Tofu Teriyaki

Tofu is a marvelous ingredient, despite its reputation for being a bland ingredient. Sure, on its own, tofu is flavorless, but its secret weapon is how it blends well with other elements, soaking up flavors from whatever environment surrounds it.

This recipe demonstrates how tofu can be transformed into a delicious, umami-rich dish. Marinating the tofu for a minimum of 30 minutes allows flavors to soak right into the tofu. The sautéing is executed in a dry pan to caramelize the exterior sugars and create flavor and texture…without adding unnecessary fat to the tofu. Finally, the remaining marinade is reduced

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