The first time I heard of soft silken tofu (tofu soyeux) was with my friend Juliette (Les recettes de Juliette). She’s a vegetarian and she always use some unknown ingredients for the rest of us. She told me how silken tofu was amazing for desserts, especially to make low-fat desserts such as chocolate mousse. This product you will find in organic shops. Since I tried it, I usually add it to my shopping list. This and almond butter.
I had few trials with silken tofu in desserts and had unequal results. I found pistachio’s a great match. This recipe is extremely quick and easy. I tried to keep it relatively low kcal (230 kcal/serv.). Also I added as low sugar as I could. But feel free to add more pistachio or sugar as you like.
Ingredients (4 servings)
- 500g/17,6oz soft silken tofu
- 55g/1,9oz unsalted blanched pistachios
- 40g/1,4oz sugar
- 2 teaspoons of almond butter
In a mixing bowl, mix pistachios, sugar and almond butter.
Add silken tofu. Mix it well.
Serve in four yogurt pots.
Cover and refrigerate if you want to keep them for later.