Moosewood’s Easy Baked Tofu Over Japanese Noodles

This is an easy and delicious dish from The Moosewood Restaurant Cooking for Health.The baked tofu (p. 177) is just tofu tossed with equal amounts of ketchup, soy sauce, and sesame oil, roasted at 400 degrees for about a half hour or so. The cookbook give the option of serving the baked tofu with the Japanese Noodles with Tomatoes (p. 230). The noodle recipe calls for tossing pasta with scallions, chopped tomato, sesame oil and soy sauce (in equal amounts), plus a little olive oil.

It can be served warm or cold. A good lunchbox dish.

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4 Responses to “Moosewood’s Easy Baked Tofu Over Japanese Noodles”

  1. zoomyummy Says:

    Mmmm, that looks yummy. I love dishes like this one. During my vegetarian years I’ve eaten loads and loads of tofu. I still love it.🙂 Petra

  2. tinako Says:

    I want to try! I loved the baked tofu at the supermarket buffet. Thanks for sharing.

    • pragmaticattic Says:

      Thanks Tinako. It is so easy and so good. I love anything tofu that doesn’t involve frying!

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