Spicy Yong Tau Foo / Sambal Yong Tau Foo. Yong tau foo is a Hakka Chinese cuisine consisting primarily of tofu filled with ground meat mixture or fish paste. Variation of this food include vegetables and mushrooms stuffed with ground meat or surimi. Yong tau foo is eaten in numerous ways, either dry with a sauce or served as a soup dish.

Spicy Yong Tau Foo / Sambal Yong Tau Foo Yong tau foo is to Singaporeans what salads are to ang mohs. It's a lunchtime favourite among office workers, providing a nutritious meal, with greens, protein and carbo all in one bowl. It's cheap too, and you can usually mix and match whatever ingredients you like. You can have Spicy Yong Tau Foo / Sambal Yong Tau Foo using 8 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook it.

Ingredients of Spicy Yong Tau Foo / Sambal Yong Tau Foo

  1. Prepare of STORE BOUGHT READY TO EAT YONG TAU FOO.
  2. It’s 10 of fried bean curd stuff with fish paste.
  3. Prepare 15 of fried fish ball.
  4. It’s 4 tbsp of spicy sauce ( sambal sauce)or any sambal oelek.
  5. It’s 2 slice of light soy sauce.
  6. Prepare 1 of sugar.
  7. Prepare 1 of lime juice.
  8. You need 20 of sugar snap pea.

Make it with any veg you like! The owner of Sydney's Sharon Kwan Kitchen shares her recipe for her mum's versatile Malaysian dish. In Singapore though, Yong tau foo is a dish which can be ordered with soup or with a gravy, with the flavour of the dish contributed by the variety of food items picked by the customer. The food items are pretty much considered healthy, as they are simply made up of a variety of tofu, fish paste, meatball.

Spicy Yong Tau Foo / Sambal Yong Tau Foo instructions

  1. Bring a pot of water to a boil then add in some salt and sugar snap pea and simmer for a minutes then drain and set aside.
  2. In pan with oil saute shallot or onion then add in the ready to eat store bought fried beancurd and fish ball together with the sugar snap pea.
  3. Add lime juice and Stir fry to mix well then off heat and serve.
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Learn how to make Hakka yong tau foo from scratch and can be served two ways: with soup or dry version with easy sweet bean sauce. Opening hours:- Open Monday to Friday. Closed on Saturday, Sunday & public hoildays. Yong Tau Foo, a traditional Hakka Chinese dish, can be eaten dry with a sweet sauce or as a soup dish. Customers are usually attracted by the colourful and mouthwatering display of ingredients lined up or stacked up in rows at the front of a yong tau foo stall.