|I just cooked what the Sunflower Restaurant calls General Tso's Surprise. A terribly high-effort recipe involving draining tofu, freezing it and defrosting it, making an awkward sauce, covering the tofu lumps with intractable powder, deep-frying them, wok-frying some onion, adding the sauce to the wok, adding the deep-fried lumps to the sauce, getting the sauce-thickness balance right. Total effort expended: about an hour. Time to devour: about 10 minutes. Not something I'm likely to do often, but it's nice to know that I can produce a passable replica of my favourite restaurant-food.