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TOFU STEAKS Vietnamese style
This dish is always a winner at home
I love how easy it is to use tofu, you can fry it, cook it, give it all kinds of flavour and the kids just LOVE IT (and adults too 😁)
We didn't like the pak choi here (too bitter for us) so I'll have to do some research on that.
The sauce did however fit with eggplants and shiitake mushrooms
Adapted Recipe from Bosh below
A blok of firm tofu
(I used tofu from The Hobbit, they use locally grown organic soy)
2,5cm freshly grated ginger
1 crushed smoked garlic clove
Some fresh red chilli (or chilli powder for the kids)
Juice of 1 lime
Grapeseed oil for frying
80g brown sugar
4tbsp soy or tamari sauce
100ml coconut water
Press the tofu wrapped in kitchen paper for about 30min
Then cut your tofu in half ,then in half again to obtain 4 squares of about 1,5cm in width.
Roll them in cornflour
In a frying pan or wok, fry each tofu steak in grapeseed oil till a light golden brown colour.
Take them out and reserve them on a plate with kitchen paper
Combine all other ingrédients in the wok or frying pan.
Stir well so that the sugar disolves and cook for about 15min
The sauce will reduce and thicken.
Add your tofu steaks and cover them in sauce.
It's best eaten with rice.
You can add sesame seeds or chopped spring onions for garnish
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