We love our mums, and want them to be happy and healthy; so for this Mother’s Day, try cooking a flavorful hot and sour soup that is not only tingly for the taste buds, but also great for a family dinner!
Agedashi tofu is a simple way to serve hot tofu. The Tsuyu sauce is light, the best way to highlight the deep complex flavours of Vitasoy Sprouted Egg Tofu.
The tofu is deep fried, leaving the outer shell crispy and the inside creamy soft. Its topped with grated daikon, a cloud of bonito flakes and a sprinkling of thinly sliced spring onions. The savoury Tsuyu sauce is poured around it. The dish is usually served piping hot, so be cautious in not burning your mouth!
This is a super simple and light dish which works great (The meat filling is also really simple to make!) when paired with other heavy tasting dishes. We used Vitasoy Organic Sprouted Tofu, which has this great natural soybean-ey aroma and silky smooth texture. Combine that with steaming – a delicate cooking technique which draws […]
Fans of spicy food rejoice!!! How many of you have had this experience where you’ve eaten something so spicy, but yet it’s so good you just can’t stop? We know this so well! This is the perfect example of that type of dish! Trust us when we say that Vitasoy Organic Sprouted Tofu tastes good […]
Beat the heat & Chill out with this refreshing and flavourful dish!
Tofu is absolutely delicious when eaten chilled in flavour, and the use of Vitasoy Organic Sprouted Tofu makes it even better. When paired with the taste of century eggs, it creates a unique blend of flavour and texture. The final touch of adding floss adds an interesting layer to this dish!
One of the more popular ways to enjoy yong tau fu. This method of serving yong tau hu originated from Ampang, KL.
Next up on our CNY recipes is another awesome dish that’s oh-so-easy to make!
Braised tofu with dried scallops go extremely well with abalone sauce – it’s healthy, tasty, and something to indulge in during your reunion dinners. We chose to use Vitasoy Organic Sprouted Pressed Tofu for that creamier taste that pairs very well in this dish.
Chye poh or preserved radish bits makes an excellent savoury topping for any dish. When fried in oil, It releases this concentrated radish aroma and is sweet and crispy at the same time. This goes so well with the deep fried tofu which is crusty on the outside and soft on the inside.
As opposed to a furiously sizzling hot plate, a claypot is believed to be able to retain heat and keep food bubbling hot while also retaining the flavours. The key is to use square pressed tofu that can retain its shape after frying.
Many people may argue that the use of a hot plate is simply for the visual factor. But one can’t deny the fact that the SIZZLING eggs on the hot plate when topped with the spicy bean paste sends bursts of shiiiiiok-ness and aroma through all your senses!