Simple Tofu and Pork with Thick Chinese-style Gravy Sauce

Source : Break Up The Tofu With Your Hands And Heat In The Microwave For About 3 Minutes To Evaporate The Water Alternatively You Can Squeeze Out The Excess Wat...

PreTime
more Minutes
CookTime
a few Minutes
Yield
Some Servings

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at : June 28, 2021

Step:

  1. Break up the tofu with your hands and heat in the microwave for about 3 minutes to evaporate the water. Alternatively you can squeeze out the excess water in the tofu wrapped in paper towels.

    Simple Tofu and Pork with Thick Chinese-style Gravy Sauce recipe step 1 photo
  2. Mix the ingredients together.

  3. Heat some sesame oil (not included in the recipe. Vegetable oil will be OK) in a frying pan. Add the pork (this time I used ground pork) and stir fry until thoroughly cooked.

    Simple Tofu and Pork with Thick Chinese-style Gravy Sauce recipe step 3 photo
  4. Add the tofu in the pan. Stir fry it a little. Season with black pepper. Stir in the seasonings and simmer until soup thickens. Done! Sprinkle on chopped scallions if you like.

    Simple Tofu and Pork with Thick Chinese-style Gravy Sauce recipe step 4 photo

Ingredients

  1. 1 block Tofu (silken or firm)
  2. 100 grams Pork (either offcuts or ground pork will be OK)
  3. 1 Pepper
  4. 3 tbsp ●Ponzu
  5. 2 tbsp ●Sugar
  6. 2 tsp ● Chinese soup stock or Weipa
  7. 100 ml ●Water
  8. 1 tbsp ● Katakuriko
  9. 1 Green onions or scallions

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