Don’t Be Afraid of Tofu: Part 2

In one of my recent posts titled “Don’t be Afraid of Tofu,” I talked about how to cook tofu so that it tastes good and makes a nice addition to sandwiches, salads or appetizer platters. In this post, I will be sharing another method used today, and it turned out AHH-MAZINGGG! 

Here, you can see it is cut the same way, in thin squares. The difference this time is that I placed the pieces on a grill rack. 

I prepared a mixture of barbecue sauce, seasoned salt and rosemary.  Barbecue is one of my favorite flavores for tofu because it makes it into a tasty meat replacement!

Using a barbecue brush, I spread the mixture evenly onto each piece and popped them in the oven at 375 for about 25 minutes. Keep checking on them periodically to see how “crispy” they are getting, and take them out one they have cooked enough. Once they cool (which they will pretty quickly), remove them with a spatula and have them with any dish you’d like or eat them alone as tofu bacon! 

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💙Happy baking!💙


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