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Tofu Recipes

Simple and very delicious Recipes with Tofu
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Tofu with Egg

January 06, 2011 Von: Redakteur Kategorie: Japanese Recipes Comments Off on Tofu with Egg

Tofu with Egg is a relatively simple Japanese Dish ,but it tastes very versatile, depending on which type of dressing is used.

In this recipe it is again very important to use soft tofu, or named Silken Tofu.

The water of the tofu needs to be removed completely, then drain well. tofu-ei

  • Ingredient List:

  • 200 to 600g silken tofu
  • Fish flakes
  • 1 to 2 tablespoons mirin
  • Soy sauce
  • Sake
  • Eggs
  • Onions

First, again put away the water from the tofu and drain the tofu thoroughly.

The soy sauce, sake, mirin and fish flakes heat in a saucepan, cool and drain.

This mixture is the dressing. Cut the tofu into pieces and give each piece into a small bowl.

Then each of the tofu gets a cavity (eg: with a spoon) and in each
of this cavity comes a previously soft-boiled egg.

The previously removed tofu is simply given in a bowl. Over this tofu, are scattered the previously chopped onions and if you like, you can still decorate with some chopped ginger.

At the end the dressing is poured over the tofu and finished is the tofu with egg!

For more information about Tofu-General are available. Mirin is a sweet Japanese rice wine and sake is a Japanese rice wine that is consumed either hot or cold.

On the subject Soy-Sauce there is additional information on Japanese-Food.

Tofu Broiled

January 06, 2011 Von: Redakteur Kategorie: Japanese Recipes Comments Off on Tofu Broiled

Tofu-Broiled with vegetables seasoned such as meat, including garlic, pepper and salt and heated in a pan.

For this recipe again Firm Tofu is very good, because it is fried.

As side fresh vegetables lends itself to, like peppers, mushrooms such as:. Shiitake or Maitake, tomatoes and other vegetables.

  • Ingredient List:

  • 400 to 600g firm Tofu
  • Cut peppers
  • 50 to 100g shiitake mushrooms
  • 50 to 100g maitake mushrooms
  • 200g tomatoes
  • Garlic
  • Sesame oil or other vegetable oil
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Soy sauce, mirin
  • Flour

First, drain the tofu well, cut the peppers, mushrooms and tomatoes chop coarsely, peel the garlic and chop it a little.

Heat a little sesame oil or other vegetable oil in a pan and add the garlic, roast gently, add the vegetables and fry for a few minutes.

Then pour into a bowl and heat on the vegetables to lowest setting.

Cut the tofu into pieces, then season with salt and pepper and strew it with some flour.

Put a little oil in a pan and heat it, add the tofu to the pan and fry it on all sides as best you can.

If the tofu pieces are fried ready, they can be served together with the vegetables. It might be possible that a little soy sauce and mirin can be added.

Information for the Tofu can be found on Japanese-Food. Shiitake and maitake are known Japanese mushrooms, which are also used for medicinal purposes. They are commonly found in health food stores or other food stores.

Mirin is a sweet rice wine which is well suited for cooking. On the subject of Soy-Sauce there is additional information.

Tofu Fried

January 06, 2011 Von: Redakteur Kategorie: Japanese Recipes Comments Off on Tofu Fried

Tofu Fried is often prepared in Japan, so it is a Japanese Specialty.

Instead of firm tofu, Silken Tofu is used, which is very important because the silken tofu is much better for frying.

It is also important to drain the water from the tofu well.

  • Ingredient List:

  • 200 to 600g Silken Tofu
  • Cooking oil
  • Starch
  • 1 to 2 tablespoons mirin
  • 1 to 2 tablespoons soy sauce
  • Sugar
  • Salt
  • White radish or daikon
  • Shiso or basil leaves
  • Onions, finely chopped
  • Ginger
  • First, put the tofu water away and allow the water to drain completely from the silken tofu.

    Cut the tofu into pieces (varies depending on the amount of tofu) and completely numb with the starch.

    Then heat the cooking oil and the silken tofu fry until it assumes a yellow color.

    Then take away the tofu from the oil and let it drain. In a saucepan, then sugar, salt, mirin and soy sauce were mixed and heated to boiling.

    Then divide the tofu on several smaller bowls, fill each bowl with a little soy sauce and at the end it can be garnished with a little shredded ginger, basil or shiso leaves.

    More information about tofu and Silken Tofu you can find, as always on the website Japanese-Food.

    Mirin is a sweet rice wine, which is used in Japanese cuisine for cooking.

    Among the various Soy Sauces there is more information. Daikon is a Japanese white radish, shiso is also called perilla and is a plant that is related to the basil.

    Instead of Shiso one can use basil too. Ginger is a well-known Asian spice. To mirin, daikon, shiso and ginger, there is not yet any additional information.

Dashi – Fish Stock

January 06, 2011 Von: Redakteur Kategorie: Japanese Recipes Comments Off on Dashi – Fish Stock

Dashi or Fisch Stock is an excellent foundation for many Japanese tofu dishes. Dashi can improve the taste of a dish tremendously.

Dashi is ideal for combining for some tofu recipes mentioned here and it improves the taste of many tofu dishes.

  • Ingredient List:

  • Dried fish flakes
  • Water (about 1 liter depending on the amount)
  • Dried kombu seaweed

The dried kombu seaweed (5 to 10cm in diameter) wash first in a pot with water, then soak there for about 10 minutes.

Heat the water on the stove and when it is warm, remove the kombu seaweed.

When the water boils, put the fish flakes in and boil for about 1 to 2 minutes. If the fish flakes have fallen to the ground, strain.

You can buy dried fish flakes in an asia shop. Kombu seaweed Seaweed and details you can find always at Japanese-Food