It’s the Magic In The Sauce That Makes This Meal Special!

It’s all in the tofu sauce.  If you are going to make one meal for the rest of your life,  this is it! It’s magical and delicious. Tofu with a secret sauce, broccoli, and rice. You will be coming back for more…and more…and more! Watch below and learn how to make it yourself.  Also, get tips on vegan baking website favs with today’s chefs Melissa and Kyle Breslow! Melissa is founder of Open Eyes Foundation, VP of VegFest Los Angeles,  and a Yoga Instructor, and Kyle Breslow is a CPA, and Adventurer.  Today they give us the secrets to their secret sauce.



TASTY TOFU with MAGIC SAUCE? If you are going to make 1 meal this is it! It’s magical and delicious. Tofu with secret sauce, broccoli and rice. We can’t get enough of it! #Watch and learn how to make it. Yummm. Also get tips on Vegan Baking Website favs with today’s chefs Melissa and Kyle Breslow! Melissa, founder of Open Eyes Foundation/ VP of VegFest Los Angeles/ Yoga Instructor, and Kyle Breslow, CPA/ Adventurer, are two of the chefs featured on the plant-based cooking show New Day New Chef, on #TODAY’S #LunchBreakLIVE. Get a special viewing of the Open Eyes Foundation's campaignEnjoy Sound Bath for Earthlings with Melissa every Sunday 7:30pm PST #LIVE on @Jane Unchained News. Relax, meditate and connect to our planet and all sentient beings. Let the sounds of the crystal bowls rejuvenate and heal you. #janeunchainednews #LunchBreakLIVE#JaneUnchained News

Posted by Jane Unchained News on Wednesday, February 17, 2021


Magical Chefs With A Magical Sauce

Melissa Breslow is the founder of Open Eyes Foundation, an awareness campaign that inspires solutions for a sustainable future. She is also Vice President of VegFest L.A., a yoga teacher, and a sound and energy healer. A passionate vegan for over 10 years, one of Melissa’s primary goals is to create community and support to guide new vegans on a positive path. 

Here are some of Melissa’s favorite recipe sites:

Fav Recipe websites: Unconvententional Baker and Minimalist Baker

For Dog recipes:  It Doesn’t Taste Like Chicken

And… check out Open Eyes Foundation, Protect All Families campaign that was just launched!

Join Melissa for her Sound Bath for Earthlings every Sunday at 7:30pm PST on JaneUnchained FB Live.

Kyle Breslow is a CPA and senior manager at Goodfriend & Jacobs. Kyle has a background in entertainment taxation and business management. As a graduate from Cal Poly SLO, he began his career auditing financial statements of public companies with Grant Thornton in San Francisco. He then became a financial controller and eventually transitioned to business management, running a tax department for a small business management firm. It was during this time that he discovered his love of helping entertainment clients with their finances. Kyle’s favorite aspect of working with entertainers is the positive impact he is able to have on his clients’ lives and the appreciation he receives for his work. As an aspiring partner, Kyle is an integral part of the firm growth as he continues to provide exclusive and personal attention to its clientele. According to Kyle, “When you’re working closely with a client’s finances, it’s important to know your client intimately and always have your finger on the pulse in terms of where they are at and what they need to be doing to achieve their goals.” 

Kyle is an active member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and California Society of CPAs. In his spare time, he enjoys hiking, including Mt. Whitney and the Grand Canyon with his wife, playing tennis, or watching Shark Tank while pretending he is the fifth shark.


Kyle and Melissa

Kyle and Melissa Breslow.


What’s The Secret in the Tofu Sauce?

The tofu sauce makes the magic in this dish come to life.  So what is the secret?  Well, it’s a combo of a few different delicious ingredients that when combined, creates a burst of flavor you are sure to love.  There is tamari or soy sauce, lemon juice, maple syrup, sriracha (oh yeah!), garlic powder, and coconut oil.  Mix that all together and let your tofu absorb the awesomeness and you are good to go.  I am posting the full recipe below, so you can make magic too at home!


tofu sauce ingredients

The ingredients used for this special dish.


Finished tofu dish

The finished tofu, rice and broccoli dish with the secret tofu sauce.


Tasty Tofu with Magic Sauce, Broccoli, and Rice

Course Main Courses


  • 14 oz Organic Firm Tofu
  • 3 tbs soy or tamari sauce low sodium
  • 1 1/2 tbs lemon juice
  • 1 1/2 tsp maple syrup
  • 1-2 tsp sriracha or viracha sauce
  • 1 tsp garlic powder
  • 1 tbs coconut oil or water
  • 3 cups of broccoli
  • 1 cup of white or brown rice
  • salt optional to taste
  • Pepper to taste
  • Olive oil optional


  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees. add 1 cup of rice to 2 cups of water and boil. Use directions on rice for how long to cook. Place tofu in tofu press. Place broccoli in small pieces on cooking sheet. optional drizzle with olive oil and add salt to taste. Add pepper to taste. Bake broccoli for 15 minutes. mix tamari or soy, lemon, maple syrup, sriracha or viracha, and garlic powder together in bowl. squeeze out remaining water in tofu and cut into 24 small pieces and add to sauce, mix to make sure to cover all of the tofu in sauce. Add either coconut oil or water to pan and get hot. Add tofu but leave remaining sauce in bowl. let cook for 3 minutes or until brown then add rest of sauce and flip until other side is brown. Serve with tofu on rice and broccoli on the side and enjoy!
Keyword vegan
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Thanks For Joining Us For Some Magical Tofu Sauce And More!

What can I say…this was a magical show!  We love a good tofu sauce, and this one is exceptional!  I think this will easily become one of my go-to meals from now on.  I would love to know how you liked it, so give it a try and let us know!  And if you are looking for more easy vegan recipes to cook up, be sure to stop by the #LunchBreakLIVE page.  We have a ton of recipes to choose from.  Until next time…keep cookin’!