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[Comments] (3) : I'm tired of frying tofu, so I just tossed it in oil and put it on a silicone sheet and baked it at 375 degrees. It worked fine. It's not 100% as good as fried tofu, but it's so much easier to make, and it cooks more evenly.

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Posted by Brendan at Thu Jun 18 2009 19:02

Do you normally just fry it in oil? Like, plain?

Posted by Leonard at Thu Jun 18 2009 19:45

Yeah, and then it gets stir-fried.

Posted by Brendan at Thu Jun 18 2009 20:25

Oh, I see. Interesting. I usually just toss it in before the vegetables when I stir-fry it with tofu, but that would be a good way to take some of the moisture out of it and give it some texture.

When I fry tofu alone, for breakfast or sandwiches, I dredge it in tamari sauce and brewer's yeast first.


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