Pineapple Tofu Stir-Fry

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At last - a sweet-and-sour dish with a fresh, not cloying, taste. Add a pinch of crushed red pepper, a splash of chile-garlic sauce or a dash of hot sauce to give it a little heat.

"This was amazing! My husband and I loved this and made great leftovers, as well. I do recommend doubling the recipe if you want leftovers or if you want to have seconds available. The sauce is so delicious and just the right amount. We...
Pineapple Tofu Stir-Fry

13 Reviews for Pineapple Tofu Stir-Fry

Good weeknight meal

I used some organic smoked tofu which was great as it had some flavour on its own to start. I also added cashews which I pan roasted after cooking the tofu. I couldn't find rice vinegar so I used white wine vinegar. I found the sauce a bit sweet. You could taste the ketchup. Overall very good but next time I'd probably not bother with the extra sugar. And maybe use a good quality BBQ sauce instead of ketchup. I topped with Jappanese chilli flakes and served with rice.

quick and easy

It was so fresh and delicious, even my hubs was in love with it. I doubled the recipe, added two heads of bok choy and a serrano chili. I sautéed the chili with the garlic/ginger, and added the bok choy stems with the bell pepper, then the greens with the pineapple. Amazing flavor with the added kick!

Easy, fresh, flavorful and filling

I found it a little too sour for my liking, but I would definitely try remaking it with adjusted amounts of sugar and pineapple juice.

Super easy and quick

This was an excellent recipe! The portions really are for two, so if you like a bit extra or leftovers, make sure to double the recipe. My husband and I loved it and it took very little time for such a delicious recipe. I would add more vegetables and some hot sauce, but it definitely stands well on it's own!


I added onions! YUM!


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