Vegetarian Yong Tau Foo (Stuffed Tofu)

Yesterday, Mum cooked the Dried Flat noodle with organic vegetables plus Yong Tau Foo,酿豆腐

 (Stuffed tofu).

Yong Tau Foo is a Hakka Origin dish, it’s so common in Asia countries.

For vegetarian Yong To Fu,  We used the tofu (either Fried or soft tofu) heaped with vegetarian paste which consists of:

1. Black fungus

2. Mushroom

3. Carrot

4. Beancurd

5. Turnip

6. Chili

7. A bit of organic flour, pepper, sesame oil, himalayan salt, organic sugar

You can apply the vegetarian paste to others, e.g. Organic Eggplant, Organic shiitake mushroom, Organic lady finger, organic Green chili and others.

You can either steam or fried.

It’s all depend on your preferences .

A good match for the Yong Tau Foo. If you like, you can prepare soup for the Yong Tau Foo.

You are the master of cooking, do whatever you like.

Dried flat Hakka noodle with soya sauce, pepper and oil. It's nice!
Dried flat Hakka noodle with soya sauce, pepper and oil. It’s nice!
Vegetarian Stuffed Tofu and Vegetarian Stuffed shiitake Mushroom.
Vegetarian Stuffed Tofu and Vegetarian Stuffed shiitake Mushroom.
Vegetarian stuffed Lady finger, Brinjal and also chili.
Vegetarian stuffed Lady finger, Brinjal and also chili.

You still can enjoy great food even though you are a vegetarian.

There is no limitation, all depend on your innovation and also determination to cook a great food.

Change your mind and change your eating habit, you can be a vegetarian.

To be vegetarian is the fastest way to save our mother of earth and reduce carbon dioxide.

Our greatest gratitude to all vegetarian who are contributing in saving animal life and also leaving behind a better world for next generation.

“Non-violence leads to the highest ethics, which is the goal of all evolution. Until we stop harming all other living beings, we are still savages” ~ Thomas Edison

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One thought on “Vegetarian Yong Tau Foo (Stuffed Tofu)

  1. Wow, I never thought of using carrot, tofu, and turnip to make the paste vegetarian. I have been craving vegetarian yong tau foo for a long time! I will try this and let you know how it goes! 🙂

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