What to do with Deep Fried Tofu

Tofu Squares

These are tofu squares. In fact, it is Deep Fried Tofu, available from any Asian or Chinese Grocery.

For a quick snack, pan fry without any additional oil. Sprinkle with Sea Salt (preferable Celtic Sea Salt) and black or white pepper.

You can eat them as they are, or top them with grated carrot and daikon, and some bean sprouts. I like them on their own.

Eat. Enjoy. Yum.


From The Tofu and Paneer  Series



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21 Responses to What to do with Deep Fried Tofu

  1. Suganya says:

    Hello VegeYum, Thanks for visiting my blog. I was searching for an ID to mail you, but couldn’t find one. Answering yr question, Thiruvadhirai falls on the 24th Dec this year, based on our Lunar calendar. I hope this helps :)


  2. shivapriya says:

    I get tofu but never tried this. sounds interesting, I’m not sure about eating plain but sounds good to put in a curry as this will save sometime from frying tofu and also some extra calories.:)


  3. bee says:

    gosh, gal, you make tofu look so glamorous.


  4. VegeYum says:

    Hi sivapriya, yes it would go great in curries, or even floating in a plate of soup! Make sure that you get “Tofu Puffs” or “Fried Tofu Squares” for this. Yummy.

    Hi bee, yeah, tofu is definitely under rated. I really like it.


  5. Bordeaux says:

    I’ve been craving tofu this whole week but could not think of something to do with it. Now I know. To the grocer I go.


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  7. VegeYum says:

    Bordeaux, so glad I inspired you. Looking forward to hearing the results. VY


  8. milz says:

    VegeYum, thanks for visiting my blog. I followed to your blog and I love it!

    It’s funny, I am just exploring the variety of fried tofu in my Korean Supermarket. This is something you can get hooked with. They are so delicious that I couldn’t even write about it… I first had to digest :-) I’ll let you know when I have it posted.


  9. VegeYum says:

    hi milz. I am enjoying learning more about Korean food from your blog. I agree with you – you can certainly get hooked on all kinds of tofu. Love to know when you have posted it. Thanks for visiting.


  10. foodieguide says:

    Yum! We had fried tofu puffs yesterday, in a Chinese hot pot meal that I did at home. They’re my vegetarian husband’s favourite! Have a look at the photos – under How to Make Chinese Hot Pot…Helen Yuet Ling

    I have only just caught up on your comment, after all this time! Don’t you just love tofu puffs. I will revisit your post.


  11. Camila says:

    wow — thanks for linking to my blog! I’m glad you liked my goofy little recipe.

    I have been absolutely loving your travel pictures, by the way!

    I love your blog camila. Love reading all about your (mis)adventures! And yr explorations in food. Thanks for your lovely comments about my pics. I get such enjoyment out of reliving my travels.


  12. A-kay says:

    Thanks for linking my grilled / baked tofu. Love your pan-fry tofu – your pic is so nice. I wish I can eat it right NOW!

    Hi A-kay, we will have to stop meeting like this :-). I love fried tofu.


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