First I cut up some hard (stir fry) tofu in thin strips and then i cut the strips in half. Then I coat the pieces of tofu in Paul Newman's Balsamic Vinagrette dressing (but any other brand or an italian salad dressing would work too). I finally experimented and let the dressing covered tofu sit in the fridge for awhile to marinate last week for a few hours (usually I am too hungry and impatient to try that) and it didn't really seem to make much of a difference.
Then I put some olive oil in the frying pan, put the pieces of tofu in and sprinkle some pepper and italian seasonings on them. Depending on how much tofu I am using and how much veg I am using I will also fry something else on the other side of the pan (we only have one frying pan at my student accomadation and its a larger sized one). I guess you are really grilling the tofu b/c I leave it on each side for awhile so it gets brown and crispy. When you are satisfied with the look of your tofu scoop it out and set it on a plate to cool.
Either at the same time if you have a big enough pan or afterwards - fry some zuchini sprinkled with fresh parsely if you have it, italian seasonings, salt and pepper, along with mushrooms if you wish. I only added mushrooms the last time I made this and it worked. You can cut your veg while the first side of your tofu is browning or before you start cooking if you like cutting everything all at once.
While the tofu is doing its thing, after your tofu and veg is all cooked, or before you start with the cooking, wash and cut up some lettuce - not TOO much though (I use red oak or butter lettuce as its $1.85 a head here in Australia but this would probably work well with spinach or romaine too)and put it in a bowl along with some sprouts - whatever kind you have - I find that cutting the sprouts in half works best if you have the snow pea variety. Also peel some carrot (but not the whole thing - you can snack on the rest while you cook :) ) in there. If you have an avocado around feel free to cut it up into small pieces and pop that in - that also goes really well with this. Later add the tofu and veg. Top with a capful or so of the same dressing you put on your tofu, mix and voila it's time to eat!! How much you use of each ingredient depends on how much salad you want. It's really versatile and really easy. There are probably other veggies that could be added to this if you desired. I have some flaxseeds in my fridge (I wanted to make my infamous brownies but couldn't find flax seed meal so I had to buy the seeds (also known as linseed as an interesting aside - i walked by them like 8x without realizing they were what i was looking for)- my friend tells me they have no nutrition unless they are ground up so that sux) so I was thinking of adding them in for more texture, only the friend I was dining with (same friend) can't eat flaxseeds so maybe next time.
I apolagize for not having a picture to add to this post. I will probably take a picture of this the next time I make it, but this is so yummy - I'm too impatient to wait until I make it again to post it.
Hope you enjoy! :)