Prep 20 mins
Cook 15 mins
This dish makes and excellent Appetizer, Snack or Main Dish. It's also a great introduction into the vegan world, if you want to convert kids or meat-eaters to a healthier lifestyle. They taste great with sauces & dips or by themselves. You need to make a lot though. When I make them, they only last for a few minutes. You might want to double or triple this batch.
- Pre-heat oven to 450 degrees.
- Coat 1 cookie sheet with non-stick spray.
- Get a wide shallow microwavable bowl and put the soy sauce, cornstarch, vinegar & water in it and whisk it until it's smooth.
- Place it in the microwave for 2-3 minutes and then whisk it again. It should be a sauce like consistency, not too thick, not too thin.
- Now get another wide shallow bowl and put the panko crumbs, garlic granules, poultry seasoning & sea salt in it.
- Drain the packages of tofu and cut into strips the size and length of a finger. There should be 8 strips to a package of tofu.
- Use the Wet Hand-Dry Hand method of soaking the tofu strips into the wet mixture of soy sauce and corn starch with your wet hand, then placing them one or two at a time into the crumbs and coating them with your dry hand.
- Place the strips onto the cookie sheet and place them in the oven.
- Cook for approximately 10 to 15 minutes and then turn the oven heat off and let them sit in there to dry out and stiffen up to your likeness.
- Cut these strips in half if you'd like to make more of them. Serve and enjoy!
How can you use poultry seasoning in a vegan recipe?
These are nice - I wanted something different to do with tofu. I like the crisp breading. Even DH liked them. I only made one package of tofu, so I cut the recipe down. I did run out of bread crumbs - maybe I didn't measure right. Thanks for posting!
Surprisingly enough, I didn't really like these. I'm not going to give them any stars this time and try to tinker with the recipe. I think the biggest thing is that I should have frozen and thawed the tofu first. I thought the poultry seasoning was overpowering, too. I think next time I'll skip the cornstarch and just marinade the thawed tofu in the broth.