Braised Tofu [Boys New Favourite]

Braised Tofu in Tomato Sauce

Braised tofu in tomato sauce, another simple tofu dish I cooked for my boys. All vegetables in this dish are my elder boy's favourite. He refused to try at first thought that it was a spicy dish judging form its colour. Could that also be categorized as "hot stove effect"?


Braised Tofu in Tomato Sauce

Ingredients:
2 tubes egg tofu aka Japanese tofu
Corn flour for coating tofu
Handful sweet peas
Handful baby corns
Handful sliced carrot
2 cloves garlic, finely chopped
Oil for pan-fry

Sauce:
3 tbsp ketchup
1 tsp Worcestershire sauce
1 tsp oyster sauce
1 tsp light soy sauce
1 tsp sugar
½ cup water
Salt to taste

Methods:
  1. Bring some water to a boil, add pinch of salt and poach all vegetable. Drain.
  2. Cut each tube of tofu into desired size then coat with corn flour.
  3. Heat a wok/frying pan, add some oil then pan-fry tofu with medium heat till brown slightly on both sides. Transfer tofu into a plate and drain all oil in wok.
  4. Use the same wok, add in garlic and all ingredients for sauce. Bring to a boil, then return tofu into wok.
  5. Cook till sauce is reduced a little, add in poached vegetable. Stir gently not to break the tofu.
  6. Transfer to serving plate, serve warm with steamed rice.

Comments :

5 comments to “Braised Tofu [Boys New Favourite]”
Janine said...
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I thought it was a spicy dish at first too! Love the additions of corn and peas, now I know what else to add for my tofu dish :D

Simply Life said...
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wow, I definitely need to try making tofu like this -thanks!

Eat Only Lar! said...
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And I thought it was spicy too! Guess it was the tomato that gave the red look to it? It looks so good! This is what I call comfort food. =)

tigerfish said...
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It's not easy to fry egg tofu so perfectly and you have done so :)

I enjoy tomato-based sauce and gravy. This is definitely delicious.

Linda said...
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I love Japanese tofu - it's silky and smooth, especially when it's cooked ala clay pot. I never tried adding tomatoes, though so I'm gonna give it a shot.

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