Monday, June 24, 2013

Slow Cooker Vegan Chinese Barbecued Tofu and Vegetables from Fat Free Vegan Kitchen

Slow Cooker Chinese Barbecued Tofu and Vegetables
Here's another good idea for tofu cooked in the slow cooker!  (Photo from Fat Free Vegan Kitchen.)

On a day when she needed the convenience of a slow cooker but it was too hot for traditional soups or stew, Susan from Fat Free Vegan Kitchen came up with this delicious-sounding recipe for Vegan Chinese Barbecued Tofu and Vegetables.  The browned tofu cooks for several hours in a flavorful sauce and then the veggies are added for the last hour so they're still crisp when you eat this over rice.  Sounds like a tasty and easy idea for a Slow Cooker Summer Dinner that's perfect for Meatless Monday!

I hope you enjoy trying this from-scratch slow cooker recipe! Use this link to get the recipe for Vegan Chinese Barbecued Tofu and Vegetables from Fat Free Vegan Kitchen.

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More Ideas with Meatless Dishes in the Slow Cooker:
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Punjabi Eggplant with Potatoes from The Perfect Pantry
Honey and Orange Tofu with Broccoli from A Year of Slow Cooking
Thai Salad with Tofu Slow Cooked in Pineapple Barbecue Sauce from Fat Free Vegan Kitchen  

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2 comments:

  1. I have yet to try tofu in the slow cooker, so I'm glad to have a recipe that gives me some guidelines.

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  2. Lydia, me either, but I am intrigued by it!

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