Really good, more flavorful than expected. Will definitely be on my stir fry go to list.
My family generally groans when they hear the word "tofu" but this was pretty good. Way too much flour/corn starch. I would do 1/4 cup of each instead of 1/2 cup. I tried coating the tofu with a ziplock - shake-n-bake style - and it didn't get enough excess off. So the tofu came out a bit gummy. Also, not enough steam time on the veggies - need 10 minutes. I did toss half the sauce in the pan with the seared tofu and then used the other half poured over the veggies. Steamed brown rice completed the meal. Will make again for sure.
I made the tofu differently. After pressing all of the excess moisture out, I cut it into cubes and pan fried it in a hot wok until it was brown on all sides. Delicious and allowed me to skip the flour and corn starch. Yummy flavors!
My 1st attempt to prepare a tofu dish at home & enjoyed! Excellent flavor. I halved the recipe since I suspected (correctly) I'd be the only one eating it which made it even easier & faster to prepare. Had for dinner then took the rest to work for lunch the next day; good as leftovers also.
Wow! I'm gonna cook this again! It's flavorful and has just the right amount of heat. Next time, I'll just use a regular head of bok choy, and, when everything is cooked at the end, I think I'll toss the broccoli and bok choy into the frying pan with the onions, tofu and peanuts, add the sauce and toss everything together. Yummers!
Very good & I'll make it again. But I will buy the $5.58 bottle of sweet chili sauce as the it was a little too hot for me mixing regular chili sauce with honey put great idea in a pinch. 1/2 c flour & 1/2 c cornstarch was overkill and will cut that down to 1/4 c of each next time. 2 Tbs of sesame seeds also was too much, 2 tsp is plenty.
I make a number of tofu dishes so I was super excited to try this recipe, but the sauce was a bit odd. Kind of bitter with a weird aftertaste? My family found it overwhelmed the other flavors. May try it again but omit the rice vinegar.
I have to admit first off that I made this recipe a little differently due to what I had on hand. I used chicken instead of tofu, Sambal Oelek chili paste mixed with honey instead of sweet chili sauce, and twice the amount of broccoli since I had no bok choy! The result was an awesome dish that my family loved and that we will make again and again. Lots of fresh flavor! Just great!