However Jerk Tofu has changed the game. I found a recipe online and thought I followed it pretty exact until the next day when I realized I butchered a important step in the directions. So, the moral of the story... If you hate tofu, try the baked version of this recipe and then make these changes:
2. Don't blend your ingredients. You can. I've since done it, but I actually slightly prefer unblended. Slice your jalapeño thinly and run your garlic and ginger through your microplane. Stir. Toss in tofu.
3. Slice your tofu on the thin side. About a quarter of an inch thin. They may fall apart but those peices get a bit crispier and it's glorious.
There's the recipe.
Serve with Coconut Milk Garlic Rice.
1 cup rice (half white/half brown is my favorite combo)
1 cup water
1 cup coconut milk
1 clove of minced garlic
1/2 teaspoon salt
Add all ingredients, bring to a boil.
Stir, place a lid on the rice and set the burner on the lowest setting.
Cook for 20 minutes if white rice, 25 if brown,
Fluff with a fork and make certain all the liquid has been dissolved.
Eat with jerked tofu.