Heck yes!”, I set to work, sticking to the more savory side of the street this time around.  Emerging with four easy, appealing, and above all else, beany options, I’m thrilled to finally unveil them, alongside the very flattering feature that Nasoya has just released on yours truly.

Hop on over there right now and get the recipe for this Mediterranean Tofu Pizza, pictured above! If that one doesn’t quite get your mouth watering, check back in on the Nasoya website next month, as they’re planning to highlight different recipes as time goes on.

39 thoughts on “ILVTOFU

  1. I love it! Your pizza looks great.

    I have a water bottle that is the same as your title :D It makes me laugh.

  2. did you see where the mom in Denver tried to get that as a license plate and was denied because it could be misinterpreted as “i love to f- you” ?

  3. I totally get the reference, lol. I thought it was hilarious!!

    Congrats on your success…you really deserve the praise! That pizza looks awesome.

  4. What does it say about me that I never would have gotten the dirty second meaning of that license plate without having it pointed out to me? :p

  5. Wow…looks great. Went to the website and can’t seem to get the recipe. Am I doing something wrong? I clicked on the pizza recipe, and in the address bar it says it’s at the med. pizza recipe page, but there’s no recipe….it’s the same as the general link you posted. Hmmm….maybe I didn’t click on the correct button.

  6. I love Nasoya! It’s my absolute favorite brand of tofu.

    And ILVTOFU as well. I actually crave it. Which is strange. Because it doesn’t really have a flavor (okay, I think it DOES have a flavor but the majority of people on this earth beg to differ).

    That pizza looks awesome! I am definitely going to have to check out their website.

  7. That’s awesome! I have some pizza dough (as featured by Michele) doing the overnight thing…(in two Parts) I am excited to try this tofu topping with the Peter Reinhart Whole Wheat Pizza Crust, tomorrow night. Peace, Stephanie

  8. haha yeah i heard about the DMV rejecting that plate, so funny! holy cow that pizza looks AMAZING! i’m the worst pizza eater though, the toppings always end up in my lap so i’d probably have at it with a fork and knife like a total square :)

  9. That’s really awesome! Congratulations on the feature, Hannah!
    The tofu pizza looks so amazing, thank you for the link to the recipe. Can’t wait to see what is next!!!

  10. Now THAT is a dreamy-looking pizza!

    And I got the reference ;) In Quebec, we’re not allowed to have customized license plates, but I think I’ll have to get my hands on a sticker with ILVTOFU on it to put next to my Italian flag (haha).

    Always a pleasure to read your blog, and well done on this recipe. :)

  11. Hahaha soooo I have this horrid memory from childhood: my mom was given a block of tofu and she wanted to sneak it into some food to trick me into eating it. So she put it on top of pizza and told me it was feta cheese. I never believed her and I was totally traumatized by the experience. Of course now I’d eat that entire pizza in a heartbeat–it looks delicious! I can’t wait to see what you cooked up for Nasoya

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