Recently, I realized I don’t really care for bagels as much as I love the “Everything” seasoning. Trader Joe’s, for example, sells an “Everything but the Bagel sesame seasoning blend. Admittedly, I use it often on potatoes, and vegetables, but I never considered making “Everything” Tofu. Instead of marinating my tofu, I simply pressed and seasoned it with “Everything” seasoning, and it was a game changer.
Typically, I food prep on Sundays. Usually, I make some type of tofu to use in a recipe I plan to make during the week. This week, I decided to try “Everything” tofu, and I was thrilled with the results.
First, it is important to correctly drain the tofu prior to baking it. If you follow the directions in the link attached, you can successfully press Tofu without ending up with soggy tofu The Perfect Pressed Tofu for Grilling, Baking, or Cooking in a Skillet. Although I chose to bake this tofu, you can also grill it with the same result.
Once the tofu is pressed, all you need to do is apply the “Everything” seasoning to both sides of the wet tofu. Although you can use any baking sheet, my Copper Chef Crisper Pan the best choice for baking tofu.
“Everything” Tofu tastes great in a sandwich, on a salad, or served with rice and vegetables. So, if you are looking for a simple, tasty tofu without committing to a sauce, this is the tofu for you.Print
Easy to make and versatile on just about any dish, “Everything” Tofu is just too tasty to pass up.
- 1 package sprouted extra firm tofu or extra firm tofu
- Trader Joe’s Everything but the Bagel Sesame Seasoning Blend or similar brand
- Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees
- Using a tofu press, follow these easy directions The Perfect Pressed Tofu for Grilling, Baking, or Cooking in a Skillet
- Cut the tofu into 1/2 inch slices
- Season both sides of the tofu
- Place tofu on a crisper pan or baking sheet lined with a silicone mat or parchment paper
- Bake for 30 minutes on one side
- Gently turn tofu over, and bake the other side for another 30 minutes
- You can eat it hot, or cold. Slice it, dice it, or eat it with a fork.