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#1 Old 07-31-2016, 02:12 PM
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Found Best Pan Fried Tofu!

I found this recipe but I have to share it because it really is the best I've found. I have followed recipes for baked or pan fried tofu, and just ended up annoyed with a mediocre dish that didn't turn out as I had hoped. ..so I mostly just stuck to stir frying plain tofu with vegetables, or mashing the soft kind into sour cream.

But this is excellent, plain or dipped into barbecue sauce. I really think the instructions on temperature and how to heat the pan make all the difference in the world.

http://www.food.com/recipe/the-best-...ed-tofu-271647

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#2 Old 07-31-2016, 06:55 PM
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I found this recipe but I have to share it because it really is the best I've found. I have followed recipes for baked or pan fried tofu, and just ended up annoyed with a mediocre dish that didn't turn out as I had hoped. ..so I mostly just stuck to stir frying plain tofu with vegetables, or mashing the soft kind into sour cream.

But this is excellent, plain or dipped into barbecue sauce. I really think the instructions on temperature and how to heat the pan make all the difference in the world.

http://www.food.com/recipe/the-best-...ed-tofu-271647
What an interesting recipe - only 4 ingredients! Looks good.

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I found this recipe but I have to share it because it really is the best I've found. I have followed recipes for baked or pan fried tofu, and just ended up annoyed with a mediocre dish that didn't turn out as I had hoped. ..so I mostly just stuck to stir frying plain tofu with vegetables, or mashing the soft kind into sour cream.

But this is excellent, plain or dipped into barbecue sauce. I really think the instructions on temperature and how to heat the pan make all the difference in the world.

http://www.food.com/recipe/the-best-...ed-tofu-271647
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What an interesting recipe - only 4 ingredients! Looks good.

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The beauty is in its simplicity, its genius in her scientific discovery of pan plus heat haha.

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