I had no idea if this would turn out as I created it. It is less of a recipe and more of a technique. All I did was take a package of extra firm tofu and slice it into "fries". I blotted them with paper towels to try to dry them some. Then I tossed them in some Italian breadcrumbs. This wasn't really to make a crust on them, but to add a bit of flavor. I laid them on a baking sheet and baked them for 30 minutes at 350 degrees, flipping them half way through the baking time. Once they came out of the oven, I ate them by dunking them in ketchup. They were so good I ate the ENTIRE package of tofu as "fries". This is something I will surely make again...try them and fall in love!
Monday, July 21
I had a package of extra firm tofu in the fridge that I wanted to use up and had no idea how to accomplish that. It frustrates me that the majority of recipes involving tofu are Asian based. I understand why that is, but I wasn't in the mood for anything like that. I have been craving the acidity of tomatoes recently, so I decided to see if this would work.