5 Reviews

Really nice! Looks great and tastes great, very good with rice. Mine was a bit too sweet, but I'm sure it was because I used a sweetish prepared mustard. Next time I will use a stronger, non-sweet one. I fried the tofu with the onions because I wanted the onions really brown. Will make this for company for sure. Thanks for posting!

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lortle March 20, 2005

Yum! This is a great way to eat tofu. I used malt vinegar and wholegrain mustard which looked rather pretty with the different seeds. A six star recipe!

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Missy Wombat February 04, 2003

Quite Nice But I wouldn't go so far as to make a double batch.

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AshyBrian December 14, 2012

Makes a very low-calorie dinner using low-fat tofu and no-sugar-added apricot jam, which I enjoyed; but I thought it was bland. Followed cooking instructions as written making the subs noted above. Like anther reviewer noted it does make a lot of sauce, so it would be good over rice.... I served with sauteed zucchini. Made for Please Review my Recipe game.

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Brooke the Cook in WI April 03, 2008

Wow, this was unusual but quite good! Try it yourself! Made it with a sugarless apricot jam and a low-fat tofu. Also, it makes a lot of sauce so serve it over some type of starch (we used mung bean noodles). Thank you very much!

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Kumquat the Cat's friend December 05, 2005
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