Thursday, April 01, 2010

Marinated Tofu with Garlic Sauce

My two garlic sauces are too wonderful to keep all to the pork belly. Here they are again on some marinated tofu.

Marinated Tofu with Sesame-Soy Garlic Sauce

Marinated tofu is firm tofu marinated in some sort of five-spice flavor. It is usually sold labelled as "marinated tofu". Or, one can simply buy firm tofu to use. Trust me, you won't lack for flavor with these garlic sauces.

Simply slice the tofu, drizzle garlic sauce, and enjoy!

Visit our White Pork with Garlic Sauce, Two Ways (蒜泥白肉) post for the recipes!

Marinated Tofu with Garlic "Mud" Sauce

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  1. Our blogs are matching with both tofu and garlic sauce today! Great minds think alike I guess :P

  2. I don't think I've ever had marinated tofu but now I'm curious. There's this thing in Japan where they ferment tofu covered in miso. It gets hard and salty like a cheese. I wonder if this is something similar...

  3. Hah, much much healthier than the pork belly ;) Which one do you prefer?? :)

  4. Joanne:
    Of course!

    Oh, these ones actually just taste like reguklar ol' firm tofu to me. There's stinky tofu that's left to "rot" (or ferment, hehe), but I have yet to eat those.

    Actually, the tofu's not bad. ;)

  5. One pungent and heavily-tasting, another one plain. Combine them and a perfect balance. :D

  6. tigerfish:
    With garlic + garlic action, one can't go wrong.


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