I can't take credit for this idea, but it was really good so I want to share. Andy decided that he wanted to make baked tofu, but in the style of our christmas seitan roast - in other words, wrapped in yuba.
He put slices of homemade tofu inside of dampened yuba, and then basted them in a soy, sugar and oil mixture before they went into the oven. The yuba was a little sloppy, I suspect because we bought the cheap stuff, but it did the job and once it crisped up you could barely tell that it wasn't perfect.
It was a yummy, crispy wrapper to soft, sweet tofu. And easily gluten free - just use wheat-free soy sauce as a baste. These weren't completely perfect - the inside was a bit bland, but that is an easy fix. We'll just marinate the tofu before wrapping and baking in the future. But this was a great idea, and I highly recommend it.