Weekends for me is my time to experiment new things, be it on accessories and cooking. Last Saturday, I though of cooking the Japanese tofu I bought in the grocery. Japanese tofu has a gelatinous texture and smoother than ordinary tofu, or “tokwa” in Filipino. I prefer Japanese tofu than ordinary ones because it has richer taste. This recipe is very easy and housewives can definitely cook this for their husbands.
What you’ll need:
1 pack Japanese Tofu cut into squares (similar cut with chicken nuggets)
1 egg (beaten)
Canola oil (for frying)
As I’ve said, this is very easy, first dip the tofu squares into the egg and roll them over the bread crumbs. The bread crumbs will give the crunch to the tofu once cooked. Deep fry the tofu squares until golden brown. Drain excess oils in paper towels. You can pour the Teriyaki Sauce over the tofu squares or put it on the side as a dipping sauce. See, this can’t get any easier than this. You can also use “toyomansi” (soy sauce + calamansi) instead of Teriyaki Sauce as a dipping sauce. Enjoy!