Learn to cook baked tofu with a delicious spicy peanut sauce that’s totally plant-based! Watch the video for this easy vegan recipe and ingredients.
Cruciferous veggies, like broccoli, contain a powerful phytonutrient, called sulforaphane, that has been shown in research studies to prevent certain types of cancer and protect your heart from damage. Studies also show that when organic soy products, like tofu and tempeh, replace meat products on your plate, your risk of heart disease and cancer may decrease. Enjoy this cancer-fighting, heart friendly dish that is so tasty, it’s restaurant-worthy! Tip: Since cooking broccoli can destroy compounds that make sulforaphane effective, sprinkle a little raw broccoli on top of this dish, which will help to reactivate those healing compounds.
0:00 – Intro
1:20 – What Is Tofu?
2:37 – How to Press Tofu
4:07 – Baked Tofu Recipe & Ingredients
6:40 – Air-Fryer Tofu
7:45 – Spicy Peanut Sauce Recipe & Ingredients
11:51 – Oil-Free Sautéed Vegetables
15:42 – How to Streamline Recipes
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