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Dinner: Skillet Sensation and Baked Cauliflower


One thing I’m good at is putting everything in a pan and creating something tasty. You really can’t go wrong with this dish, and it’s very easy! Even if you screw up, it always ends up tasting good. So if you can’t cook, keep reading.


  • 1 box cubed extra firm tofu
  • 2 potatoes
  • half an onion
  • 1 zucchini 
  • olive oil
  • seasoning/fresh herbs
  • Balsamic vinegar 

If you have other ingredients, go for it. I like to use broccoli in the mix as well as other types of potatoes.
  • Drain out water from tofu and dry with paper towel. Place in a bowl and marinate with your vinegar and seasoning. It doesn’t matter how much you put in, as you’re just seasoning, but don’t overdue it because you’ll just be wasting it. Season it to taste.
Skillet it out:
  • Chop of all your ingredients and place in the pan, including the tofu. Put a cup of water and more vinegar. You’ll keep adding these if it starts to dry up. Put on medium to low, depending if it’s getting out of hand. You’re in control!
  • Now you just stand there and dance around. Honestly I’ve never timed it, but I’ll just say 10 to 30 minutes to confuse you. It’s whenever the potatoes are done, and if you can’t wait till then, then you can eat raw potatoes if you’d like. Put on plate. Add this:


This is one of the dishes I end up making when I’ve run out of creativity and I’ve failed to come up with something else. This is a no fail dinner, and even if you use different ingredients, it will probably end up tasting really good. For somebody who doesn’t normally cook or is afraid to, this is a good beginning dish to practice on.


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