Deep Fried Tofu Snacks

Three delicious varieties, you'll want to eat these whilst they're hot and fluffy!

Recipe By: Nanita (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/243)
Makes 48 Prep: 10 min Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Silky tofu 300g
Batter:
Flour 55g
Cornstarch 2 tbsp
Baking powder a little
Egg (large) 1
Salt 1/2 tsp
Water 25ml
Vegetable oil 2 tbsp
Vegetable oil for frying as required
Green laver as required
Pepper as required

Method

1
Drain the silky tofu then cut into 48 dice.
2
Mix the batter ingredients together in a bowl.
3
For the plain version: simply fry 16 pieces of tofu. Use two cocktail sticks to pick up and dip the tofu in the batter.
4
Gently place the tofu pieces in the hot oil (180C) then remove the cocktail sticks. Keep turning the tofu pieces over in the oil to get a golden finish.
5
Separate the remaining batter into two. Add plenty of green laver to one portion and lots of freshly ground pepper into the other.
6
Repeat the frying process with 16 pieces each. Enjoy!

Tips & Note

You can use firm tofu but the texture of the silky tofu is far nicer. Use a thin layer of batter if you can to really enjoy the tofu itself. You can try all sorts of other versions, such as matcha or curry powder.

Deep Fried Tofu Snacks

Three delicious varieties, you'll want to eat these whilst they're hot and fluffy!

Recipe By: Nanita (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/243)

Makes 48

Prep: 10 min

Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Silky tofu 300g
Batter:
Flour 55g
Cornstarch 2 tbsp
Baking powder a little
Egg (large) 1
Salt 1/2 tsp
Water 25ml
Vegetable oil 2 tbsp
Vegetable oil for frying as required
Green laver as required
Pepper as required

Deep Fried Tofu Snacks

Recipe ID :1327 Posted on 09 DEC 2015

Makes 48

Prep 10min
Cook 15min
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Three delicious varieties, you'll want to eat these whilst they're hot and fluffy!

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300g
55g
2 tbsp
a little
1
1/2 tsp
25ml
2 tbsp
as required
as required
as required

Method

Prep
10min
Cook
15min
1
Drain the silky tofu then cut into 48 dice.
2
Mix the batter ingredients together in a bowl.
3
For the plain version:simply fry 16 pieces of tofu. Use two cocktail sticks to pick up and dip the tofu in the batter.
4
Gently place the tofu pieces in the hot oil (180C) then remove the cocktail sticks. Keep turning the tofu pieces over in the oil to get a golden finish.
5
Separate the remaining batter into two. Add plenty of green laver to one portion and lots of freshly ground pepper into the other.
6
Repeat the frying process with 16 pieces each. Enjoy!

Tips & Note

You can use firm tofu but the texture of the silky tofu is far nicer. Use a thin layer of batter if you can to really enjoy the tofu itself. You can try all sorts of other versions, such as matcha or curry powder.

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