Step 1: Slice the tofu into roughly 1/2 cm thick slices and arrange them on a plate. Step 5: Once the tofu is ready, pour the mince over the tofu. Thanks for the great recipe. While steaming the tofu, heat up some oil in a wok and fry garlic until golden brown. Steamed Tofu with Minced Meat step by step. For the topping, the mince and mushroom can both be optional, so you can make this a purely veggie version by substituting the stock with veg stock and only using mushrooms for the topping. I haven't worked with silky tofu in a meal yet, only in smoothies. Mixed well … Remove the excess water and set aside. Add in the scallions, red chili, sesame oil, salt and sugar (to taste) and white pepper powder. :). Step 3: In a separate pan, add a little oil, heat and drop in the minced garlic, and once it sizzles, drop in the mince, mushrooms, salt and sugar. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. For advertising infomation, food/cooking related product reviews or for any reason.... please email me. You can also add prawns to it.Pigpig corner, yeap.Ummi, you can always use Japanese tofu for this dish. Heat up pan with a bit of oil and fry garlic and onions until fragrant. Add the garlic and saute until fragrant. Marinade minced meat with ingredients in (B) for 5 minutes. Mix the salt and stock powder with a few tbsps of water and pour this over the tofu. 5) While steaming in process, pan fried the minced pork with a little oil till fragrant. Meanwhile in small bowl mixed the Sauce and drizzle over meat and tofu. 1. Add the minced meat and stir-fry until it becomes aromatic. A great combination with the tofu and mushrooms. Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. 1 tsp stock powder Stir fry minced meat and mushroom. 3. 5) While steaming in process, pan fried the minced pork with a little oil till fragrant. Add in mushroom, stir fry for a minute, add sugar, soy sauce and pepper and immediately stir in the chicken stock. add in mushroom and fried shallot and stirfry for 2-3 mins. This looks divine. If you are interested in using the contents or photographs please ask for permission first. Here comes another steamed recipe for this week – tofu with minced pork and mushrooms this time. Either serve directly or allow to cool. Steam tofu for 10 minutes. In mixing bowl add the pork, mushroom and other ingredients. 3. I would love to hear from you. Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. shall explore either at carre4 or jusco. Drop this into a steamer and steam for 10-15 minutes. Lots of gravy too to go with the rice. https://kitchenmisadventures.com/recipes/tofu-minced-pork-mushrooms Add in the water, oyster sauce, soy sauce and bring it to boil. Change ). Thanks, Featured on Saveur Magazine's Best of the Web, Steamed Tofu with Minced Meat and Mushroom, Hakka Braised Pork with Black Fungus (Char Yoke). Place tofu on the plate and add weight on tofu to extract excess water. 2 tbsps rice wine. 4. That's the kind of dish we all need in the new year. Check the taste and add sugar or salt to neutralize. In a similar way to the aubergine and mushroom recipes from the previous weeks, the basis of the recipe is to steam the… Wow, never thought to put mushrooms like that on top. Ingredients 1 tsp salt This one can be served hot or cold, so is good for spring and summer. Here comes another steamed recipe for this week - tofu with minced pork and mushrooms this time. Place the tofu on a plate and topped with the … Nice addition! 1 spring onion Ingredients • Block of silken tofu • Olive oil • 100g mince pork (seasoned with a little salt, white pepper, fish sauce and oyster sauce) • 1 shiitake mushroom, reconstituted and finely diced • 2 sprig spring onion - white part only, finely diced • 2 garlic cloves, crushed • ½ teaspoon grated ginger • pinch of salt, white pepper, sugar - to taste Pinch of sugar Looks good! In this case, because tofu does not lose water as easily as veggies, we are steaming it with a little stock and salt. I'll definitely be trying this out. They taste pretty much the same.Vg, ok.Kevin, thank you.Lesley, Carlos will never ever go near to tofu. They taste almost the same :)Leemei, yeap. Please do not alter, transform or build upon any aspect of her work without prior consent. My email address is at my profile. yay!How's that new camera working out? :). Add the meat and carrots and stir-fry for 2-3 minutes. Cat, this dish will be good for your diet :)Little Inbox, I always like this kind of easy dish.Wondering Chopstick, yea we need this kind of dish after all the eating last year :)Pinky, this is a very easy dish to prepare.