whats your favorite way to eat tofu (đậu hũ)?
xiaobaobabe said: chilled and raw with pídàn (“century egg”?), soy bean paste, and fish flakes!
voltefaccia reblogged this and added: Jerk Marinade + Grill
youreokayyourebeautiful said: Fried then dipped with sauce that’s a mixture of soy sauce, vinegar and onions :D
sansie-baby answered: My mom fries it in egg and fish sauce so there’s this crispy egg shell around the tofu and it’s yummy.
msr-aeshling said: tahu kecap kudus. highly recommend. it’s fried tofu in sweet soy sauce and it can have other stuff, like broccoli and shrimp
ohtoriprince answered: I mix it in with chorizo de soya and eat with tortillas. Or I add it to chilaquiles.
complicatedspace answered: i really like it fried and then sauteed with tomatoes and garlic. or tofu/tomato/egg drop soup w/ lots of chives.
daintyfuck answered: my mum gave me her recipe for three cup chicken modified to be vegan hmu if you want it friend
heartsignal answered: is it silky? because then fry it with some oil and then flavor with soysauce + chillies and it’s amazing. You can add meat if you want
thebirdsandtheseas reblogged this and added: i love marinating cubed tofu in sesame oil, soy sauce, sriracha, and ginger, with a dash of sugar (sometimes i substitute sugar with hoisin sauce). with that, i either stir fry, liquid and all; add cold to my salad; or bread it using half flour/half crushed oats (with a bit of salt+pepper+whatever other spices to taste).
heartsignal said: Also fish tofu soup with some tomatoes is really good, i’m sorry I just love cooking tofu.
julaya-antolin answered: pan fry + add broccoli and zucchini then + peanut sauce (rice vinegar, pbutter, soy sauce, chilli paste, sesame oil)
diamondfordisease answered: tofu with tomato in egg drop soup til death
lucyliushair answered: fried is the way to go
am-i-a-bella reblogged this and added: My dad makes a mean curried tofu.
thisisjesk answered: Steamed with diced onions, green onion and soy sauce cooked with sugar. I like ordering pei pa tofu in restaurants though
debrides reblogged this and added: Mao po
fresh-biscuits answered: Mapo all the way. Althougj, I do like it fried with a fish sauce, chili paste, garlic, green onion dipping sauce.
flybaldies reblogged this and added: soft/silken?? tofu’s really good by itself either as a block or mixed in with sesame oil, soy sauce and chunks of century egg…! agedashi tofu is great too, and sundubu jjigae
ofpeachesandpears answered: does the tofu pudding with ginger syrup count?
wigmund reblogged this and added: Marinated then breaded and stir fried.
elizabeth-antoinette said: cut, pressed, frozen, thawed, pressed again (all this makes it spongier) then marinated, dry seasoned and/or breaded and pan fried
brainundead said: Fried with lemongrass and with a generous dose of hot sauce
nijimei reblogged this and added: dofugan with celery! Also dofugan is just my general preferred version of dofu it’s a really great meat substitute imo
soft-as-haze answered: deep fried with whatever sauce I can find
maeiounj said: Dau hu nuoc duong! The best tofu for a cold night ever!
haafu answered: either hiyayakko (fresh soft tofu w/ soy sauce, negi, etc) or age dashi dofu (fried tofu eaten with dashi and ground daikon) :^)
lescreamingtrees answered: kho tộ - ing fried tofu
wayyy reblogged this and added: all about that hiyayakko swag
yellow—ranger said: Stinky and fried with kimchi
sensainakusonohana said: I like to mix soft tofu with a handful of ground sesame seeds, miso and some kombu stock and fry it like scrambled eggs until it gets crumbly. It’s so good over rice oh my god