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Salted Egg Yolk Seafood Tofu ~ 咸蛋黄海鲜豆腐


During this MCO or Movement Control Order 'lock down' period, my friends and I have been sharing pictures of what we cook daily.   Well, we inspire each other and at least I picked up some tips on how to cook certain dishes which I had never thought of trying.  I was inspired by a friend who showed a picture of her 'Salted egg yolk Seafood Tofu'!  Since I have some seafood tofu stocked up, and since no deepfrying is required, I gave this a shot.  This dish is quick to prepare and very tasty.  I guess whatever is cooked with salted egg yolk is yummy and delicious.





Salted Egg Yolk Seafood Tofu  ~   咸蛋黄海鲜豆腐
Ingredients
10 pieces seafood tofu
1 salted egg yolk
1 tsp sugar
a drizzle of sesame oil
Curry leaves
Birdeye Chillies/Chilli Padi
Method
Steam the salted egg yolk for about 5 mins. Mash it
Pat dry the seafood tofu and lightly panfry.  Dish out
Add some oil into the pan and fry the mashed egg yolk
Toss in the curry leaves and chillies, add in sugar
Toss in the seafood tofu to mix with the egg yolk mixture
Fine tune to taste
Drizzle on some sesame oil
Dish out to serve


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