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Tofu press – for tasty and crispy tofu

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Tofu is great and versitile, but needs a little pressure to become tasty. Packaged tofu contains a lot of water, and this makes it difficult to change its texture, to infuse any flavorings and to fry your tofu crispy and golden brown. So, you need to press it.

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Tofu is great and versitile, but needs a little pressure to become tasty. Packaged tofu contains a lot of water, and this makes it difficult to change its texture, to infuse any flavorings and to fry your tofu crispy and golden brown. So, you need to press it. Once you’ve got this press, all you need are a few go-to marinade recipes and a frying pan or deep fryer to masterfully prepare this meatless source of protein.

Why you need to press your tofu

✅ Less water means more flavor
✅ Less water means more room for marinating
✅ Less water means better browning
✅ Less water means more crispyness

There’s no doubt about it. If you want tasty tofu, you need to press it.

Our tofu press is the best way to press you tofu, here’s why

Sure, you can press tofu between two cutting board, with something heavy on top. Seriously though, have you actually tried it?
Really, you want to use a tofu press. Why?

✅ It works neatly and full automatic
✅ No need to build a press yourself (those dangerously towering cans and pans…)
✅ Takes up less space
✅ No more moisture dripping all over your countertop or floor
✅ No need to change those wet paper towels all the time
✅ It’s diswasher safe
✅ It can be done in the fridge, lower the risk of spoilage
✅ When people ask you what it is you can tell them it’s a tofu press and watch their envy.

How to make the crispiest tofu

  1. Press your tofu for a few hours, or a full night in the tofu press. Preferrably in the fridge.
  2. Pad the last remaining moisture on the outside of your tofu block with a paper towel
  3. Cut into cubes, strips or whatever you want
  4. Dust with cornstarch, potatoestarch or riceflower, with some added salt (and some spices)
  5. Deep fry at 190 degrees for 4 minutes
  6. Eat them straight away. So cripsy!

What’s in the box

  • 1 tofu press
  • 1 instruction leaflet

Tip

Combine with a tofu coagulant and cheesecloth and you can use this press to make your own tofu!

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