Anyway, I digress. I picked up the BBQ Tofu Steaks and Indian Curry and was ready to eat. This review is covering the BBQ Tofu Steaks.
It comes in a 4-pack, and inside is not unlike the usual packaging for any type of veggie burger. It's very convenient, therefore, to ration out for multiple meals. The first time I cooked it, I used a George Foreman grill. I didn't do anything to it besides cooking it in the grill, and served it as the protein in my "Better Than A Baked Potato" recipe. I actually didn't taste it much, as it blended in well with the rest of the flavors, but I did notice a drier texture, and I blamed it on my method of cooking.
Last night, I tried again, this time sautéing it in a pan with olive oil and serving it with sauteed zucchini, corn, sweet Walla Walla onions and red peppers. It still was a bit dry, but I enjoyed the taste because it actually reminded me a bit of chicken. It's called "steak", and I think it works best in a recipe that calls for an animal protein. When I first had it, I expected it to taste like flavored tofu, but the company has really perfected the taste and texture to be that of a true meat substitute. I definitely would recommend it, and will probably buy it again (if it's ever in stock again!).