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sticky tofu – a simple recipe to make the tofu tasty. You do not like tofu, then give this glazed (sticky) tofu a try. The vegan tofu is quickly prepared and versatile with various sauces, whether sweet sour or a tangy soy sauce. Make this vegan sticky tofu for your next Asian meal.
vegan | vegetarian | egg-free | nutfree | oil-free
How do I get the glazed tofu so sticky / sticky?
You do not really need much and it’s super easy. What is important is that you first wrap it with a “dough” and then fry it or bake it in the oven before adding it to the sauce. With the help of the firm outer layer of the tofu it does not decay and you have the perfect basis for a sticky glazed tofu. My children love it and we make it pretty often.
What can I use instead of the tofu for a sticky tofu?
If you try not to consume soy, whether for health or other reasons, then I have an alternative for you here without giving up the stickiness. Here comes the cauliflower into play. Cauliflower is simply a perfect substitute for tofu. We also prepare this glazed tofu with cauliflower. Glazed cauliflower tastes heavenly. You prepare it just like the tofu. However, instead of squeezing the tofu, put it in water for a short time so that the cornstarch sticks to it. And again, make sure that the cornstarch is just hanging on the cauliflower. And then you continue with aquafaba and flour. Which sauces do you love with sticky tofu?
What makes this sticky tofu sp special?
- delicious and tastes like from a asian restaurant
- quickly cooked
- a comfort food
What else could I like, when I like this sticky tofu?
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