The end result was very yummy, but because I'm not used to cooking with tofu the preparation took a really long time. After reading other reviews, I wrapped the tofu block in paper towels and put a heavy pot over it for an hour to drain out some water. Then I sliced it and laid it on a cookie sheet and froze. To coat the slices in crumbs, I dredged in flour, then egg, then the crumbs, and I baked this at 350. Were all these extra steps worth it in the end? I'm not sure, but I will say that although this was a very tasty dinner (and it's great cold too), it would NOT fool anyone into believing they were eating meat.
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The end result was very yummy, but because I'm not used to cooking with tofu the preparation...