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barbecued-eggplant-tofu recipe

Date: Thu, 03 Apr 1997 07:51:33
From: "Michael M. Rosenblatt" (podtrst@isomedia.com)

Barbecued-baked  Eggplant/Tofu

This is a very easy recipe to prepare. It is rather loaded with sugar,
but can be cut down if you use your own barbecue sauce: ( A good
BBS is ketchup, brown sugar, vinegar and soy sauce mixed to your own
taste--you can add pepper, horseradish, hot peppers if you like it
hot). Another way to cut it down = is to slightly water down the
sauce. We use Kraft Honey flavored BBS, which has no fat but is
loaded with sugar.


1 Package Soy Deli Firm Tofu
1/2 Fresh Eggplant, sliced transversely
in 1/2 inch segments
1 sliced fresh onion
1 sliced fresh tomato
Several cloves garlic
Sprinkle with lots of paprika
and/or pepper to taste


Use a non-stick large flat pan, preferably with sides to keep from
oozing off the ends. We use a double thickness non-stick pan that
really doesn't burn on the bottom. It never needs spraying with

Spread out eggplant and tofu, cover with onion, tomatoes and garlic
cloves. Spread barbecue sauce over all this, then dust with
paprika and pepper and bake at no more than 325 degrees for about
one hour. Be careful not to use a too hot oven or you'll just burn
the sauce and ruin it. Serve all mixed-up in a dish. Mashed potatoes
go well with this. This is a very easy recipe to make, even though
it takes about an hour in the oven. You can start this when you get
home from work and by the time you have tended the kids, gotten into
your bathrobe, it's done. The trick is to bake it very slowly.

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