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Thursday, 28 February 2013

Eat Mommy Ling's Taufu?

 The title piqued your interest? LOL.... Oppss...sorry...I was busy opening Pressie from Kakak Lydia.


On Papa birthday, Mamarazzi cooked a taufu dish.Ever since she tasted the Taufu dish that Mommy Ling gave her some time ago, she had tried to duplicate it but....*sigh*


Here are the ingredients she used. A packet of Taufu Pok, minced meat, diced mushroom, spring onions, carrot and some garlic (for frying)

 Mixed everything together. Add a bit of white pepper, corn flour and salt(taste)

 Poke a hole in the taufu pok and stuffed everything in till it's "pui-pui"(Fat). At the very last minute, Mamarazzi decided to stuff in a piece of fresh scallop each.


 Then "fry" them with a bit of oil in her HCP.

then cook it  again in the wok with some garlic, water and oyster sauce. This round tasted better but it's still by far inferior to what Mommy Ling had given her before.

Ah Mah felt it's still too hard. Hmm...maybe next time should add some diced prawns to make the meat smoother?.


49 comments:

  1. Looks good. Looks like auberage tofu.
    Aloha

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  2. Mamarazzi is so rajin to cook this dish - so much work! I am sure it tastes very nice - so "hao liao" with a fresh scallop in each of them, yum! yum!

    Is it hard because you used good quality lean minced meat instead of those >70% fat and <30% meat minced meat mixture?

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    1. could be la coz I didnt hoose the meat just went pasar and asked for minced meat

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  3. The tofu looks good! Certainly doesn't look like it's a simple dish to make.. so many steps! Deserves a pat on mammarazzi's back! :)

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  4. Wahhh..i think the final result is very good.

    My mom's version has minced meat, kow choi and dried prawn and some minced garlic.

    Great job there, Mama Kucing!

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    1. oooh itu maciam ah...byut the gravy how ah?

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  5. It looks good though! Maybe the minced meat should have some fats and can add an egg into the minced meat mixture.

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    1. oooh...add egg ah...did not add wor....

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  6. Looks very nice and must be yummy too! My mom also cooks this dish quite well, can't wait to go back this May!

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  7. Mommy Ling's so good. How come she never cooked let me try. Tell her I no friend her liao...

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  8. Thumbs up to mamarazzi. This yong tou foo looks beautiful and yummy.

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  9. oh this stuffed toufu pok looks good leh, somemore comes with the gravy, very nice dish for a bowl of piping hot steam rice!!

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    1. this time mamarazzi follow bulat-bulat the recipe from Mommy Ling?? hehehe, i thought mamarazzi will twist a little and comes with her own creation..

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    2. hmmm, if i were to twist that a little maybe i will add in some shrimps and water-chestnut bits to add more chewiness for the stuffing..

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    3. hahah the gravy not nice enough la the one Mommy Ling's mom made ones are nicer.


      No follow lor that is why not nice lor....

      ahhh water crest...yummmm ho chiak.

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  10. Nice try.....I love taufu pok stuffed with meat+fish paste.....

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  11. Whoah!

    So nice lah...

    Got scallop some more.

    Auntie Lina loves scallop wor... ;)

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    1. hahaha...yum yum....kira boleh makan la

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  12. Aiyak!

    The handsome CNY photo on the header now changed already to "the store promo" photo pulak! ;p

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  13. Haha ya, your title is a bit misleading, haha xD

    Anyway, the taufu looks yummy! Next time got chance please belanja me ok!

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  14. Such yummy fillings! Scallops some more.. Hard? Maybe fried too long? Next time fry little while and stew it longer instead.. or perhaps add in more cornflour for smoother paste? Speaking from an amateur.. heheehe...

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  15. and that seems yummy to me
    they were like chicken balls

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  16. but then it was a ball version of
    lumpia rolls i guess that would be perfect with ketchup

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    1. or better yet in a sweet and sour dip, if dry ofcourse
      hmm i guess i like it that way

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    2. yup great with ketchup or chili sauce

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  17. so waht do you got?
    what was in the gift?
    oh i miss opening gift boxes

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  18. have a great day and happy blogging small kucing
    take the best of care and god bless you always

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  19. I like the new header! and looks like the food was enjoyed too

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  20. YUM.... that looks delicious. I can tell that Small Kucing really liked it.

    Cute header... He's so handsome.

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  21. Nice! Yong tau foo! Got scallop somemore..

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