how to make tofu yummy.

impossible is nothing: here's how to make tofu yummy. this is seriously the best tofu you've never eaten yet. and it's also super simple.

you'll need:

  • some good, plain, firm organic tofu
  • soy sauce
  • a ziplock bag
  • an oven
  • baking sheet & baking parchement
  • a few drops of olive oil

  • drain tofu and cut into slices that are about 1cm thick.
  • put tofu slices into ziplock bag and cover with soy sauce. marinate for however long you've got time.
  • pre-heat oven to 200°c.
  • put parchement on the baking sheet and drizzle with a little bit of olive oil
  • when the oven's ready, put tofu on the sheet.
  • bake every bit of life out of that tofu. it depends on how thick you've cut it, but about 25-30 minutes should do it; turn at least once.
  • and then: eat! however you want to: cut into cubes to throw into stir-frys, or currys or roll up in sushi or use anywhere, where you'd normally use fried tofu or chicken. just make sure to add the tofu last in order to keep it crispy. if a recipe at 101cookbooks calls for tofu-frying, i always subsititute with marinated and baked instead.

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