Versatile Deep Fried tofu can either be store-bought in packets, or made at home. Deep Fried Tofu is available from any Asian or Chinese Grocery, where it might be called Tofu Puffs, or Fried Tofu Squares. As the name suggests, it is a tofu that has been deep fried. It is quite firm in texture…
I think it was my daughter who first alerted me to this salad, and what a cracker it is. It is worth the visit to your local Asian grocery and food market to get these unusual ingredients. Enjoy!
Tofu is an ancient Chinese and Japanese product made from curdled soybean milk – the extract from yellow soy beans. It is made by pulping cooked soybeans, straining out the soy milk and then coagulating and pressing it in a process very similar to making cottage cheese.
What a beautiful result from changing out the non veg items in a salad with Tofu. You may need to visit an Asian Grocery to locate some of the ingredients.
This is incredibly delicious. You could use peanut paste in place of the peanuts if you wish. The sauce is wonderful. You might also like our Tofu recipes here and here. Our Deep Fried Tofu recipes are here. Or you might like to browse SE Asian recipes here and here. Check out our easy…
This truly is an amazing salad, and I do recommend it.
Use this for any noodle dish or tofu dish, or for anything that you would like a dipping sauce for.
Some more family favourites! Tofu two ways. Amazing, both of the recipes.
Traditionally this recipe is made with dashi stock, but for a vegetarian version, replace it with a stock made with a handful of dry mushrooms, added dried seaweed and some miso. It works so well. I LOVE THIS DISH.