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Chilled Tofu With Soy Sauce

This tofu dish is very easy to prepare and it’s healthy too. Tofu or Bean curd is very versatile, there are so many ways to enjoy the healthy goodness of tofu. This is just an example of a simple home cooked tofu dish. Well, not exactly "cooked"; but, just simply add some oil and soy sauce, sprinkle with some scallions and you are all set! :-)

Chilled Tofu With Soy Sauce


1 packet of chilled Soft Tofu, drained
2 1/2 Tbsp Soy Sauce
2 Tbsp Peanut Oil
3 Shallots, sliced
2 stalks Scallions, chopped


In a small saucepan, fry the shallots with peanut oil until golden brown in color. Remove the shallots and place them on top of the tofu.

Turn the heat off and pour in the soy sauce into the oil and let it sizzle for a while. Pour the oil and soy mixture on top of the tofu and sprinkle with some scallions. Serve immediately.


  1. i have done something similar recently expect I steamed the tofu for a few minutes and frying the shallots in normal cooking oil, which results in shallot oil which I LOVE SO MUCH :)

  2. oh i love tofu and this looks really simple and yummy!

  3. @Mrs Ergül: Thanks for the comment.Oh yes, sometimes I do steam the tofu if I'm cooking with other toppings. I love shallot oil too! They do make the dishes taste better.

  4. Hey Kaitlyn, do try the recipe. They are really easy to prepare :)

  5. Hi,
    I love tofu and this simple one is yummilicous!

  6. WoW!!! Angie your Tofu so lovely and I can feel how smooth and delicious. May I follow your recipe and make it some time. I love tofu also. ;)

  7. @Elinluv: Yes! Simple yet delish!
    @ Tan.wiratchada: Of course, you can use my recipe and enjoy :)

  8. mmm! i make this all the time, only i steam the tofu since it's too cold here to be eating cold food... also, i use sesame oil. (:

  9. Hey mina, yes during winter it's a good idea to steam the tofu and sesame oil sounds good to me too:)

  10. my husband had never cooked with tofu before we met. he grew up eating his japanese grandmother's homemade tofu cold with soy sauce

  11. @SpookyMama: Wow! Home-made tofu sounds delicious to me :)


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