I remember the first time I ever had tofu. it was in a massaman curry dish that I had at a little restaurant in Queens, NY. I instantly fell in love with the texture and flavor! I wanted to recreate these crispy little flavor-packed squares at home so I went out and bought some tofu. Little did I know that tofu in its raw form is colorless and flavorless, and not at all crispy! There are four easy steps to making bland tofu into a gourmet feast: drain, marinate, season, and fry. Plan on starting the day before you want to make this tofu meal, but don't let the mention of all this time scare you away from this tasty recipe! All that is required of you is 15 minutes to prep it and 15 minutes to cook it; the tofu does the rest of the work. Cornstarch is key to getting the crispy fry on tofu, so make sure you don't omit it. Serve with a glass of shiraz from the limestone coast of Australia as you forget all about meat... because you won't miss it!