Simple, easy, and tasty! I first sautÃ©ed the tofu cubes, to give them some texture, and I added a bit of chile garlic sauce while reducing the sauce, to give it a little kick. I also threw in a wee bit of cornstarch slurry, to thicken the sauce a bit more, at the very end.
YUM!! I made this one night for a girls' game night. As I was making it, a friend suggested I bake it after I cooked it on the stove. So, I did. For 20 minutes at 350. The edges were just a little crisp. And, it was amazing. I ended up sharing my dinner with everyone at the party. I also added red pepper flakes for a little kick. But, I have already made it again it was so good. Thanks, Nolita!
This was good and I'll use the simple recipe for the sauce with other things, too.
Simple, quick and yummy. Doubled the peanut butter and soy sauce, spiced it up a bit with chili paste and a little honey.
Like others, I spiced it up a bit?in my case, a little sriracha and a sprinkling of chopped green onion. Tom H's ideas to saute the tofu first, and thicken the sauce with a bit of corn starch were spot on. Since I was cooking with a full 14 oz package of tofu, I tripled the recipe. Very simple and tasty, will definitely make this again.