photo 3Sometimes lunch sneaks up on me, and the fridge is looking lonely, and I have no idea what to munch on. Call in my emergency lunch staple, The Easiest Seared Tofu Ever. I cook this up in 10 minutes, throw it on some greens or cooked grains and BAM! Lunch is on. This recipe so extremely easy, I can barely even call it a recipe, but here it is, for you. You’re welcome.

  • 2 tsp sesame oil
  • 1 tbsp soy sauce or Tamari
  • 2 tbsp nutritional yeast
  • 1 splash of your favorite hot sauce (optional)

Ingredients
Place half of the sesame oil, soy sauce, nooch and hot sauce in a shallow dish, and mix into a paste. The nooch should make the mixture quite thick. Dredge tofu in the mixture so it’s coated on both sides. If you have time, let the tofu sit in mixture for 10 – 15 minutes.

Heat remaining oil (1 tsp) in a pan over medium-high. Once hot, sear tofu, 1 -2 minutes per side. The nooch paste will turn into something like a light breading, and crisp up all nice and brown.

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Sometimes lunch sneaks up on me, and the fridge is looking lonely, and I have no idea what to munch on. Call in my emergency lunch staple, The Easiest Seared Tofu Ever. I cook this up in 10 minutes, throw it on some greens or cooked grains and BAM! Lunch is on. This recipe so extremely easy, I can barely even call it a recipe, but here it is, for you. You’re welcome.

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You’re laying in bed and your phone goes off – you have a text, and as you see that name pop up on the screen, your stomach does a little belly flop and your heart starts beating like you just popped an adderall. You send a response, smiling. Then you glance nervously at your partner, sleeping next to you in the bed. Ouch.

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