Sign up for FREE eNewsletters to receive our hand-picked healthy recipes, health tips & cooking guides delivered to your mailbox periodically! 100% Spam Free As We Value Your Email Privacy.

Full name   E-mail address   


Heart Healthy Diet Recipes & Atkins Low-Carb Recipes for Weight Loss eBook

To A Heart Health & Low-Carb Regime!

Get Access to Heart Healthy Diet Recipes & Atkins Low-Carb Recipes for Weight Loss

Heart Healthy Diet Recipes & Atkins Low-Carb Recipes for Weight Loss eBook Click Here to Download Now!

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Stir-fried Bean Curd with Minced Meat Recipe | Easy Asian Cooking

Home-cooked Stir-fried Bean Curd with Minced Meat

A variant of steamed bean curd with minced meat and preserved radish. Instead of steaming the beancurd (tofu) with minced meat and preserved radish toppings, this recipe is calling for beancurd to be deep-fried for delicious crispiness before topped with minced meat and shitake mushroom mixture which is mingled well with seasoning and reduced for a scrumptious sauce.  Texturally different, you'll have a soft, crumbly and squishy bean curd interior and crisp-tender exterior, which is nicely balanced by the richness of the accompanying lumpy sauce and the earthiness of shitake mushroom and minced pork belly. Sprinkling of chopped spring onions add a final green touch to the dish, making the dish a feast for the eye and the palate.

Here's the how-to recipe to help you embark on the realm of bean curd. Here you go! 葱香肉松豆腐食谱

Ingredients :
1 box Chinese-style soft bean curd (soft tofu)
1/2 onion, chopped
shitake mushroom, soaked and chopped
100g pork belly, chopped
2 pips garlic, chopped
Some spring onion, sliced

Seasoning :
1 tbsp oyster sauce
1 tsp dark soy sauce
1 tsp light soy sauce
Dash of sugar (to taste)
A pinch of pepper powder
120ml water

Method :

1. Cut bean curd into 2 pieces. Dip into boiling water for a while, pat dry with kitchen paper towels and set aside. Heat up oil in a non-stick skillet, slowly slide in bean curd, keep a watching eyes while deep-frying, turn to the other side to avoid burning. Dish up when the bean curd turn to golden brown. Arrange the deep-fried bean curds onto a serving plate.

2. Remove oil and leave about 2 tbsp oil in the skillet. Saute onion and garlic until fragrant, then add in pork belly and mushroom, stir well and add in seasoning. Stir-fry quickly till gravy is reduced and become thicken. Dish up and pour over the bean curd, then sprinkle with chopped spring onions to garnish.

More on  Healthy Easy Food Recipes 

1 comment:

  1. I love this dish and make it quite often, but with chicken mince coz my family doesn't take red meat! Yours look really inviting! Cheers.

    ReplyDelete

LinkWithin

Blog Widget by LinkWithin