It’s been a really, really long time since I’ve posted and I’m very sorry!
Times have been pretty busy around Megan’s Island and we have been eating our special ingredients, although sometimes not as many featured meals as we had hoped. So, without further ado, here is our first and only tofu meal of the week. (Not to worry, Brandon was out of town, so I ate this meal for lunch over the entire week.)
Brandon claims that my fried tofu is the best he’s ever had, which is quite the compliment. The key is patience — and lots of garlic salt and olive oil. Pan fry over medium/medium-high heat, stirring regularly until they get a slightly firm fried shell. I’d say it takes about 20-30 minutes total. When the tofu is to your desired crispiness, pour it out over a paper towel-covered plate and let the tofu cool and extra oil drain.
I added some sauces and veggies and ended up with this deliciousness: