Saturday, November 29, 2014

Japanese Egg Tofu Soy Sauce

Honestly, let me ask you? Why are you struggling your time in the kitchen when you have a choice to easy-preasy one wholesome spectacular dish (Chilli Stir Fried Potato, Mango Salad Vegetarian, Thai Style Sea Bass Apple Slaw & Tomato Vegetable Soup)? Tell you? Maybe its just habit, habit we picked up from our mothers who didn't work, and so, they had all the time on earth to sweat in the kitchen (Chilli Chicken Black Peas, Cauliflower Curry, Tapioca Poriyal & Vegetable Green Curry)? Whatever said, sweating infinitely is one I really can't avoid. I can't no matter what. Imagine cooking in our Malaysian bombastic hot weather? Let me tell you that no matter how stylish or big your kitchen is, I believe sweating is unavoidable (Fried Mee, Indian Chicken Curry, Prawn Cabbage Coconut Gravy & Thai Style Spicy Eggplant).

And for the sake of my good life, stop advising me to install an air-cond or fan in the kitchen. Will it really work? Tell me. I'm all ears. Cooking in air-cond by keeping windows close, at the same time, incurring additional electricity cost? Fan by far is not conducive too. I am telling you. Please open your ears really big and listen. Do you know what is the consequence of fan spilling in the kitchen? Aha, it will of course keep us cool, how about the cooking fire flame? How you really given it a thought? Think, for my sake. I know what I am talking about because I have the biggest major kitchen experience. I am mostly in the kitchen, one which significantly became prominent once I quit my full time job to work from home (Fried Lotus Root, Curry Leaves Hummus, Thai Papaya Salad & Chinese Fried Rice).

For all that logic and reasoning, end of the day, let me tell you that fan neither air-cond will not-not-not do justice in our Malaysian kitchen (Spicy Tuna Potato, Avocado Dip Fresh SaladCorn Soup & Grilled Salmon) So, we might as well close the chapter, but we can surely minimise our time in the kitchen by cooking simple dishes (Ikan Bilis Noodle Soup & Minced Chicken Cabbage Soup). Take this Japanese Egg Tofu Soy Sauce? As I have already said earlier, it is a wholesome one complete meal. All you need then is a plate of rice, oh, don't discount rice porridge either. Diviners. How to make this Japanese Egg (Crispy Japanese Tofu) Tofu Soy Sauce? Take it from this point please. Sincerely and clearly, recipe from me to all you cooking enthusiasts (Masala Tofu & Spicy Tofu Curry). Bye for now.

Two packets of Japanese tofu - gently remove and cut into round pieces
1 tbsp soy sauce
1 tbsp oyster sauce
4 shallots - slice thinly
1/2 inch ginger - slice thinly
Chilli flakes - as needed
Spring onion - slice
2 tbsp of oil (healthier the virgin as ever virgin oil but pricey you know)
Salt for taste (only if needed)

Fry shallots in oil till crispy.
Remove and keep aside.
In the same oil, sauté ginger.
Add soy sauce, oyster sauce and chilli flakes.
Pour 1/2 cup of water.
Season with salt.
Stir and simmer.
Gently drop in tofu.
Simmer for a minute or two and dish out.
Garnish with fried shallots and spring onion.
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  1. u have the most interesting recipes, i like the soya dressing a lot
    keep in touch

  2. Looks delicious, very interesting recipe .

  3. A great eggy dish with tofy and soy sauce.....I have to try this......This is irresistable......glad to like you n facebook... :)

  4. wow!! that looks super tempting...:)

  5. You have great recipes. I didnt know abt this dish before. It looks delicious. :)

  6. Egg tofu looks so good,Iam going to miss ur pictures and dishes

  7. the whole plate looks looks just delicious :D

  8. This combination looks and sounds lovely!
    Have a great Sunday!

  9. I never tried anything like this before, but now I just might, it looks great!

  10. I tried egg with soy sauce ..That was really good .This must be good too..Def this is enough with rice ..nothing more .

  11. mmmmm...delicious if eat in shop at least worth rm10

  12. Such a beautiful dish... I have not come across Japanese Tofu yet but would love to try it sometime..

  13. Lovely dish, Nava! Gosh, you're going for another vacation?? I can't catch up with you!!!

  14. You said tofu and soy sauce and I was sold :D Delicious!

    Choc Chip Uru


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