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Tofu Parmigiana

March/April 2008

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Instead of having a greasy, battered coating, the tofu “steaks” in our revamped Parmigiana are breaded and lightly pan-fried in just a small amount of oil then topped with part-skim mozzarella, fresh basil and your favorite marinara sauce. This Italian classic will please even those who are tofu-phobic.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I made this with daiya (vegan) cheese and it was delish. Served it with a little angel hair and a spinach salad. "
Tofu Parmigiana Recipe

32 Reviews for Tofu Parmigiana

02/24/2011
Yum!

This was very tasty. I used Italian-flavored baked tofu. Warning: leftovers are gross.

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02/10/2011
Delicious!

This is easily one of my favorite EatingWell tofu recipes. It's a really nice diversion from the standard tofu and veggie stir-fries. Lots of flavor and very filling. Even my husband (who is not a huge fan of tofu) thought it was great. We will definitely be making this again!

Great flavors, quick
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02/04/2011
Tofu-tastic

Delicious, quick and easy! What more could you ask for?

I didn't have any Italian herbs pre-packed, so used Oregano, Basil and Rosemary. I also used much more than the recommended amount of the herbs, which made the tofu very tasty.

I added some salt and pepper, as well as the herbs to the mushroom and onions, to bring the flavours all the way through.

I didn't have any mozzarella, so instead used low-fat grated cheese.

As someone who is new to Tofu, I think I can quite easily say this is the dish to convert Tofu nay-sayer's. Will definitely make this again!

Delicious, quick and easy.
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01/17/2011
Excellent!

I pressed my tofu for a few hours for a meatier, firmer texture. Also used soy cheese and served over whole wheat pasta and a side salad. A keeper!

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10/25/2010
Anonymous

I made this with daiya (vegan) cheese and it was delish. Served it with a little angel hair and a spinach salad.

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