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Wednesday, May 10, 2017

STEWED BEANCURD WITH PORK

This is the third recipe which I tried from this book.  It is a homey dish, great to go with rice or porridge for lunch or dinner.  The ingredients are easily available and to cook up this dish is not difficult at all.
This dish is healthy, aromatic and tasty with the fragrant seasoning sauce.  You can also substitute the chives with leeks or garlic sprouts etc. 

Recipe adapted from 'Lisa Yam's World' Cookbook with modifications
Ingredients
[serves 3]
120 gm pork tenderloin – sliced
Marinade – 1-2 tsp light soy sauce, dash of msg, 1 tsp oil and cornflour
2 pieces soft beancurd – cut 1.5 cm thick pieces [I used Teochew beancurd]
80 gm chives – cut sections
A few slices of carrots
1-2 tbsp oil
Seasoning Sauce [combined]
2 tsp light soy sauce
¼ tsp salt
1 tsp cooking wine
Dash of msg, pepper and sesame seed oil
1 tsp cornflour
125 ml water

  1. Rinse pork, sliced and marinate with marinade for 15 minutes.
  2. Heat up a non-stick wok, add in oil, pan fry beancurd pieces until golden brown on both sides.  Dish up.
  3. Using the same wok, add in marinated pork pieces to fry until brown and cooked.  Push aside.
  4. Add in carrots, stir fry to combine ingredients.  Add in fried beancurd and pour in seasoning.
  5. Bring sauce to boil for a minute, then add in cut vegetables.  Lightly stir to mix ingredients until sauce is thick.
  6. Dish up to serve with rice.
Cookbook Countdown
I'm linking this post to Cookbook Countdown Event #17 hosted by Joyce of Kitchen Flavours and Emily of Emily's Cooking [Makan2] Foray

4 comments:

Phong Hong said...

Kimmy, this looks delicious as I love beancurd. I could just eat this on its own!

kitchen flavours said...

Such a delicious beancurd dish. This is just the kind of dish that would appeal to all ages!

Kimmy said...

Hi Phong Hong, this kind of recipe is great when we are always in a rush doing our marketing in the morning. Just grab one or two main ingredients and out comes a lovely dish for dinner.

Kimmy said...

Hi Joyce, yes it is great dish suitable for all ages. No worries about rising food prices, this is an economical dish yet tasty and delicious for the family to enjoy.

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