Monday, December 24, 2012

Stuffed Tofu GuangXi Style ( 广西酿豆付 )


The next time when i make these again, i'm going to make more. Do not underestimate this plain looking dish,
they are very nice to eat. These tofu puffs are very moist and one bite into these puffs, you will know how juicy it is. I guess the secret lies in the steaming method whereby the steaming dish itself is filled with water, yes..the tofu puffs are sitting on the water during the entire steaming process. Not a single piece of this that i find it dry, very nice.

I'm sure many of you are also gearing up for christmas with last minute shopping and wrapping of presents, enjoy doing that and wishing all of you here Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, have a wonderful celebration!





Recipe ( from Table for 2..or more )
100gm minced pork
50gm fish paste
50gm chives, chopped
1/4tsp salt
1tsp cornstarch
Dash of pepper
8 pieces of tofu puff ( may vary depending on the size of the tofu puff/tofupok)

Method:
1. Mix all of the ingredients above except tofu puff to form a pasty filling.
2.Cut a hole in the tofu puff, stuff in the fillings and fill the tofu puff till full.
3. Arrange the stuffed tofu on a deep steaming dish and fill the dish with boiling water ( half way up)
4. Steam on high heat for 20 minutes.


I am submitting this post to Malaysian Food Fest ( Pahang Month ) hosted by Wendyinkk of Table for 2...or more

45 comments:

  1. You mean, the tofu is soaked in the water and this tactic would "lock" the moist in it? Interesting!

    This dish is perfect to go with chili sauce :)

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  2. Looks like something simple I can manage =) Hmm.. interesting we have to let it sit on water.

    Haha as you can see, I finally found some time to blog. I'm really appreciative of this friendship I found with you.. It meant lots to me, whenever you interact with me on my blog. Gives me the strength to carry on to document my growth and the joy I found in baking.

    Would love to see our friendship continue through the years and here's wishing you a blessed Xmas!

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  3. Looks so delicious, Lena! I could finish the whole plate, make more, and let me know, I might just drop by! :)
    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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  4. Lena,
    I definitely going to make these:D
    By the looks of the "fat fat" tofu puff is already very inviting!! Pass me some please..:p
    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!

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  5. Lena , these stuffed puff tofu look pretty delicious ! Perfect with chili sauce and steamed rice :D

    Happy Holidays !!!

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  6. Lena this is very interesting... dip some with kampung kok chili sauce must be very tasty. Yum Yum.

    Wish you and your family members a very Merry Christmas!

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  7. Lena,
    Wishing u and u family Merry X'mas and Happy New Year :)

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  8. Merry Christmas and Happy 2013 to you and your family!

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  9. So nice, I want to recruit them as members of our hotpot dishes : ).
    You too Lena, Merry X'mas and Happy New Year!

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  10. eileen, hundred eighty degreesDecember 25, 2012 at 12:04 AM

    Hi Lens, just came back from Spain this afternoon... Oh, I miss all the chinese food.. will upload the pics in my blog after sorting... Merry Christmas!!

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  11. These stuffed toufupok looks good! I've been meaning to do another post for Pahang...hopefully soon:))
    Wanna take this opportunity to wish you a wonderful and blissful Christmas my dear friend! Have lots of fun!!

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  12. Lena, tofu and the family memang my number one fav, will tukar pork to prawn, boleh kan?

    Merry Christmas to you and all at home, lena!

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  13. I bookmarked this dish too but don't know when i will cook it :)May peace, happiness and goodwill be with you and your family not only on Christmas, but through out the year and beyond. Wishing you Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.

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  14. Hi Lena, I love tau pok too, usually used for yong tau hu stuffed with fish paste.
    Your this dish look very yummy and inviting.

    Merry Christmas to you and all at home. Have a lovely day ahead.

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  15. Haven't had stuffed tofu in a long long long while. These look mouthwatering, Lena.
    Happy Holidays to you too!

