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If you crave sweet and salty as much as I do, then this maple-miso glazed tofu with broccoli and winter squash is the recipe for you! Check out my post on Marcus Samuelsson’s site for the recipe!  (And for all of my tofu-hating readers out there…this would also be awesome with chicken, pork or salmon.)

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38 Responses to Maple-Miso Glazed Tofu with Broccoli and Winter Squash

  1. What an ingenious creation! Miso is perfect for a throw-together meal… but I never would have thought to add maple, which sounds absolutely divine with the season’s veggies!

  2. Elizabeth says:

    Ooh, for some reason the combo of squash, broccoli and miso reminds me of dishes I get at Angelica Kitchen

  3. Mary says:

    I was just thinking that this would be a great combination with some chicken. I’m off to check out the recipe now. Thanks!

  4. Dawn says:

    Love it! I will definitely check it out.

  5. Beth says:

    This looks delicious, and I’ll definitely check out the recipe. I just might be one of those readers who try it with chicken or salmon. I’m don’t mind tofu but my family does!

  6. Deborah says:

    Ok, I really do need to try tofu one of these days, because this looks delicious!!

  7. Ben says:

    I’ve tried to like tofu, but I just can’t, hehe. I guess I can make this with chicken :)

  8. I’m a tofu-lover! I always eat it with broccoli, so I’m glad to find a new recipe with both!

  9. Jenna says:

    I’m a tofu lover too! Plus I learned the trick of frying it up until golden and crispy (pressing it under a stack of heavy books and letting it drain for 20 minutes).

  10. i love tofu but you’re right i would love to have this with pork. yum!

  11. I’ve never tried winter squash. Is it like summer squash?

  12. Maple and miso sounds heavenly together and add in my favorite protein…tofu! I wish I could just live in your kitchen and sample all these incredible meals :)

  13. Kelly says:

    I just wanted to comment because I was on another blog and saw your comment re: BoB. I agreed with your sentiment completely and don’t think you put your foot in your mouth at all. I think it’s sad that we should have to phrase ourselves so delicately just so people won’t see hate or contempt where there clearly is none.

    Thanks for sharing your POV.

  14. Lori says:

    This is like a big bowl full of autumn! I’m a huge fan of salty and sweet together. I could eat every meal with that combo.

  15. Is this your first miso dish, Joanne? I was wondering when you would finally cave to buy it. I love miso, tofu, broccoli and squash, so this looks incredible. Loving it! :)

  16. Mary says:

    What a lovely combination of ingredients. I love the sweet and salty combo and can imagine just how delicious this is to taste. Have a great day, Joanne. Blessings…Mary

  17. Catherine says:

    Dear Joanne, Oh, I don’t hate tofu but I think I would use the chicken or pork, then my son and daughter would also dig in. This does sound very good. Blessings to you dear, Catherine xoxo

  18. MAple Glazed Tofu! Hello, can you say delicious!!

  19. I love broccoli now, although as a chiled i was not a big fan. Hard to think that i didnt like it looking back now. Richard from Amish Stories.

  20. debbie says:

    Looks good Joanne. I’ve had tofu only once but I did like it so I really should have some again.

  21. Jessica says:

    Oh man! This could not have come at a more perfect time! The hubs is gone for 2 weeks…which means vegetarian dinners for me! YUM!

  22. Oh this just looks so good!! My kind of dish!!

  23. This suonds perfect! The saltiness of the miso would work so well with the maple. You missy, are a genius!

  24. Yasmeen says:

    How do you reckon it would be if served cold or at room temp? This looks right up my alley, but since it’s heating up in these parts, I’d love to have it as a refreshing, veggie-filled salad.

    Looks so good, and I’m totally into the sweet-salty thing too.

  25. Candace says:

    Joanne, if anyone could make me try tofu and love it, it would definitely be you. This looks absolutely delicious.

  26. Kelly says:

    Ooh, maple-miso with squash, what a nice fall tune-up! Love that you used tofu for this one. Gorgeous recipe.

  27. Pam says:

    This looks so good I would try it and I am not a fan of tofu.

  28. Carolyn Jung says:

    Mmm, maple and miso sound perfect together. In fact, I could imagine putting that on most everything as good as it sounds. ;)

  29. I could eat a whole bowl of this right now! Just my kind of dinner!

  30. tigerfish says:

    Oh the sweet and salty has always been alluring to me

  31. I’m definitely craving for sweet and salty food. This recipe looks fantastic.

  32. daphne says:

    why would anyone not like tofu! love how you combine miso paste with other flavours!

  33. Foodycat says:

    I don’t understand tofu hate! This looks like a delicious, seasonal bowlful!

  34. Barbara says:

    Nix on the tofu! I’ve only had it once that I came close to liking it…but I’m loving this with chicken.

  35. I am all for the tofu but not the broccoli. ;-) It’s not that I don’t like it–it just doesn’t like me. That sauce sounds divine. Hmm… maybe cauliflower? ;-)

  36. Nicole says:

    Holy yumminesss! Pretty sure i could get the broccoli past the hubby, but not the squash.. looks devine – that is going into the to-do pile now!

  37. This meal sounds completely perfect for me!! I love that it has a dark green and an orange veggie, and that maple-miso glaze sounds so goooooood. Totally making this next week.

  38. Made this last night and loved it! Simple, healthy and delicious. I love the combination of textures and flavours with the squash and broccoli yum.

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