Thursday, August 25, 2011

Egg Fried Dried Tofu and Vegetables

Ever since the start of Ramadan up to this very day, when we're hungry, we tend to think about different kinds of food to eat when iftar comes along. Unfortunately, there are no Bazaar Ramadan and such in Dublin so having meals home-cooked is the only real viable solution. Since it's only the two of us (my husband and I) who actually eat a full meal, every alternate day, I'll try to cook something different such as an appertizer or a dessert to add to the main meal so that we won't get bored with the same dish. For example,  i've made sardine rolls, Roti John, Prawn fritters, etc. etc.

And, this is Dried Tofu with Eggs and Vegetables that I've been making for most of the past few weeks. It's so simple but yet so tasty. A relatively healthy source of protein to sustain you for the remaining fasting days ahead too...

To make it, you will need:

Fried Tofu (about a handful will do)
Eggs (or leftover egg whites from making all those Raya cookies) - the amount of eggs depend on the amount of tofu you have.
1 Carrot finely chopped
1 Spring Onion finely chopped
Salt and Pepper to taste

And this is how you can make it:

Combine all the ingredients except for tofu in a bowl. Cut the tofu in the middle with an "X" shape. Take out all the tofu "flesh" and put it in the bowl with the rest. Turn the tofu inside out so it's shaped like a flower cup.

Heat oil in a small pot or deep fryer. Make sure you have enough oil to completely submerge the entire tofu. Put 2 teaspoons of egg mixture in the prepared tofu and deep fry until golden brown. Toss the tofu to rain any excess oil and serve with sweet garlic chili sauce.

PS: Feel free to add meat like minced beef or chicken or even shrimps/prawn in the mixture - for an added difference.


Ermayum said...

memang sedap but deep fry hehe

dear selamat hari raya and minta maaf salah silap tulis komen ye
u have a great n happy raya ye
jauh dimata but high in the "spirit" aidik fitri tu sendiri

i balik kg hub trenganu sat ni :)

Sumaiyyah said...

It looks yummy! For some reason I don't really like tofu, but I bet I could a whole plateful of that delicious-looking dish you made.

Takpe, Kak Nana, my Mum cooks everyday and we rarely buy anything from Bazaar Ramadhan, so you're not missing out on much (nak tolong sedapkan hati hehe)

O'gosh said...

yum..yum..always wondering how to prepare that..thanks..

Anyway, Selamat Hari Raya dear..

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