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Fish Fillet Sandwich

What you need: 

1 container extra firm regular style tofu (silken doesn't hold up quite as well, IMHO)
1/4 plain soy milk
1-2 cups breadcrumbs (Edward & Sons, your fav. brand, or make your own!)
3 tablespoon vegan mayonnaise
3 slices of your favorite vegan cheese (optional)
bread/rolls of your choice

What you do: 

This came about one day when I was totally broke and trying to firgure out what to make from the small amount of random foods in my kitchen.
Rinse and drain the tofu well, then cut longways through the brick of tofu, essentially making it three thinner layers of its former self. Pour your breadcrumbs (I like the Italian style ones) into a bowl, then brush the slices of tofu with a little soymilk, and carefully dip them into the breadcrumbs to cover.
Place on a baking sheet about bake at about 350°F for about 25 minutes (the tofu should feel slighter more firm and the breadcrumbs should brown just a little). Serve with a little vegan mayonnaise and a slice of vegan cheese on your favorite bread/roll.
My meat-eating boyfriend and I were surprised to find that it tastes quite a lot like a fish fillet sandwich, something neither of us had had in YEARS. He finishe'd off the extra filletbefore I had a chance to finish my first.

Preparation Time: 
25-30 minutes
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