Coconut Tofu with Sweet & Sour Thai Chili Dipping Sauce with Peanuts

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For your holiday party, I have a recipe that will dazzle your guests: soft tofu covered in shredded coconut and paired with a sweet and sour Thai chili dipping sauce with peanuts.

This is a gluten-free and vegetarian recipe. An egg-substitute can be used to make it a vegan recipe too!

INGREDIENTS:
• Soft Tofu (2 cakes)
• Dried Shredded Coconut (1 bag)
• Eggs (4 beaten)
• All Purpose Flour or Gluten Free Flour
• Salt
• High Temperature Vegetable Oil like Canola or Safflower or Sunflower

FOR SAUCE:
• Light Brown Sugar or White Sugar (1 cup)
• White Vinegar (1 cup)
• Salt (1/2 teaspoon)
• Red Hot Chili Pepper (1)
• Peanuts

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Lindsey Shaffer says:

This doesnt have to be a Holiday dish thoe,.. lol This is good to make any time of the year lol

Prathiba Ramesh says:

Can u please show without egg for vegetarians

Elizabeth Shaw says:

this looks delicious for supper with some side vegetables.

A'Lizzabeth Barrett says:

This would be way better without the egg

LagiNaLangAko23 says:

Now I'm hungry

Luna Quel says:

I love tofu as well…well done

Adriana Hernandez says:

Going to try it soon, looks delicious! !! Thanks for that awesome videos! !!

Fabienne Morancy says:

Can I use sea weed instead of coconut

Working Class Socialist says:

Your accuracy with the knife makes me depressed…wish I was that good! Christmases in my household are usually Scandinavian in nature (Smorgasbord and such) but I really would love to add some Asian flavors into the mix… especially considering how my partner is Chinese and next year will be our first Christmas together in the same country! Hmmm…and how you "bread" the tofu…again I am envious…I am USELESS at breading. I tried to make German snitchel and all I ended up doing was making a mess – which annoyed my German sister-in-law (she couldn't care less that I am disabled, ah well). Anyway, this looks delicious and easy enough to make! (by the way…who is your cameraman/woman? :o)

DevilMaskMedia says:

Good golly, that looks yummy.      : )

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