TŌFU Part Two

Aug 3, 2020 | TSUDOI Project | 0 comments

TŌFU , Part Two

Join us on the TSUDOI Project group on Facebook,

Our project is about TŌFU. 

Try your hand at making fried tōfu and create your own ORIGINAL ABURA AGÉ dish. It can be a variation on traditional Japanese home-cooked fare, or a trendy pizza or kitsuné sando (foxy sandwich) where fried tōfu is used instead of bread (baguettes, stuffed pockets, or wraps or roll-ups…). Use your imagination – and whatever ingredients you have on hand in your pantry, refrigerator or garden.

 

Our projects include a video sideshow and recipe-and-reference files to enable members re-create the featured dishes in their own kitchens. Members of the Facebook group are invited to post one (or several) photos of their projects.

Looking forward to seeing what members are making in their kitchens…

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