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Savory Orange-Roasted Tofu & Asparagus

March/April 2008

Your rating: None Average: 4.1 (92 votes)

If you've never had roasted tofu before, here's a great way to start. Toss tofu and asparagus in a tangy orange- and basil-scented sauce, made rich and savory with miso. Serve with brown rice or couscous and an orange-and-fennel salad.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I could not find red miso and had to use a sesame ginger marinade I had. Turned out yummy. I have made it twice and will make again in the future! "
Savory Orange-Roasted Tofu & Asparagus Recipe

17 Reviews for Savory Orange-Roasted Tofu & Asparagus

10/05/2011
Very good

I really like this recipe, and I've made it several times. Asparagus is really great in it, but I have also made it with broccoli and green beans, whatever is in season will do. I love that it tastes like oranges, I always juice the orange that I zest instead of using store bought OJ. And I do skip the salt. Red miso keeps for a long time, it's a staple in my fridge now so I can whip this up frequently

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12/02/2010

I could not find red miso and had to use a sesame ginger marinade I had. Turned out yummy. I have made it twice and will make again in the future!

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11/20/2010
Anonymous

Simple and pretty yummy!
I made this recipe replacing 1/2 the asparagus with broccoli and leaving out the salt. It wasn't bad! I added extra orange zest but regretted it. Try local produce stores to find miso.

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06/16/2010

Haha! I added extra Orange... mmmm... I also doubled the sauce so I could have it over rice the first time and THIS time i'm making it with broccoli. MMMM I love this dish, the basil rocks!

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06/12/2010
Anonymous

I love the idea of this recipe, but it was way too orangey. I would try it again but reduce the orange zest, orange juice, or both. I might even leave them out. This might be good over brown rice, but it didn't need it.

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