Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Japanese Tofu with Eggs Recipe

On the request of Cleffairy, I would like to publish this Japanese Tofu Recipe that I have not cook for a very long time (hence I don’t have the picture). Unlike the hot plate tofu that you see in my post Ho Weng Kee, I did not use a hot plate to put the tofu. So its Cleffairy turn to try to cook this dish and publish it her blog. Cleff, remember to take a nice picture of the dish for us to comment. LOL. Ingredients Japanese Soft egg tofu, I roll, cut vertically into disc like shape Egg, 1pc Light Soya Sauce, 2 table spoon Dark Soya Sauce, ½ teaspoon Oyster Sauce, 1 table spoon Dried chillies, 3 pcs Minced Meat, 100gms Salted kurau fish, fried until crispy and break it into small chunks Garlic, 5 pcs, minced Vegetable oil Corn Flour to thicken gravy Water, ¼ bowl Steam tofu and put aside. Beat eggs and add a dash of soya sauce. Fry the egg in hot oil and make the diameter of the egg the same as the plate you are going to serve the dish. Take out the fried egg and put into a plate. Arrange the steamed tofu on top of the fried egg. Put some vegetable oil in the wok, sautéed the garlic, minced meat and dried chillies until fragrant. Add water, light soya sauce, dark soya sauce and oyster sauce. Make the gravy thick by adding some corn flour (or tapioca flour) mixed with a little cold water. Bring to a boil and add salt to taste. Pour the gravy over the tofu and sprinkle the fried salted kurau fish on top of the dish. Happy trying, Cleff!

19 comments:

cleffairy said...

*gasps* no shit... nid to take picture...die. LOL. I'll try this one tomorrow. :-P Writing bout food is never my specialty. LMAO.

Kikey Loo said...

i love tofu!!! :D

eunice said...

i love tofu too! too bad i eat liao face still not smooth leh hehehe

levian said...

tofu are indeed tasty when cooked with the correct way. japanese tofu especially!

Pete said...

eunice : Ha Ha, try tofu fah, more effective. But too much soya bean produce not good, can cause hormonal imbalance.

levian : Ya, Japanese tofu taste good. Sometime just steam it with soya sauce and sesame oil, nice!

Josephine said...

I want asam laksa recipe. can share?

Calvin Soo KJ said...

clef, you good at cooking ar....hahahaha. cannot imagine. always embeded on my mind, you're good in writing only....lol. anyways, remember to dhl me the tofu. im a good critic you know... :P

Chris said...

I love japanese tofu..

suituapui said...

Didn't I comment in ur previous post? Can't see it anywhere? At the Ruby Restaurant that I frequent here, I think they deep-fry the Japanese tofu and serve it with Thai sauce. Not bad!

Pete said...

Josephine : Quite some time didn't cook already. Need to dig out my old notes. Will publish once I find it.

Calvin : Ha Ha, I want to see Cleff tofu dish lorr!

Chris : Japanese tofu nice and soft, easy to cook!

STP : Didn't see your comment lah. Did you accidentally exit the comment page? Ya, tofu with Thai sauce taste good lor!

Criz Lai said...

Hmm.. it seemed like this week so many people talk about tofu. Has everyone gone on a healthy diet? LOL! Well, I just tried some Seafood Japanese Tofu dish for lunch yesterday :P

http://crizfood.com/

cleffairy said...

*groan* Calvin, I cook very often wan... but these days, I lazy to cook abit, eat out more. Sometimes take bfast, lunch and dinner outside. If my mood good, then cook bfast and pack up my own lunch. I cannot eat out much, cuz my stomach abit sensitive. Eat wrong abit, stomach will cramp and all. :-(

But these days too lazy to do groceries. During my student years, I cook every damn day, cuz I cannot tahan mamak food. I used to cook until I got sick of seeing my own cooking...get so sien of eating my own cooking until I need to out out and eat other ppl's cooking. I dun blog about my cooking cuz ahh... I'm too lazy to garnish em and make em pretty. Food for me is just for hentam and make the stomach full onli. LMAO.

But, XMas is coming, so will go on auntie mode again. LOL... OMG... turkey will take so long to cook. Maybe this year just roast chicken and some potatoe stuffing will do. :-P( celebrate xmas angmo style)

Ps: I feel like raiding your house and Pete's house for Xmas. LOL.

Mommy to Chumsy said...

ooo..sounds really delicious. i'll try that one day, minus the chilli and salted fish :D

Bridge Schmidt said...

Hey Pete! Are you a Chef by Profession? Haha, you seem to blog a lot about food here! Hmmm, loving it!

Josephine said...

PETE, started missing your post d. When are u coming back?
Waiting for your new post here. faster update lah!

suituapui said...

Waiyor!...Eat Japanese tofu for a week liao! No new post kah? Hope you are ok....not staying near Bukit Antarabangsa!!!

cleffairy said...

Pete...are you okay over there? A few days no updates...busy with work? You okay?

Pete said...

Hi Everyone! Sorry for not updating my blog for a few days. No lah, I was not caught in Bukit Antarabangsa landslide but I am very worry about some of my friends whose house are very near to the effected hillslope. Thanks for the concern.

I went back to Butterworth for a few days to visit my mom and dad. Tried to get connect to my old jaring account there but could not. I just got back to KL today. I have got some interesting post coming up soon.

Pete said...

Criz : Looks like tofu is the 'in' thing right now. LOL

Cleff : Ya lorr, Turkey takes very long to cook. I once bought a trukey drumstick, took so long to fry it, pengsan. Went back to Bworth, eat day and night.....luckily my weight still the same.

Mommy : Kids love this dish, so sometime I also cook it without chillies.

Bridge : Ha ha, I am not a chef, I just love food very much. Luckily, I can never put on weight. LOl

Josephine : Working on your laksa recipe. Should be posting it very soon.

STP : Ha Ha, ok next coming up is Assam Laksa

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