STEAMED TOFU WITH LAKSA LEAVES AND SALT PEPPER
Tofu has long been regarded as a healthy ingredient alternative among the Vietnamese vegetarian community. Tofu is often included in meals, adding flavor to vegetarian meals. This kind of soybean-based cuisine is processed in several ways, resulting in a broad variety of meals.
Have you heard of Steamed Tofu with Laksa Leaves and Salt Pepper? This is a rustic street meal from western Vietnam that has recently gained popularity. If not, Anchay.vn and Food Blogger Duong Yen Nhi (Accnhi) will demonstrate how to prepare this delectable meal.
With an extremely stimulating taste, an aromatic of laksa leaves, the rich salty flavor of salt and pepper, and the fatty and rich flavor of tofu, it also wins over newcomers. Gather the ingredients and make a quick trip to the kitchen to prepare this rustic Steamed Tofu with Laksa Leaves and Salt Pepper!
- Tofu: The best way to reheat tofu is in a steamer. First, rinse and drain the tofu. Ensure the tofu has drained by hitting it with a paper towel. Next, reheat the tofu in the steamer for 5-6 minutes or until heated through.
- Remove the tofu from the steamer and set it aside for a few minutes. Then, without cutting it in half, spread some salt and pepper and drizzle with kumquat juice.
- After that, add some ground chili and laksa leaves to form a sandwich. Take advantage of this simple and easy vegetarian meal by adding sliced cucumber as well!
Steamed Tofu with Laksa Leaves and Salt Pepper could be made in only a few minutes, according to this recipe from Anchay.vn and Food Blogger Duong Yen Nhi (Accnhi). On a rainy day, this flavorful dish with cucumber will be a pleasant surprise. Make this rustic Steamed Tofu with Laksa Leaves and Salt Pepper dish for the whole family this weekend!