Tofu

  • Chicken Egg Tofu

    Hot Tofu With Chicken & Egg Sauce

    Please use medium soft Tofu such as ‘Momen’ for this dish. Firm Tofu is not suitable. This dish is gentle to your stomach, easy to digest, nutritious, warming and comforting, and delicious. It can be a good meal for sick persons, or I would enjoy it with freshly cooked rice. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients 500 …

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    Hot Tofu (Yudōfu)

    This is a dish of Tofu that is simply heated in Water, often with a piece of Kombu. The heated Tofu can be enjoyed with your favourite sauce and condiments. The most popular sauce is a mix of Katsuobushi (Bonito Flakes), Spring Onion and Soy Sauce. Without a doubt, this is one of the most …

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    Miso & Mozzarella Baked Tofu

    Miso and Mozzarella are a good match. Have you tried my ‘Bocconcini & Cherry Tomatoes With Basil Miso Sauce’? It is absolutely delicious. This is another collaboration of Miso and Mozzarella. If you doubt, you have to try it. You can replace Tofu with Eggplant. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients 450 to 500g Firm Tofu *I …

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    Mochi in Abura-age (Thin Fried Tofu)

    There is a hot pot dish called ‘Oden’ in Japan. The popular ingredients of ‘Oden’ include Fishcakes, Daikon, Konnyaku (Konjac) and Boild Eggs, but my favourite is Abura-age (Thin Fried Tofu) bags that have Mochi inside. These Abura-age bags can be cooked in any flavoured soup of your choice, but I included a soup that …

  • Tofu Vegetables

    Simmered Daikon & Fried Tofu

    Daikon (White Radish) was on special at a local green grocer. I couldn’t resist to purchase some. This dish is one of the dishes I often cook. Today I cooked Daikon with Fried Tofu. Many Australians don’t cook radishes and they don’t know that radishes are delicious when softly simmered, stewed or even stir-fried. Makes …

  • Gyoza Pork Tofu

    Gluten-free ‘Abura-age’ Gyoza

    If you can’t eat wheat flour and have given up eating Gyoza because of that, you might wish to try this alternative. Instead of wrapping the filling with Gyoza wrappers, I sandwiched the filling with ‘Abura-age’, Fried Thin Tofu. This recipe includes a very basic Pork filling, but you can find more Gyoza filling recipes …

  • Tofu Udon

    ‘Kitsune’ Udon

    ’Kitsune’ means ‘Fox’ in Japanese. ‘Kitsune Udon’ can be literally translated as ‘Fox Udon’ but it has nothing to do with the foxes. No one knows why this Udon dish is called with its name. As a food, ‘Kitsune’ is ‘Abura-age’ (Fried Thin Tofu) that is seasoned and added to noodle dishes as a topping. …

  • Takikomigohan Tofu

    Abura-age & Carrot Takikomigohan

    This is one fo the traditionally popular ‘Takikomigohan’ dishes in Japan, but I didn’t cooked it for a long time. Because it was too hard to find Abura-age (Fried Thin Tofu) in Australia. Not any more! If you like traditional Japanese cuisine’s delicate flavour, you will enjoy this dish. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients 2 cups …

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    Crispy Abura-age with Ham & Cheese

    My ‘Crispy Abura-age with Miso & Spring Onion’ is becoming popular as more people are trying Tofu products. ‘Abura-age’ is thinly sliced & deep-fried Tofu. This can be used for western cuisine flavours as well. It is, of course, Gluten-free and a great alternative for pizza base, too. These ‘Crispy Abura-age with Ham & Cheese’ …

  • Sweets Tofu

    Tofu Mochi

    ‘Mochi’ is Japanese rice cake made of short-grain glutinous rice. It is similar to ‘Dango’ but the texture is a lot more rubbery and gooey. It is not easy to make ‘Mochi’ at home from scratch, but this ‘Tofu Mochi’ is absolutely easy. It looks like ‘Mochi’ and texture is the same, and it is …

  • Egg Tofu

    Egg in Abura-age (Thin Fried Tofu)

    ‘Abura-age’ is thinly sliced & deep-fried Tofu. It is used to make ‘Inari-zushi’ wraps and many other dishes in Japan. My mother often cooked this delicious ‘Egg in Abura-age’ for my bento lunch. If you like ‘Inari-zushi’, you will fall in love with this dish. Makes 6 to 8 pieces Ingredients 3 to 4 Abura-age …

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    Marinated Tapioca Pearls With Silken Tofu

    If you like the rubbery jelly-like texture of Tapioca Pearls, you would enjoy my ‘Marinated Tapioca Pearls’ that can be a great addition to a salad. Today I marinated Tapioca Pearls in ‘Mentsuyu’ for Silken Tofu salad. It was absolutely delicious! What a genius I am! Makes 2 Servings Ingredients 1/4 cup Tapioca Pearls *I …

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