This is the easiest sauce/marinade you can make for almost anything! You can top it on top of dips, hummus, Greek yogurt, bean dips, and even use it to marinate hard boiled eggs! I like to use the leftover marinade/mixture to marinate my soft boiled, lightly cracked eggs! Here is what it looks like! If you decide to make it please tag me @beautyfoodymom or use the hashtag #beautyfoodymom! This is a recipe that I love to do when I need a quick and easy meatless Monday dinner/lunch! So I hope you all enjoy it as much as I do!
First boil your eggs beforehand in the link to do soft boiled eggs, and set aside in an ice bath.
Then dice all of your ingredients of green onions, white onions and set a side in a little side dish. Slice your tofu into squares after draining and dabbing with a paper towel to dry.
Next make your sauce by combining 1/2 C of soy sauce, 2-3 tablespoons of chili oil, and green onions. I’m on a sugar kick so I didn’t add in brown sugar but if you’d like to you can or add in a 1 tbsp. of sugar of choice. Mix the mixture and set aside.
In a medium sauce pan add in your olive oil and tea seed oil, toss in your diced onions and stir until just a little translucent. Add in your tofu squares, and cook till lightly brown on both sides.
Once tofu is slightly fried on both sides top with the soy and chili oil mixture. Then lastly add in your green onions to garnish and let it simmer on low heat for another 1-2 minutes! Enjoy with a rice/cauliflower rice bowl and steamed veggies!
Use leftover sauce left in the pan to make some marinated boiled eggs! I like to add in a little more green onions, and olive oil to the leftover mix and simmer on low for 1 minute and set aside to cool down. Add in more soy sauce/coconut aminos as needed to cover the eggs evenly.
Lightly crush your outer shell but do not peel the eggs, you want it to have a spotted texture so some marinade will be absorbed by the egg. Put into a shallow container and pour the leftover marinade into the container and let it sit for atleast 4-5 hours and peel and enjoy as a snack or with a rice bowl/ramen!