Steamed Tofu with Mushrooms for Soft Textured Food Lovers
Have you ever seen tofu in real life, or even tried tofu? There are many types of tofu, especially those sold in the Asian Market with a soft texture plus egg.
In Indonesia, the popular tofu is the yellow one with the white one. Both types we often cook in our family. But my favorite is white tofu which I have often shared on my blog with you guys.
The reason I prefer white tofu today is that it has a softer texture than yellow tofu. Also at this time, the taste of yellow tofu is a bit sour in my area, maybe it's also influenced by the ingredients that have changed from the original.
This time I will make a new menu from tofu that I have never cooked. I tried this menu after I felt bored with the tofu menu that I had been cooking so far.
I mix tofu with mushrooms. Maybe this looks very ordinary because the colors of these two ingredients, which are both white, do not vary. But I only have these ingredients in the pantry and haven't shopped at the market yet. So I think this is not a problem. Anyway, in my opinion, this would be a delicious combination. Moreover, the taste of mushrooms is like the taste of chicken meat with a pleasant texture.
- Red chili
- red onions
- spring onions
- soy sauce
- bay leaves
- Seasoning such as salt, and a little sugar.
Serve this side dish while it's warm. Can be served with rice, potatoes, or another your favorite staple food.
Sometimes I only eat this meal without rice. Sometimes I also try to eat it with rice, also with a sprinkling of fried onions and fresh spring onions.
For a menu that is my first time making this, I am happy with the results that taste delicious and have a super soft texture.
For non-vegan menus and for even softer results, you can use egg tofu or silk tofu.
I'm sure this menu will make you fall in love with its softness. Also, the taste of the mushrooms that would be a pity to miss of course.
This steamed tofu is easy to make and can save you time while preparing other things when making this menu. Especially if preparing for breakfast, this will really help save time in the morning. You can while preparing yourself to be ready to work while waiting for this steamed tofu dish to cook.
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Anggrek Lestari is an Indonesian fiction writer who has published two major books. Now She is a full-time content creator. She has a goal to share life, poem, and food content that makes others happy and can get inspiration.
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