As versatile as it easy nutritious and simple! Great to eat on its own, as a pizza topping, or in a burrito when hot, and can be cooled for sandwiches, so this is really convenient to make for just 1 or 2 people and have leftover to use for sandwiches (cheaper than storebought faux-meat products.) For added convenience, you can marinate ahead of time if you want. This is open for adding any kinds of herbs and spices you like but you just can't go wrong with the simplicity of salt and pepper, plus I think the olive oil and soy sauce give a simply pleasant flavor. Can also use tamari or Braggs instead of soy sauce, the latter is just what I always have on hand. Some nutritional yeast would also add vitamins and a pleasant cheezy flavor. If nuked right, I can get about 8-9 nice thick "cutlets" :) Prep and cook times are estimated but relative to other cooked tofu recipes it is quick and easy.