Do you crave for Fried Chicken?
But you don't have chicken in your fridge?
Why don't you try.. fried tofu?
Tofu is a very popular diet food for the Japanese. But for us, Pinoys, Tofu or what we normally call, "TOKWA" is a cool ingredient that can be mixed/sauted with vegetables or some pork dishes. I love it when tokwa is mixed with pork and black beans, which is actually one of my favorite dishes. I would like to share a simple tofu dish that my sister made. It was so sumptuous, I can't help but have another round of rice! So, here is the simple "Breaded Tofu Crunch" recipe that you will surely enjoy too!
1. Beat the egg and slice the tofu into quartered cuts.
2. Dip tofu in flour
3. Dip tofu into beaten egg
4. Dip tofu into breading
5. Fry in a pan until golden brown
Now here's our Breaded Tofu Crunch!!! Enjoy!!!
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