Here's a recipe a friend of mine on another forum posted. It was OK, but I didn't like it that much... quite possibly because I left out ingredients I didn't have or couldn't find, like malt vinegar and veg buillon. Also, I understand nutritional yeasts vary a lot in flavor, and I really didn't like the kind I got.
Cali's Tofu Fish
1 block Extra Frim Tofu (Nasoya Brand, frozen and thawed)
1 Bullion Cube (Knor Veg)
1/2c Malt Vinegar
1T Nori, cut into itty bitty bits
1/2c Corn Meal
1/3c Nutritional Yeast
Veg or Canola Oil
Heat oven to 350.
Press the previously frozen and thawed tofu for 10 minutes.
Boil the water. In a large tupperware square or rectangle pour in boiling water and bullion, stirring to disolve. Add to concentrated broth the nori and vinegar. Season if desired. Set aside
Slice the pressed tofu thinly resulting in 12+ pieces of 1" wide by 4" long and 1/8" thick strips.
Soak 10 min in the liquid, trying to have as much covered as possible. Flip over at 5 min if needed.
In a shallow dish mix the corn meal, flour and nutritional yeast. Season if desired.
Prepare a deep baking or roasting pan with enough oil to coat the bottom.
Gently remove (without pressing or draining) one strip at a time and dredge in the corn meal mixture and lay flat in the pan. Do not overlap, use additional pans if need be.
Bake in the oven for 30 minutes.
Remove and flip each piece over carefully. Add more oil if needed (ie: there is flour visible).
Bake for 15 to 30 minutes.
Serve with tartar sauce.
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