How to Make Crispy Vegan Tofu Katsu | Japanese-Inspired, Easy Asian Recipes

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This Tofu Katsu is so versatile and can be enjoyed in many different ways! This recipe makes around 4-6 katsu cutlets, depending on the size and thickness of your tofu. Enjoy!

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Pantry staples:
All-purpose flour:
Sesame oil:
Coconut sugar:
Curry powder:
Diced tomatoes:
Dried shiitake mushrooms:
Hoisin sauce:
Nutritional yeast:
Peanut butter:
Rice stick noodles:
Corn starch:
Coconut cream:
Maple syrup:
Soy milk:
Sweet chili sauce:

My kitchen essentials:
Non-stick pan:
Oven toaster with temperature settings (I baked everything in this since I don’t have a fully function oven):
Dumpling/Buns rolling pin:
Cast Iron Pan:
Tofu Press:
Wooden chopsticks:
Glass measuring cups:
Food processor:
Bamboo chopping boards:
Reusable silicon lids:

Equipment I use:
Camera I use to shoot videos:
Camera I use to take photos:
Super handy reflectors:

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