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Wonderful! I used Bragg's Liquid Soy, no salt and no wheat, in this recipe. I would also use a low sodium Tamari, which usually has no wheat. Read labels! :-) Anyway this is just delicious recipe as is. I think pressing the liquid out of the tofu before putting it in any marinade is key. My tofu soaked up all the marinade in 2 hours. I seared a little longer than the recipe but maybe I had my heat lower than hers. Happy eating!

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kattatonic1 June 20, 2013

Really good. We even soaked mushrooms, and are going to BBQ portabellas soaked in it. I did add a few drops of liquid smoke and a TBS.molasses to make it a bit sweeter. Thank you much!

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almost vegetarian May 09, 2013

I love this recipe. I marinade my veggies too and make kabobs and put in the oven and is so flavorfull. mmm delicius!

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nldflores30 March 12, 2011

Great flavor in the marinade, and very easy to do! After an hour, the tofu had taken up most of the marinade, and I added the rest at the end of cooking to provide a little sauce.

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Rand0m1 June 08, 2010

I used Soy Vey to marinate, but followed all these directions and am making it again a mere 4 days later. The draining process really helps it soak up the marinade.

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ccbach November 01, 2008

A GREAT recipe Sarah ! I added a couple of TBS. of sweet chili sauce and a clove of garlic to the marinade , and fried as per your instructions. This made some wonderful, crispy, brown, slices of flavorful tofu ! I had a slice for supper and am planning on using more tomorrow for a salad !!

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Theresa P May 26, 2008
Marinated Teriyaki Tofu