Tofu A La King

I am guessing this recipe is based on Chicken A La King? I’ve never had that, so I don’t know. I didn’t love this recipe. 😦 It was very bland to me, and I tried to doctor it up, but just couldn’t get it to have any flavor. But I DID learn something else about my husband with this…he doesn’t really care for bell peppers! And me, on the other hand, I am loving them more and more. Go figure. I thought I had frozen peas on hand, but didn’t, so I used edamame instead. I served this over toast.

rating: 5

Tofu A La King

In a nonstick skillet, spray olive oil spray and saute 1/2 diced onion, 1 chopped green pepper, 4 cups sliced white mushrooms till tender.
Stir in 4 tbsp whole wheat pastry flour and cook for a few minutes.
Gradually add about 3 cups nondairy milk and cook until thickened.   (Points are for 3 cups unsweetened almond milk; you may use less milk for a consistency to your liking.)
Add 14 oz extra firm cubed tofu, 1/2 cup frozen peas, sea salt and pepper, paprika to taste.  Cook till heated through.
Serving suggestion:  Serve over toast, rice, or baked potato.

4 servings.  Weight Watchers PointsPlus value:  4

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1 Response to Tofu A La King

  1. Anthony says:

    You cannot make your tofu to have a taste? I can show you one way to do so. You can put your tofu into your fridge, then you pick them out and set them aside. Later you will find there are small holes on the tofu, those small holes can store your sauce when you cook them. Hope this helps.
    Besides, if you are interested to make your own tofu at home, you can try this recipe.
    Check it out!

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