I made a delicious creation last night:
Almond Soy Sauce Baked Tofu!
I bought some tofu the other day (extra firm because I’m way too lazy to press it… straight from package to oven is key):
And wanted to do some sort of fun Thai nutty sauce marinade. All the recipes I found online for peanut sauce had a billion ingredients, so I made my own simple version instead The star:
Easy Almond Soy Sauce Baked Tofu
- 1 tsp. almond butter (smooth)
- 1 tsp. low sodium soy sauce
- 1/4 tsp. water
- 2 servings of extra firm tofu
Preheat oven to 350. Mix first three ingredients in a bowl until mostly uniform, then spread on top of tofu. (I made the whole package — about 4 to 5 servings — two of the slices were topped with BBQ sauce just in case this recipe was a fail!)
Pop it in the oven for 30 minutes. That’s it! Delish and super easy The marinade came out awesome — I actually liked it even better than the BBQ sauce!
Loved the flavor. Yum! Give it a try
In other news, my half marathon race photos are online! There were actually a ton of them! We’ll start with one I have affectionately named “Hot Sunny No Shade Hilly Bridge of Death”:
Followed By: “I Have No Idea Why I’m Doing This To Myself or What I’m Doing With My Hands”:
At least I smiled and waved for this camera (even though my neck seems to have disappeared in the process):
And I look really hardcore and possibly awesome in these (or maybe just like I’m about to cry):
And then, of course… happy, happy day — THE FINISH!
Seriously, I’ve NEVER been so happy to see a finish line and I LOVE those finish photos! I’m actually kind of tempted to shell out the billion dollars for one of them just because I’m so proud of myself for finishing this in such extreme heat. Plus it kind of looks like I’m skipping/flying through the finish line 😉 What do you think? Have you ever purchased an official race photo?