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Greg and Les show how to make Party Vegetarian Tofu Skewers for Super Bowl
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Gregory Dumorne: Okay, welcome back. I am Greg.
Les Saurey: I am Les.
Gregory Dumorne: At this point, we are going to do our vegetarian option. Everybody's favorite Tofu. Now to do this recipe make sure you get that extra firm because we get the one as too soft it’s going to be kind of rough. As you see we kind start to prepare a little bit for you. This is just pretty must basically, any kind of vegetable you want to get; we are using the stir-fry type of vegetables, which is carrots, broccoli to go along with the Tofu. So, it’s just Tofu, vegetable kind of stick it slightly, put it right there. What I did is, actually I took some Hoisin sauce, a red hot Hoisin sauce you can get at any kind of grocery store that has the Chinese section. I kind of cut it with some barbecue sauce because Hoisin sauce is a kind of little bit dark and it is basically a bit messy, just brush it on. Don't be stingy with it. Vegetarians always love their food to still taste like the rest of the food. So, you can't treat your vegetarians bad. They will never come back to your party again.
Les Saurey: That is not a real super bowl party.
Gregory Dumorne: And that’s not for the real deal super bowl party. Once you get the sauce on it, my partner in crime Les here is going to stick it in oven. The Tofu is already done, so pretty much you just want to just brown it so stick it in oven at 350 maybe 15 minutes. So, now after about 10 minutes you just pretty much enlighten with Tofu brown up and we go to plate it. (Inaudible) and there you go. Real deal Tofu skewers with barbecue sauce and Hoisin. Thank you for joining us today. More recipes at.
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