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January 27, 2008


Gemma, this tofu looks fantastic! I know what I'm picking up on my grocery run this afternoon!

This tofu not only sounds , but looks delicious! I grew up eating tofu and am so sad tofu doesn't get mentioned on more blog recipes. Your technique brings out a delicious looking crust, which makes all the difference. The can already taste the flavors too. Thanks for this recipe.

Sarah often makes something that looks very similar to these. They are indeed delicious and they also make for great snacks even a couple of days later.

Oh, I love this recipe. I used to make marinated baked tofu all the time at a deli I worked at, and I loved it all on its own. I need to make some soon . . . gorgeous photo, too. Yum.

I just found the link to your recipe on One Hot Stove, and had to check it out because I just posted a recipe for baked tofu today. Love the sound of your recipe, garlic and ginger sound great with this.

hello,your recipes are so cool,I hope it taste the way it looks I am a chinese food amateur and like cooking the dish myself,I'll try it,I hope I could cook this dish as yours,thanks for sharing again.

Thanks everyone! It is a great everyday recipe to have on hand when adding tofu to any dish.

Making these for my vegetarian sister on Christmas day. Thanks for the recipe.

Thanks for visiting, Sandy.

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