tofu

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Synonyms for tofu

cheeselike food made of curdled soybean milk

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I have always avoided beancurd before coming to China but I have been eating loads of it since getting here.
For marinade: 2tbsp light soy sauce, 2tbsp rice wine, 2tbsp sugar, 1tbsp whole yellow bean sauce, 2tbsp finely chopped garlic, 2tbsp hoisin sauce, 2tbsp fermented red beancurd, 1tbsp five-spice powder, salt and black pepper method?
Deep-fried beancurd was very pleasant - crisp on the outside and squidgy within.
Red, the luckiest colour on the Oriental palette, heralds a bright future so any reddish dish, such as Chinese roast pork, should go down well and beancurd is all about dreams of wealth and happiness coming true.
These are matched with several tantalising choices such as the steamed pomegranate dumplings of diced vegetables and pistachio, crispy turnover stuffed with shrimps, apple and mango, and fried beancurd roll with shrimp.
Stir-fried beancurd with cashew nuts, mushroom, onion, peppers and roasted chilli sauce, pounds 6.
Xu also recorded some street scenes that were similar to what Lin described: beggars sitting on the roadside, smoking cigarettes and drinking wine, beside a stove and cooking utensils with fresh cooked foods - chicken, hams, beancurd - in front of them.
At the moment we have nine different kinds of sushi, made from rice, raw and cooked fish, soy beancurd and pickled ginger using many imported Japanese products.
The native Manchurian Chinese name for salmon is dahmhahaa (eaten stewed with beancurd in winter time).
revving up our appetite, we went for the deep- fried beancurd and shiitake quilted with dried red curry and the wok- fried morning glory with chilli and oyster sauce as a mark of respect to our vegetarian friends.
Firecrackers oysters, fish, seaweed, lobster, abalone, exotic roots, lotus seeds, seaweed, bamboo shoots and dried beancurd.
The Zhujun International mini-mart stocks a wide variety of weird and wonderful Chinese products including dumpling skins, jellyfish and salty, dried beancurd.