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STEAMED TOFU with Minced Pork

Imagine a plate adorned with pieces of tofu that are as soft as a whisper, as silky as a caress, and as jiggly as laughter. This is where exquisite meets everyday – a culinary masterpiece that balances delicate textures with rich flavors.

Nestled atop this tofu canvas is a symphony of taste – a savory, umami-rich dark sauce that weaves a tale of depth and satisfaction. The star of this show? Juicy, minced pork that dances harmoniously with every bite, while fresh spring onions add a touch of vibrancy to the dish.

But it's not just a dish; it's an experience that transcends the ordinary. The very essence of family gatherings and shared moments, it brings everyone together around a table filled with comfort and love.

In the hustle of life, simplicity shines. With minimal fuss and maximum flavor, this dish is an ally for those seeking solace in the kitchen. A quick and easy masterpiece, it caters to busy individuals yearning for a meal that's both gratifying and swift.

So, whether you're a culinary explorer or a time-strapped virtuoso, our Steamed Tofu with Minced Meat recipe invites you to savor each bite and create lasting memories. It's an ode to the delicate balance of textures and flavors, where tofu transforms into a canvas of delight, and a simple sauce becomes an orchestra of taste. Get ready to indulge in a dish that's as heartwarming as it is irresistible – a culinary journey that celebrates the unity of family, flavor, and the joy of sharing.


  1. 500g Firm or Medium Tofu

  2. 250g of Minced Pork

  3. 2tb of Dark Soy Sauce

  4. 1tb of Light Soy Sauce

  5. 1tb of Oyster Sauce

  6. 3 Cloves of Garlic

  7. 1tb of White Sugar

  8. 1 Whole Scallion


  1. Place your nice soft tofu onto a plate and let it steam for 6-8 minutes once done discard the built up water at the bottom of the plate.

  2. Whilst its steaming mince up 3 cloves of garlic and add it into a pan on medium high heat with a bit of oil.

  3. Add in your minced pork and fry with the garlic till cooked. Making sure to break up any large clumps that have formed.

  4. Add in 2tb of dark soy sauce (giving it that deep dark colour), 1 tb of light soy sauce, 1tb of oyster sauce and 1tb of sugar.

  5. Mix well and let it simmer on low heat.

  6. Pour the lovely pork mince mixture over your perfectly steamed tofu and top with some freshly cut scallion.

There you go simple quick and delicious soft silky tofu. Don't forget to jiggle the tofu before eating! Serve with some rice and enjoy Happy Cooking,

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