Fried Tofu with Salted Egg
- Preparation time: 15 minutes
- Cook time: 20 minutes
Tofu is a popular ingredients of Vietnamese cuisines. Try this new dish of Fried tofu with Salted Egg and let us know what you think.
- 1 pack of soft tofu
- 2-3 salted eggs.
- 3 Tbsp corn starch flour
- 1 Tbsp custard powder
- Salt, pepper, cooking oil
- Small spring onion
- Cut tofu into small square pieces
- Clean spring onion and slice into small short pieces
- Boil salted eggs, peel away its outer layer and take the egg yolks
- Grind egg yolks thoroughly
- Mix corn starch flour and custard powder together. Roll tofu pieces with this mixture and then fry them until they become crispy and golden brown.
- Pick up fried tofu pieces into a plate
- Pour some cooking oil into the pan, put ground egg yolks in and stir regularly, then season with salt.
- Put fried tofu in and stir so that egg yolks can stick to each tofu piece. Pick up tofu pieces into a plate
- Put sliced spring onion into the pan, stir until it smells. Put onion on tofu, sprinkle with pepper
This dish is served hot with Soya-sauce and cooked rice.
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