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Elvis Fried Tofu

Posted by Solitary Dancer on May 14, 2008

This is yummy. I have made this and will make it again and again and again.

Fried Tofu at “What The Hell Does A Vegan Eat Anyway”

The recipe is very simple. I mean, if I can make it anyone can. I am a complete novice at all of this and I was very happy with the ease of this recipe. I used firm tofu and I pressed it very well. I also added a sprinkling of Cayenne Pepper. After that, it was easy-peasy! Here’s how it turned out. Remember I have ugly dishes and I am not a good food photographer. But, you have to believe me when I say that this is YUMMY!

Fried Tofu


Here’s the recipe:

Elvis Fried Tofu


1 package Firm tofu
1/4 cup Tamari soy sauce
3/4 cup All purpose flour  (Use Carbalose Flour and add some Nutritional Yeast to it)
1 1/2 teaspoons Smoked paprika (if you have it; if not, regular will do)
1 1/2 teaspoons Salt
1/4 teaspoon Black pepper
1/4 cup Oil (for frying)


Cut the tofu into 8 rectangular cutlets, and then cut diagonally into long triangles. Marinate the tofu in the tamari for 5 minutes.

Combine the flour, paprika, salt, and pepper, and mix well.

Coat the tofu cutlets in the flour mixture.

In a cast-iron skillet (or other heavy-bottomed skillet) heat the oil over high heat. Add the coated tofu pieces gently into the oil and fry until well-browned on both sides (about 3-4 minutes per side). Drain, and serve immediately.


NOTE: This blog will be changing. I have changed but have been keeping this blog for those of you who find it useful. However, my heart cannot continue to post these recipes. No, this blog will not go away and I will explain more in a few days. It’s a matter of heart and I must follow.


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