Bean Sprouts With Tofu
This simple, easy to follow, short taking time-only more or less 15 minutes-, practical, homemade recipe of Bean Sprouts with Tofu will give a very healthy meal as its low carbohydrates not only for you but also all of the members in your family and Bean Sprouts with Tofu goes really well with everything and is also friendly to those who are vegan or vegetarian. Do try!!
WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT BEAN SPROUTS?
Bean Sprouts are also called “mung bean sprouts”. This vegetable is very healthy and they are easy to grow because you just need a container or a can and water to grow them. Like many other vegetables, Bean Sprouts are an excellent source of vitamins and minerals. Besides its low carbohydrates, Bean Sprouts are also cholesterol free. So, Bean Sprouts are really healthy for you.
Now that you know bean Sprouts give you many health benefits, you should also know that Bean Sprouts are usually used in many different kinds of Asian Cuisines from noodles, stir-fried meals to vegetarian food. Bean Sprouts with their crispy, refreshing texture are really appetizing.
Bean Sprouts with Tofu that you are going to have needs only several ingredients such as Bean Sprouts itself, tofu, garlic, soy sauce, scallion and salted fish. Just remember, when cooking Bean Sprouts in a hot large frying pan, you cook them fast and when the Bean Sprouts are a little bit flopped, they are done.
Try your best not to overcook the Bean Sprouts or you will make them floppy and lose its crispy texture.
HOW MANY CALORIES OF BEAN SPROUTS WITH TOFU PER SERVING?
Bean Sprouts with Tofu have only 104 calories per serving.
WHAT MEALS TO SERVE WITH BEAN SPROUTS WITH TOFU?
Bean Sprouts with Tofu are best served with steamed rice, porridge or fried rice. Some other meals such as Kung Pao Shrimp, Onion Scallion Beef, and Tomato Eggs can also be served together with Bean Sprouts with Tofu for more complete Chinese Food or for more complete weekday lunch or weeknight dinner.
One very delicious pair dish for Bean Sprouts with Tofu is Kung Pao Shrimp. Kung Pao Shrimp is a very popular Chinese Dish that will give you a different sensation the first time you try to cook it and enjoy it as a delightful meal for lunch or dinner.
Cooking Kung Pao Shrimp takes only 20 minutes of your precious time and you will get a very delicious meal as the end result. Let’s find out more about Kung Pao and Kung Pao Shrimp.
WHAT IS THEMEANING OF KUNG PAO?
Kung Pao is actually a typical Chinese food from Sichuan, a region in China. Kung Pao which means “the guard of the palace” is a very popular kind of dish that is easy to make just by stir frying and this meal is best served with hot sauce. You can make Kung Pao from chicken or shrimp. Both are equally delicious.
Having Kung Pao Shrimp especially will give you an unforgettable experience in enjoying the delightful combination of the delicious Kung Pao hot sauce and fresh shrimp. It’s so delicious that many Chinese Restaurants have a nickname “Kung Fu Shrimp” for this meal.
Kung Pao Shrimp has its special Kung Pao Sauce and fresh, delightful shrimp. Kun Pao sauce is so flavorful that people who already taste it especially after the sauce is mixed with the shrimp want to have it again and again. It is not that difficult to make the addictive Kung Pao Sauce.
Kung Pao Shrimp with its spicy sauce will really give you an unforgettable experience in cooking and later enjoying the palatable meal that you cook easily on your own.
COURSE : MAIN COURSE
CUISINE : ASIAN (CHINESE)
KEYWORD : BEAN SPROUTS RECIPE
PREP TIME : 5 MINUTES
COOK TIME : 10 MINUTES
TOTAL TIME : 15 MINUTES
SERVINGS : 2 PEOPLE
CALORIES : 104 CALORIES
- 8 oz of Bean Sprouts
- 1 piece of chopped into rectangle pieces of firm tofu
- Some cooking oil for pan-frying
- 1-2 cloves of minced garlic
- 1 tablespoon of cooking oil
- 1 tablespoon of soy sauce
- 1 stalk of chopped into 2-inch length of scallion
- The Bean Sprouts are cleaned up with cold running water. Dry them out and put them aside. The roots are removed if you want to.
- Prepare a large flat base frying pan. And then, the large flat base frying pan is heated up and some cooking oil is put into the large flat base frying pan for pan-frying the tofu. The tofu is pan-fried when the cooking oil is entirely heated. The tofu is pan-fried until the tofu become a little bit brown on the exterior. The tofu is removed to a dish lined with paper towels.
- More or less 1 tablespoon of cooking oil is left in the same large flat base frying pan. The garlic is stir-fried until you smell its nice aroma and the tofu is put back into the large flat base frying pan and they are quick-stirred for several times before the Bean sprouts are put into the large flat base frying pan.
- The soy sauce and scallions are put into the large flat base frying pan and all of them are quick-stirred for several times again. Dish them out. Now, your Homemade Bean Sprouts with Tofu are ready and you quickly serve your Bean Sprouts with Tofu.