Signature Tofu

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Most Chinese restaurants have their own [tag]Signature Tofu[/tag]. For some including me, this dish reflects the chef’s culinary skill. Although the tofu may differ in size, shape or taste, they are usually fried and come with the same sweet sour sauce. Shown here is a plate of rather bad fried tofu.. So far I haven’t tasted any outstanding Signature Tofu, except one in Melaka which was quite good. The image of the dish is still clear in my memory, steamed tofu layered with lots of minced meat.. yum! :drool:

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vkeong

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7 Responses

  1. allenlyk says:

    ouch! tofu!!! yaks!!!!!!!! ( :P I don’t eat tofu so just ignore me :P )

    Anyway, HAPPY NEW YEAR 2007!!!

  2. Danny Ong says:

    Hehehehe.. Tofu? they look more like fish cakes…

  3. teddY says:

    Happy new year vkeong! Yahoo! :D May wealth, health, prosperity and luck be with you ;)

  4. Piang says:

    you can try Ah Chong’s in Chai Leng Park, their steamed tofu dish with minced meat is not bad at all

  5. joaquimtan says:

    Fooyorr… those tofus look really dry!
    (Haha… yeah – it’s really hard to find outstanding tofu but if you find it please post it up! I love tofu!)
    :)

    (Oh, and thanks for linking me….)

  6. XiuxIn says:

    My fifth aunty know to do that zhao pai dou fu. ^_~ She do one also very nice.

  7. anonymous says:

    TOFU ROCKKS THE HELL OUT OF MIIE!!!

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