This was fantastic with a minor tweak. First time I made it exactly to recipe (except I drained the tofu longer), and it was good, but seemed to be lacking something. I just made it again and added about a teaspoon of honey. Perfect!
annahovna Posted: 04/04/09
lknoll10 Posted: 06/12/09
these were so easy to make and AMAZING! very healthy and full of protein so your full for hours after a small portion. definitely recommended.
melissainboise Posted: 08/01/10
I made this for a party and it was popular. I doubled the amount of sauce, added some honey to it, and cooked it down to make more of a glaze -- I still think it could have had more sauce as the best pieces were those at the bottom of the bowl. It can definitely be made a day ahead -- perhaps if it marinaded overnight (after being fried) it would get more of the flavor from the sauce. Another thought would be to serve it with a dipping sauce. It was good, but I thought frying it was a lot of work, which might deter me from doing it again.
indiegirl Posted: 12/19/11
These are super easy to make and so delicious! We found them tasty after just 1 hour of marinating. The next day, they were equally good, but I prefer them a little warmed up. I used Brag's Liquid Aminos instead of soy sauce.
kallen18 Posted: 12/31/11
Delicious!! I added about a teaspoon of hot oil and lessened the amount of vegetable oil accordingly. This is a very simple recipe with a very tasty outcome! Will definitely make again!
TriKali Posted: 01/11/12
Very quick and easy. Tasted better warm then cold, I thought.
Rockin123 Posted: 01/28/12
I like tofu and eat it a lot. However, I found this recipe to be just OK. It would not be one I would use to convert kids or those that are tofu-hesitant.
gchang55 Posted: 05/22/12
healthy, simple, easy to make. used pam instead of vegetable oil. also added a little chili to give it a little more kick.