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  1. Thank you for the tips on how to properly work with tofu! Somehow mine never tastes as good as I think it should… I am SO excited to try this recipe!

  2. I love buddha bowls and this one looks so amazing! I’m not vegan or vegetarian but I actually like tofu! This dish is right up my alley!

  3. Great timing! I was looking for new ways to enjoy tofu and I think I am not using tofu enough in my weekly food habits and my cooking. I love the ingredients you used for your marination and it;’s a healthier meal so I don’t need to feel guilty 😉

  4. Well, you answered my question. I’ve often wondered why it was called a Buddha bowl — now I know. I really like the idea of browning the tofu first. I bet it adds a lot to the texture. It certainly is a nutritious looking meal.

  5. I just had someone ask me for a good tofu recipe yesterday! Will definitely have to pass this one along. Love the flavors in the marinade and sauce; I would definitely welcome this Buddha Bowl after a workout!

  6. This looks absolutely fabulous!! I love tofu and don’t usually make glazed tofu but yours looks so good, I want to try it asap! And of course, plopping it on a Buddha bowl. . . Perfect!!! Beautiful and delicious!!

  7. Hi, this looks great. I’m looking for recipes to serve a visiting family member and I’m so glad I stumbled on this recipe because unfortunately I’m not well versed in making recipes with tofu. Glad to have one to try that looks amazing.

    • Thank you and you are welcome! Let me know how it turned out for you. The key is keeping it dry ans a good marinate ?

  8. Buddha bowls are always a treat for me. Everything piled into one hearty, steaming dish.. everything in it’s own spot, but deliciously harmonious! Beautiful photos.

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