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Turkey Ma Po Tofu

July/August 2013

Your rating: None Average: 4.7 (15 votes)

Ma Po Tofu is a traditional Chinese recipe usually made with ground pork. This delicious, healthy version uses ground turkey to cut saturated fat and calories and adds mushrooms for extra veggies. Serve with brown rice and make it extra special with a drizzle of sesame oil just before serving.


Turkey Ma Po Tofu Recipe

13 Reviews for Turkey Ma Po Tofu

05/11/2014
One of my new favorites!

This is one of my new favorite recipes from Eating Well. I did add an extra tablespoon of sriracha because we are spice lovers and half an extra tablespoon of black bean sauce. The soft tofu worked perfectly and was a great addition of flavor and texture. We also each added a little extra soy sauce to taste after serving. Served over brown rice. We will definitely be making this again.

easy, unique, healthy, flavorful
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05/07/2014
Anonymous
One of my new favorites!

This is one of my new favorite recipes from Eating Well. I did add an extra tablespoon of sriracha because we are spice lovers and half an extra tablespoon of black bean sauce. The soft tofu worked perfectly and was a great addition of flavor and texture. We also each added a little extra soy sauce to taste after serving. Served over brown rice. We will definitely be making this again.

easy, unique, healthy, flavorful
Turkey Ma Po Tofu
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03/16/2014
Flavorful and easy

My whole family loved this. I left out the tofu and added carrots. It has a nice flavor and gives me a reason to use the black bean paste that we don't have many recipes for.

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11/30/2013
Anonymous

quick, good combination of flavors. I served it over rice.

This is quick and delicious, but next time I make it, I will use firm or extra-firm tofu.
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11/30/2013
Anonymous

quick, good combination of flavors. I served it over rice.

This is quick and delicious, but next time I make it, I will use firm or extra-firm tofu.
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