Dengaku Tofu

Pan seared dengaku style tofu with miso glazed veggies

Short History: Dengaku are rustic Japanese celebrations that can be either a musical accompaniment to rice planting observances, or the dances that developed in conjunction with sangaku. The dengaku celebrated for rice planting was performed by villagers either at the New Year or during the planting season in early summer. It was only in the 14th century that these dances were brought to the cities and incorporated into theater. This meal from The Vegan Taste will provide you with minerals, antioxidants, lignans, and more!

Reheating Instructions: Warm in a pan over medium

Customer Comments:

“This is a new favorite!” – Rebecca Sp. from Phoenix

“Loved all the veggies in this dish!” – Tami La. from Phoenix

“This was my favorite, hands down. It had a ton of delicious flavors that worked together so well & didn’t overpower each other. Great combo” – Stephanie We. from Chandler

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