You don't get much more versatile than Naked Tofoo (except sporks, obviously) - this is a super flavour soaker, high in protein and so easy to use. We've reinvented tofu for modern cooking slice it on a pizza, dice it in a curry or scramble on a bagel.
Country of Origin
OrganicSuitable for vegetarians
Product life guaranteed for 1 week.
|(As Sold) Per 100g
|(As Sold) Per Serving Approx 70g
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|Pack contains approx. 4 servings
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (363)
Nice and firm
this has changed my opinion on tofu
I've had tofu in Japan and loved the simplicity and firm texture and could never find similar in the uk, until I tried this brand. It's very tasty pan fried simply in butter with salt and pepper but equally takes well to lots of flavours.
excellent cubed and fried and then dipped in soy sauce
Materially better than other brands, and yes - frying in coconut oil does make it v crispy
Lovely tofu, doesn't require much drainage or anything. Crisps up lovely in the air fryer with some corn flour. Buy this nearly every week.
Outstanding in every respect!
This plain naked tofu and their smoked tofu are simply superb - the tastiest, best textured tofu by far. It is how proper, authentic tofu should be, plus organic. It has an exquisite flavour and a glorious firm chewy texture – the depth of flavour and texture is exceptional. Very versatile and delicious however you cook it - or not: steamed or baked drizzled with lemon juice and organic olive oil/avocado oil; sliced raw in sandwiches/on toast with Marmite and organic olive oil/avocado oil; in risotto, stir-fry, curry, pasta. It is also brilliant value, especially for organic! Also, I wanted to check where Tofoo source their organic soya beans - this was the excellent response from Tofoo’s Director: “We are very careful on our sourcing policies and all of our beans come via a ship, we insist on GM free and Organic ingredients which really rules out the UK because there is not much soya beans grown here and then the amount of organic is even smaller, hopefully this will change in time and we are in contact with soy UK. As a result of that we have limited sourcing opportunities for soybeans as the two biggest global suppliers (USA and Brazil - deforestation) don't meet our criteria as you can imagine. As a result we source all our beans from Canada, as we are soil association certified we have to verify that our supply chain is organic. To that end all our beans are residue tested to ensure they do meet the criteria of GM free and organic, this supply chain is then certified by Ecocert and Procert (independent certification body) to make sure we get what we have bought. Soybean quality is very important to us and we also look for origins that are strongly sustainable, it's a key part of our sourcing strategy.” Perfect in every way!