3-ingredient Homemade Tofu

About: Angela Chua-Jew is a Singaporean cookbook writer that currently resides in the UK. Angela believes that every meal is an opportunity to bond; and that every meal preparation is an opportunity to love, laugh ...

Intro: 3-ingredient Homemade Tofu

Why make tofu when you can buy it? That's because of the satisfaction you get out of making your own tofu with just 3 basic ingredients (no extra preservatives!). It is fresh, light and tasty!

You can use this homemade egg silken tofu as a side dish, main meal as well as in soups. My favourite dish is steamed tofu in egg omelet, topped with shredded cucumber and carrot, drizzled in prawn paste sauce (also known as Rojak sauce). I also use it for soups, sukiyaki, mapo tofu.

INGREDIENTS

  • 5 eggs
  • 0.5 tsp salt
  • 500ml unsweetened soy milk

Step 1: Prepare Tofu Mixture

Add salt to eggs cracked into a bowl and beat thoroughly. Add eggs mixture to soy milk and mix well.

Step 2: Prepare for Steaming

Sieve mixture into bowl lined with cling film and cover with cling film.

Step 3: Steam & Serve

Steam on medium heat for 10-15 minutes. Test whether tofu is fully cooked using a toothpick.

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    11 Discussions

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    fredtc

    1 year ago

    My wife loves this stuff. Whether it's tofu or not makes no difference to her. I wouldn't eat it if I were starving!

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    Normand Ragot

    2 years ago

    Tofu is the reconstituted protein from soybeans. Saying this is tofu is like grating cheese into eggs, steaming it and calling it cheddar.

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    JamesG119Normand Ragot

    Reply 2 years ago

    Thank you for that correction. I make my own tofu and this is certainly NOT tofu!

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    angelachuajewJamesG119

    Reply 2 years ago

    Hi there. This is egg silken tofu, which is one amongst the many types of tofu available. As the recipe is designed to be simple, the mixture is simply steamed to produce a result similar to what is often used in Asian cuisines. Hope this clarifies!

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    angelachuajewJamesG119

    Reply 2 years ago

    Hi there. This is egg silken tofu, which is one amongst the many types of tofu available. As the recipe is designed to be simple, the mixture is simply steamed to produce a result similar to what is often used in Asian cuisines. Hope this clarifies!

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    angelachuajew

    2 years ago

    Hi there. This is egg silken tofu, which is one amongst the many types of tofu available. As the recipe is designed to be simple, the mixture is simply steamed to produce a result similar to what is often used in Asian cuisines. Hope this clarifies!