Total Time
Prep 1 hr
Cook 1 hr

(Marinating from 1 hour to 24 and accounts for the prep time.) This was my tasty intro to tofu ("a good, low-fat, meatless source of protein") from Marion Kane's TORONTO STAR food columns and her BEST OF FOOD COOKBOOK. Ms. KANE credits CHEF ETA BRAND with this amazing creation. Thank you both!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Cut tofu into bite-sized squares.
  2. Place in shallow baking dish or casserole.
  3. In small bowl, combine soy, vinegar, maple syrup, orange juice, orange rind, ginger, garlic and mustard.
  4. Pour over tofu.
  5. Marinate at least 1 hour OR up to 24.
  6. Pour marinade into measuring cup.
  7. Return 1/2 cup (125 mL) to tofu in baking dish and discard the rest.
  8. Bake in a preheated 375*F (190C) oven about 1 hour, gently stirring and basting every 20 minutes.
  9. Serve garnished with coriander OR parsley.
  10. Makes 4 servings.


Most Helpful

Everyone loved this. I made 3 pounds of tofu thinking I'd have left over, but it was all eaten. I served this with jasmine rice and roasted broccoli which make a very yumm meal. My DH tossed the rice and tofu together. I think this would be great in wraps or sandwiches too and will try that next time. I loved how the tofu absorbed all the liquid and got nice a brown on the outside. This is a keeper! Thanks for posting.

Ilysse April 21, 2010

i made this tonight for myself and my husband who hates tofu but eats it because he eats whatever i cook. he loved it. he actually told me he could eat that every day. i used more ginger and garlic because i always use more of those two ingredients. it's a hit.

kl3p January 11, 2010

Very yummy. I did like a previous reviewer and made mine into a stir fry, skipping the maple syrup and dry mustard. My toddler inhaled the tofu. Great combination of flavors and a quick dinner. Yum. Thanks.

dicentra April 27, 2008

Join the Conversation

  • all
  • reviews
  • tweaks
  • q & a