    Angie

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  16. Lena, it sure looks delicious! I will cook this soon :) Wishing you Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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  17. Hi Lena! Dropping by to wish you and your family a very MERRY CHRISTMAS and a fruitful 2013 year ahead!

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  18. Lena, this is so delicious looking. Next time you make more, tell me ahead of time..maybe can drive up to Ipoh just to sample these little morsels. Merry Christmas & Happy New Year to you & family!

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  19. Oh my! Bananaz's favorite tofu pok yum yum. tQ Merry Xmas & Happy Holidays

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  20. Interesting to learn soaking this tofu with water..Merry Christmas!

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  21. Hi Lena,
    Delicious stuff tofu, I will try one day, thanks for sharing, hope you enjoy your christmas holiday. Happy New Year!

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  22. sounds yum! i want to try too, Lena :)
    Merry Xmas! :)

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  23. Thanks for trying this recipe out.
    If you're making more, you can actually boil it.
    Arrange the tofu in a very small pot.. then put in some water, maybe 1/4 way up, Bring it to a boil for 2-3 minutes to set the surface then fill in more water and boil until done. The 'water' becomes soup :)

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  24. Wishing you a Merry Christmas all the way to Malaysia Lena! Your puffs look delicious, such a yummy combination of ingredients!

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  25. So lovely, Lena, I am hungry now.

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  26. Oh! Merry merry christmas sweet friend! These are fabulous! i love the stuffing- chives go so well with pork and what a wonderful presentation these make for a party!

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  27. Simple and yummy. Though I may skip the tofu puffs and use regular tofu or one of the gourds.

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  28. thanks everyone for your commenst and wishes. I am taking a short break now and will be back after the new year. Happy new year to all!

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  29. Hi Lena, hope you had a great Christmas. I've nominated you an award here: http://foodiebaker.com/2012/12/29/gratin-of-potatoes-martha-stewart-and-an-award/ Hope you'll like it. Take care!

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  30. Hi Lena, you sure can come out with dishes that can make people forget dieting or whatever. I sure love this.....looks really delicious. Can see requires some time to do too.
    I guess 8 pieces for me should be fine, ha ha.

    Lena, here's wishing you and all at home a ver happy new year, stay beautiful, and keep a song in your heart.
    Lee.

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  32. Lena, how was your Christmas? Did you go singing and dancing? hehe I wish you are staying nearer to me and for sure, I will persuade you to go either singing or dancing with me. These stuffed tofu looks great and will definitely try making some soon. Happy New Year to you and your family. Wishing you all a great year ahead. Hugs

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  33. Hi Lena! Oops, I missed this posting. This looks really delicious. Now you inspired me to go out and cook this tonight. Wishing you and your family a very Happy New year!

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  34. Looks good! The mince mix makes it delicious. It is not easy to get good quality fish-paste over here. Did you make the paste too?

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  35. Hi Lena, happy new year, and all best wishes.
    Lee.

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  36. Hi Lena, Happy new year to you and wish you all the best in 2013.

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  37. Hi Lena...Happy New Year to you..time is like a flowing river, no water passes beneath your feet twice, much like the river, moments never pass you by again, so cherish every moment that life gives you and have a wonderful New Year my dear...

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  38. Lena , still too lazy to blog ?! lol

    I wish you and your family all the best in 2013 !!! Here's to more scrumptious posts in the year ahead - Cheers !!!

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  39. Hi Lena, Happy New Year to you and family :) Myself not really busy but lazy lah, hahaha. Gonna do my postings already..

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  40. Happy New Year to you and your family, Lena. This looks nice and easy to whip up.

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  41. thanks everyone for your wishes! Hope all of us will have a better year!

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  42. These look great to me! I have always wanted to try using the tofu puffs but didn't know what to do with them. I like a big taste in a little package! :)

    Wishing you a happy New Year Lena!!

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