Monday, January 7, 2013

Slow Cooker Honey and Orange Tofu with Broccoli from A Year of Slow Cooking

Slow Cooker Honey and Orange Tofu
Firm tofu and fresh broccoli cooks in the slow cooker with a flavorful sauce.  (Photo from A Year of Slow Cooking.)

Who knew you could cook tofu in the slow cooker?  Certainly not me, but when I read through this recipe for Slow Cooker Honey and Orange Tofu with Broccoli from A Year of Slow Cooking, it all made sense.  Put diced extra firm tofu and cut-up fresh broccoli in the slow cooker and cook on low in a flavorful sauce made from soy sauce, orange juice, honey, and garlic.  Sounds like a perfect easy recipe for Meatless Monday, and Stephanie says she even got the kids to eat it!

I hope you enjoy trying this from-scratch slow cooker recipe! Use this link to get the recipe for Slow Cooker Honey and Orange Tofu with Broccoli from A Year of Slow Cooking.

More Ideas for Meatless Monday in the Slow Cooker:
Baked Potatoes in the Crock Pot from Skinnytaste
Vegan Lentil Soup from Everyday Maven
Vegetable Curry with Coconut Milk from Gluten-Free Goddess
Vegetarian Barley Soup from Chick in the Kitchen
Vegetarian Black Bean and Tomatillo Soup from Kalyn's Kitchen 

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2 comments:

  1. I've never tried tofu in the slow cooker. Thanks for the great idea -- I learn so much from this site.

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  2. Thanks Lydia! I'm definitely going to try this myself with a sauce that is Phase One friendly!

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