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Broiled Tofu

What you need: 

1/2 pound tofu, 1/4 to 1/2" cubes
3 tablespoons olive oil
3 tablespoons soy sauce

What you do: 

1. Preheat broiler. Place the tofu in a broiling pan with oil and soy sauce and mix it up so that the tofu is well covered.
2. Broil the tofu until brown, or even crispy, 5 to 15 minutes, turning it every few minutes.
Try these variations: Add spices and herbs as you like, different oils and sauces. Tastes great with a little sesame oil thrown in. Try cutting the tofu into thin slices instead of cubes and broil until crispy.

Preparation Time: 
10 minutes
Cooking Time: 
Servings: 
2
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This looks deliscious :) I will definitely try this recipe and cook for my family today. This blog is amazing. Thank you for everything!

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This was really good! I didn't even press or marinate the tofu; I just sprayed it with some olive oil lightly and sprinkled adobo seasoning on it. Delicious!

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This was really good and gives me some great ideas for variations to try in the future. I added in a bit of ground garlic and it was yum! The tofu went well served with coconut rice.

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wow, this was way easy, i am shocked that i didn't screw it up!  very good for sandwiches!

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This was the first time I have ever cooked tofu in the oven. I cut the tofu very thin and added chopped garlic to the tofu during the last 5 minutes of broiling. Very delicious. Had me singing TLT - dynamite! and thinking about making a TLT sandwhich.

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This was AWESOME!
My first experience cooking with tofu, and I'm hooked.
Now I feel comfortable enough to try some "more difficult" recipes!
Crispy and delicious- and so simple!!

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Tofu always tastes better to me when it has a crispy outside and softer chewy inside.  This recipe did just that.  I used T.J. extra firm tofu, pressed for 20 min, and then marinated in Braggs, olive oil, brown rice vinegar, and some Ginger-Tamari salad dressing (basically whatever I could grab to throw in there!)  At the end I sprinkled on some toasted sesame seeds.  I think I broiled a little too long as I cut the tofu very thin...  Still tasted yummy though!

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I was pleasantly surprised with this recipe. I never would have thought to broil it. I used a 14 oz container of extra firm tofu & pressed it for 10 min. Then I sliced it into 6 thin slices and laid them in a single row in a 9x13 Pyrex pan. I marinated it for 10 min in 3 Tbsp oil & 5 Tbsp soy sauce. While it was marinating, I thinly sliced garlic and put it on top. The texture was great - better than baking in my opinion!

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