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Our collection of soy nutrition related publications and videos available for download.
The NSRL presents a selection of recipes using a variety of soy food ingredients. Each recipe has been evaluated in our test kitchen, and are often available in one of our cookbooks we have available for purchase at right. Enjoy.
This rolled cookie uses the high protein fine powder ingredient, soy protein concentrate, to create a delicious, crisp, and high protein cookie. There are almost 4 grams of protein in a serving of two cookies. If you can't find the concentrate, substitute soy flour.
This is a perfect breakfast or dessert item for family or company, as you can prepare in advance and have it fresh from the oven without last minute fuss. This recipe can be found in out Textured Soy Protein in the American Kitchen Cookbook.
Backyard BBQs, picnics, and family reunions are common features during spring and summer. Soyfoods are perfect for quick and easy recipes to share healthy offerings at outdoor gatherings! Try out our recipes for Soymilk Ice Cream and Confetti Corn Salad.
ALL the flavor and half the fatduring Soy Foods Month
You can use a 25-50% replacement of meat with hydrated texture soy protein (TSP) or frozen soy crumbles. It is great for recipes like tacos, casseroles, chili, spaghetti sauce, meatloaf, meatballs, and sausage patties. This month's recipes include a handy table with nutrition facts about extending meats with soy, and great Beef/Soy blend Italian Meatballs and Pork/Soy blend Sausage Patties.
Our Research Dietitian Stacey Krawczyk is on local TV in April demonstrating how easy it is to extend meat with TSP. In addition to the Sausage Patties, she showed how to make Sloppy Joes, so of course here is that recipe.
Game Day Chili
Our award winning chili, made with the very versatile textured soy protein, is the perfect Super Bowl dish to have on the stove, ready to go. Enjoy!
Commodity Conference Soy Fiesta Recipes
Most countries around the world make a stew using locally available vegetables and spices. The World Initiative for Soy in Human Health (WISHH) program developed this infinitely adaptable recip for us in impoverished regions. The TSP provides much-needed protein, and dish is made familiar and delicious through the use of traditional vegetables and spices. This recipe is a big hit in the U.S. too!
State Fair Demonstration Recipes
Easy to make in counter top ice cream freezers, this basic vanilla soy ice cream can be varied with other flavor combinations as noted below the main recipe.
High Energy Trail Mix and Soy Smoothies
Next time you go hiking, take along this crunchy Trail Mix Snack. With the addition of textured soy protein, the protein boost will keep you feeling satisified longer. Then relax with an easy-to-make Smoothie made with silken tofu: combine in a blender 1 (12 oz.) package silken tofu with 1 cup of your favorite fresh, canned, or frozen fruit, 1 cup water, and 1/4 cup orange juice and whip them all together. Add sweetener of your choice if you wish. The enjoy!
Toss together the ingredients for this family-pleasing meal when you have a chance, and set the temperature on the crockpot so dinner will be ready when you are. (recipe taken from the NSRL publication Soy and the Last Minute Chef)
This recipe is great for cookouts, lunches, and potlucks.The soy ingredient is edamame, or green soybeans, often available in the freezer section at your store. If you’re serving a crowd, the recipe doubles easily. (recipe taken from the NSRL publication Soy and the Last Minute Chef)
This quick and easy lasagna substitutes fresh tofu for the cheese ingredient of a rich and hearty pasta dish, that delivers lower fat and calories for those looking to eat healthier. (recipe taken from the NSRL publication Tofu in the American Kitchen)