Oh, this was not what I expected it to be, but it was still quite tasty. I was pleased. The vinegar made it tart, and the cornstarch thickened the sauce up a bit. I might try this with teriyaki sauce too. I liked the effect the browning had on the texture of the tofu. If you want to brown this on all sides, just make sure you cut it up evenly which is what I did. I've always loved tofu myself:D Thanks for this terrific recipe JJ!
Delicious! Easy to prepare! I've made this twice since I discovered this recipe. I did substitute teriyaki for the soy, since I like a bit of sweet in the sauce. Just all around fantastic! Thanks for putting the recipe out there! Love it, Love it, Love it.
I've only ever had tofu once and i absolutely hated it! I thought i would give this a try on the basis of "If I force myself to eat enough of it I'll like it eventually" This was absolutely divine! i was a bit concerned when i took the tofu out of the packet and had to take a deep breath before i tried it butg yum, yum, yum even the carnivore other half liked it! I served this with Lemon noodles (#9993)mmmm...
We really enjoyed this. I made the sauce as described and did the initial cooking of the tofu as stated. Then I sliced it into 7 logs and then cut again so it was blocks. I added a bit of sesame oil to the pan and fried the chunks up a bit (I like it crispy on the outside on all sides). This sauce is lovely. Tangy and zippy. It did not convert my 6 year old tofu hater, but he ate one whole piece without too much fuss. My 4 year old and I (the family tofu lovers) really enjoyed it. Dh is on the fence about tofu, but he had two servings so I count that as a win. I served this with ginger rice (from a box) and some cut up cantaloupe. Good dinner. Thanks!