2 tbsprice vinegar ( lime, lemon, white vinegar, apple cider vinegar – options)
2-3tbspgranulated sugar(I use brown sugar)
Prepare tofu, make sure to thaw and remove excess water before frying. Set aside
Prepare vegetables cut into diced red bell pepper. Chop garlic and onion.
Prepare pineapple chunks and set aside 1 tbsp of the liquid.
Make the sauce. Mix all the sauce ingredients and set aside.
Using the same pot or pan, add garlic and onion fry until they get slightly brown.
Add the fried tofu and mix well.
Add red bell peppers and cook for about two minutes.
Pour sweet and sour sauce mix well and let it simmer for a few minutes.
Add pineapple chunks and the pineapple juice. Mix carefully, avoiding crushing the pineapple chunks. Let it simmer for 2-3 minutes to absorb all the flavors.
Add a pinch of pepper.
Let it cook for another minute before serving.
Serve while it’s hot.
Not a fan of tofu, try this recipe with cauliflowers just make sure to coat the cauliflowers with cornstarch to achieve a crispy finish.
You can use dark soy sauce, light soy sauce, or tamari sauce.
Garnishing with sesame seeds is optional.
This sweet and sour pineapple tofu recipe can yield up to 6 servings with 173 calories per serving. Total Fat 8.9g | Saturated Fat 1.5g | Cholesterol 0mg | Sodium 141mg | Total Carbohydrate 16.7g | Dietary Fiber 2.4g | Total Sugars 11.6g | Protein 9.1g | Vitamin D 0mcg | Calcium 221mg | Iron 2mg | Potassium 297mgNutrition calculation is based on using an online calculator (verywellfit) and for reference use only.
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