Fried Tofu with Bean Sprouts

Tofu, also known as bean curd, is a food made by coagulating soy milk and then pressing the resulting curds into soft white blocks. It is a component in East Asian and Southeast Asian cuisines.[1][2] Tofu can be soft, firm, or extra firm. Tofu has a subtle flavor and can be used in savory and sweet dishes. It is often seasoned or marinated to suit the dish.

Tofu-making was first recorded during the Chinese Han dynasty some 2,000 years ago.[3] Chinese legend ascribes its invention to prince Liu An (179–122 BC). Tofu and its production technique were introduced into Korea[when?] and then Japan[4][5][6] during the Nara period (710–794). Some scholars believe tofu arrived in Vietnam during the 10th and 11th century.[7] It spread into other parts of Southeast Asia as well.[8] This spread probably coincided with the spread of Buddhism because it is an important source of protein in the vegetarian diet of East Asian Buddhism.[4] Li Shizhen in the Ming Dynasty described a method of making tofu in the Compendium of Materia Medica.[9]

Tofu has a low calorie count and relatively large amounts of protein. It is high in iron, and depending on the coagulants used in manufacturing (e.g. calcium chloride, calcium sulfate, magnesium sulfate), it can have a high calcium or magnesium content.

The term tofu is used by extension for similarly textured curdled dishes that do not use soy products, such as “almond tofu” (almond jelly), tamago-dōfu (ja) (egg), goma-dōfu (ja) (sesame), or peanut tofu (Chinese 落花生豆腐 luòhuāshēng dòufu and Okinawan jīmāmi-dōfu (ja)).(wikipedia.org)

Ingredients n steps:

  • Mix 100gr Wheat Flour with 5 Garlic (blended), salt for taste,  1/2tsp Pepper, 2tbsp sweetrice flour, 2 Green onion n Wate (200-300ml) until thick.
  • Prepare tofu, cut the middle n put bean sprout there. Dip tofu in flour mixture then fried until cooked.
  • Enjoy fried tofu with hot sweet soy sauce, cuko or chili sauce. Nice cooking all..
 
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