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TychoCelchuuu
Jan 2, 2012

This space for Rent.

I was in the Hong Kong airport for a long layover and I ate at this place and got some pretty good tofu with mushrooms. That's not why I'm posting, though. I'm trying to clear out my pantry and use up a lot of my dried goods so I'm wondering if anyone has any good recipes for tofu bamboo/dried beancurd sticks/whatever. I only have a couple recipes I like to make so more variety would be nice.

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huhwhat
Apr 22, 2010


Dried beancurd sticks are good for soaking up flavors.

I personally like using them in red braised pork belly. Dried shiitake mushrooms, light soy sauce, and five spice (cinnamon, star anise etc.) turn them into flavor bombs.

paraquat
Nov 25, 2006

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Laocius posted:

Does anyone have any tips for cooking with mianjin?

Well, it's not a raw product, so you just need to warm it up...in a sauce or in a stir fry for example.

If you want to google for some recipe ideas, googling for seitan probably gives you more (varied) hits.

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