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Wow! This might be my new favorite fast food - it's really easy and quick to make, and incredibly tasty too! I found this recipe on the blog "What the Hell Does a Vegan Eat Anyway" (http://veganmenu.blogspot.com/).
"My wife and I enjoyed this. I didn't have soy sauce so I made my own marinade with balsamic, molasses, and liquid smoke. I would also argue that they are best left to sit and dry for 15min on paper towels before serving. They won't be hot, but they will have a nice crisp. I finished it off by sprinkling paprika on the top just before serving."- ddaneau
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Cut the tofu into 8 rectangular cutlets, and then cut diagonally into long triangles. Marinate the tofu in the tamari for 5 minutes.
Combine the flour, paprika, salt, and pepper, and mix well.
Coat the tofu cutlets in the flour mixture.
In a cast-iron skillet (or other heavy-bottomed skillet) heat the oil over high heat. Add the coated tofu pieces gently into the oil and fry until well-browned on both sides (about 3-4 minutes per side). Drain, and serve immediately.
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lilbunnyfifi 11 month ago
Harryshash 1 year agoMmm... Nice. Similar to a southern fried chicken my family makes
IvySue 1 year agoThis recipe is a good way to throw in some protein with a veggie dish. Tasty, easy and versatile.
Reindeer1 2 years agoVery easy and tasty! I've never cooked tofu before, and only eaten it about three times, and this was far and away the best I've had yet. I added a little cayanne pepper and used non-smoked paprika, and it came out tasting a lot like a spicy French fry, really
Paladin 2 years agoBleh... What is that picture is supposed to be about? It sure doesn't look like tofu cutlets...
Crickard82 3 years agoWonderful!! My favorite way to make tofu and it's quick and easy.
Tweak10 3 years agoIt was good. A little bland for my tastes, so I added chili powder and used chipotle tabasco sauce to added the smokey flavor since I didn't have smoked paprika. It was pretty good, but still needed more for me.
Veggieburgerqueen 3 years agoQuick, easy, and delicious :)
ddaneau 4 years agoMy wife and I enjoyed this. I didn't have soy sauce so I made my own marinade with balsamic, molasses, and liquid smoke. I would also argue that they are best left to sit and dry for 15min on paper towels before serving. They won't be hot, but they will have a nice crisp. I finished it off by sprinkling paprika on the top just before serving.
mrsdazy 4 years agojust ok.
poohntigger 6 years ago
lizmari 6 years ago[I posted this recipe.]