Once you have experience with more unique flavors in cooking with TVP, you'll know which type of curry to use to create new recipes for your family's meal plan.
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Textured Vegetable Protein - Textured vegetable protein, or TVP, can be purchased at most grocery or health food stores.
Like tofu, TVP takes on the flavors of other foods with which it is cooked, making it an ideal option for curry dishes.
Textured vegetable protein (TVP) is a dehydrated soy product used as a meat substitute in vegetarian and vegan dishes.
Fortified plant products, such as soy-based milk, and meat alternatives like texturized vegetable protein (TVP).
When using TVP as a meat substitute, one cup of dry TVP equals about one pound of meat when reconstituted.
TVP is made from soy, and can take some getting used to as it has a unique flavor and texture.
Use this approximation when deciding how much TVP to include in your curry recipe.
TVP can be hydrated before adding it to the recipe or reconstituted while cooking.