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#1 Old 03-25-2007, 06:54 AM
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hi guys, i need your help, im looking for simple tofu dish that easy to cook and easy to find the ingredients, im doing this beacause my school want me to cook simple dish with tofu for vegetarian..thanks for the help im very appreciate it..
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try www.vegweb.com theres some easy once on there, or theres always the basic baked tofu with soysouce and pepper one.
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You can do SO MUCH with tofu that I think we need a bit more guidance to help out. Does it have to be a hot dish, or would a cold dish be better? Will you make this at home and bring it in, or will you have access to a stove/oven at school so you can serve something piping hot?



My mom made me Shake and Bake Tofu from "The 5-Ingredient Vegetarian Gourmet" cookbook - that's super easy and good, but it's best to serve it hot out of the oven. (I like it with their Peanut Sauce, which can be made ahead. A marinara sauce would probably be good, too.)
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#4 Old 03-28-2007, 05:15 AM
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You can do SO MUCH with tofu that I think we need a bit more guidance to help out. Does it have to be a hot dish, or would a cold dish be better? Will you make this at home and bring it in, or will you have access to a stove/oven at school so you can serve something piping hot?



My mom made me Shake and Bake Tofu from "The 5-Ingredient Vegetarian Gourmet" cookbook - that's super easy and good, but it's best to serve it hot out of the oven. (I like it with their Peanut Sauce, which can be made ahead. A marinara sauce would probably be good, too.)





i want hot dish..i will make it at school..i do not want to use stove, maybe can fry it or cook it..
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OK, I'm lost. I use a stove to fry or cook something, but you don't want to use a stove for those.



If you're thinking of frying or cooking, I'd just do a simple veggie/tofu stir fry. But again, I use a stove for that.
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1) buy a carton of fresh, firm or extra firm tofu from the refridgerated section of your store.

2) Buy an onion, a green bell pepper, a little bit of vegetable oil, some bread rolls and some BBQ sauce (read the ingredients to make sure its vegetarian)

3) Open the tofu package and rinse the tofu in some running water in the sink.

4) Cut the tofu into cubes the roughly the size of Monopoly dice.

5) Peel the onion and chop finely

6) Cut the top off of the bell pepper and remove seeds and then cut into small squares.

7) heat a tbsp of oil in a frying pan over medium heat

8) add the onion and saute for 3 minutes or until the edges get a bit brown and the onion turns translucent

9) Then add the bell pepper and tofu cubes and saute for another 2 minutes.

10) Add about a cup of BBQ sauce and stir. Cook another 2 minutes.

11) turn off heat

12) Spoon BBQ tofu mix into bread rolls and serve as sloppy joe sandwiches. Or, you can spoon BBQ tofu onto flour tortillas and roll up.
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