Humble Japanese, trying to de-mystify Singapore cuisine and food culture. This is not a restaurant / stall rating blog.
Yong Tau Foo 醸豆腐
I've tasted many variations of Yong Tau Foo before so I decided to replicate the one I ate at Ghim Moh Road Market and Cooked Food Centre, The Hakka Yong Tau Foo Home Recipe Stall. The soup there was nice and flavorful with fried garlic and chopped cilantro. The chilli sauce was a mixture of hoisin sauce and regurlar chilli sauce. This is a great comfort food very similar to Japanese "oden" where vegetables, tofu, fish pastes are simmered in dashi broth. Yong Tau Foo is also great to prepare with kids, stuffing fish pastes in all kinds of vegetables. I'd do the same when my kid gets older....
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