A number of people have asked, so here is my guide to making yummy fried tofu…
- ‘Firm’ Tofu (£1.20 from local Oriental Supermarket, but is sold in most supermarkets)
- nuts and seeds – cashew, almond, sunflower, pumpkin (and maybe some diced spring onion)
- vegetable oil
- soy sauce
- ginger + garlic + salt
- non-stick pan
2. Make it…
- heat the pan (no oil at this point)
- cut up the tofu into reasonably sized squares
- whack em in, lay them flat
- heat for 10 minutes turning regularly until they brown and crisp slightly
- whack in the nuts and seeds, along with a splash of oil
- fry until golden, splash on the soya sauce (not vital)
- add the spring onions and crushed garlic and ginger for flavouring
- keep stirring and give it a taste
3. Eat it!
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